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Sausalito Yacht Harbor and Pelican Yacht Harbor, as seen from the air. L
©Latitude 38 Media, LLC ‘Location, location, location’ is the mantra of the real estate business.
Back in 2009, a routine hydrographic survey by NOAA revealed a wreck on the ocean floor only a few miles from Southeast Farallon Island.
You’d have to look long and hard to find a more dramatic backdrop for sailing than San Francisco’s Central Bay — not to mention its consistently strong winds.
If you’re planning to sail to the sunny latitudes of Mexico this fall, you’ll be relieved to know that Tropical Storm Javier did relatively little damage to Cabo San Lucas when it passed through yesterday.
Women teach women how to sail at Island Yacht Club’s annual Northern California Women’s Sailing Seminar, the slogan of which is ‘Capture the Power’.
With Angel Island in the background, the Schock 40 Secret Squirrel (dark hull) and Farr 40 Bright Hour approach the Elephant Rock turning mark in Friday evening’s Corinthian YC beer can race.
Potato Slough is an anchorage popular with cruisers of the California Delta, and puttering around in a sailing dinghy is a popular way to pass a hot, sunny afternoon.
As if professional maritime jobs weren’t already in short supply, this summer attendees at an international shipping conference in Amsterdam were introduced to the very real possibility that a new breed of unmanned ‘drone’ cargo ships will be operational before the end of the decade.
470 racing on the Copacabana course during the 2014 Test Event. © ISAF If you’re looking forward to watching Olympic sailing on TV, we now have a little more info for you.
No matter how you feel about having a few beers while boating, we think you’ll agree that the video below takes a very creative approach to that topic.
A rainbow ends on one of Anegada’s pristine, white-sand beaches — an appropriate metaphor for one man’s estimation of the island’s financial potential.
Led by victor LMAX Exchange, skippered by Frenchman Olivier Cardin, the Clipper Race fleet parades under the Tower Bridge to arrive home in London after completing its circuitous loop of the planet.
Sugarloaf Mountain towers majestically above Guanabara Bay, site of this month’s Olympic sailing.
Because some Pacific Cup entries were still finishing last week as we went to press with the August issue of Latitude 38, it was a high-stress scramble for us to put together the race overview that appears within the magazine.
With the Pacific Cup, Singlehanded TransPac and Vic-Maui races all going on at the same time, the focus of ‘Lectronic has been acutely focused on offshore racing lately.
On the August cover, the super-maxi Rio100 blasts toward the Pac Cup finish at Kaneohe, Oahu, shaving nearly three days off the previous benchmark.
Seen here smokin’ across the Atlantic in a near-perfect weather window, Comanche has earned another prestigious spot in the record books.
San Francisco Bay Area sailors have been thrilled by more than our fair share of humpback whale sightings this year, but Julia Smith, Marianne Armand and Debbie Fehr had a close cetacean encounter of another kind on July 23.
Skies were stormy and the troughs were deep over the weekend, as Rufus Sjoberg’s Melges 32 Rufless sailed to the finish line.
The 23 finishers of the Singlehanded Sailing Society’s Singlehanded TransPac gathered at Nawiliwili Yacht Club for their awards party on Saturday, July 23.
Rule, Britannia! Team Land Rover BAR celebrates their win in the latest Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series event.