Tahoe sailors may need to be extra patient this year.   © 2017 Bryce Griffith You’ll likely have to wait just a bit longer to sail Lake Tahoe this year, as the region has received more than 50 feet of snowfall.
Newport Harbor Yacht Club’s 800-mile Newport to Cabo Race was first run in 1971 and has sailed down the coast to the sunny climes of southern Baja in most odd-numbered years ever since.
Many Bay Area sailors will recognize Tucker Thompson as the announcer for Rolex Big Boat Series video produced by T2PTV.
The Corbin family from San Diego are obviously dead serious about the prospect of crossing such a big patch of open ocean.
Ever wonder if your charts are old, outdated or missing new information? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) published a National Charting Plan last week outlining the agency’s efforts to modernize its entire catalog of nautical charts in the coming years.
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BAMA’s Doublehanded Races provide incremental challenges and requirements to explore doublehanded ocean racing.
This is the daylight view of what the Wanderer and Doña de Mallorca came across when returning to ‘ti Profligate last night.
Two Californians traveled to the New York Yacht Club to pick up their reward and recognition for receiving the prestigious US Sailing Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year awards.
March is a transition month for sailing. As many Midwinter Series wrap up, some spring classics lead us into Daylight Saving Time (March 12) and the vernal equinox (March 20).
Here is one terrific photo of a cruising boat. El Gato
©Latitude 38 Media, LLC Our nomination for the Best Cruising Boat Photo so far this year goes to Eric Witt and Annie Gardner’s San Diego-based (but never been there) Catana 47 El Gato, which they bought in France a few years back.
We think you’ll find the content of our March issue to be as colorful as its cover (shot during the recent 3B Fiasco).
Hal Fauth’s 72-ft Bella Mente, on the way to honors and a near record in sail changes, in the Caribbean 600.
After 10 straight days of rain, Kerry, Shirley (pictured here), Ruthie and Terena took the 42-ft one-off cutter Cetacea out to soak up some sunshine.
Conrad Colman finished the Vendée Globe today under jury rig with two biscuits to spare.
"Yes!" reads the encouraging word on Conrad Colman’s ‘main’. © Conrad Colman Dismasted on Friday, February 10, off the coast of Portugal with more than 700 miles to go to finish the solo nonstop Vendée Globe in Les Sables d’Olonne, France, Kiwi-American Conrad Colman set up a jury rig and vowed to finish the 27,440-mile race around the planet.
For the third year in a row, Lloyd Thornburg’s St. Barth/Santa Fe/Newport Beach-based MOD70 trimaran Phaedo3 has taken elapsed-time honors in the grueling RORC Caribbean 600 race.
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BAMA’s Doublehanded Races provide incremental challenges and requirements to explore doublehanded ocean racing.
Recovery efforts for an Etchells oopsy. © Jillian Humphreys This Jimmy Warfield Etchells, owned by two board members of Stockton Sailing Club, looks as if it was knocked over in one of the storms that have been pummeling California, but actually what happened is that someone drove off with the hoist still attached to the boat’s lifting harness.