Snafu after the start of the Spinnaker Cup on Saturday. Steve McCarthy sailed with owner Karl Robrock in that section of the California Offshore Race Week.
In other, (and decidedly happier) Moore 24 news . . . When we last reported on Webb Chiles — the 75-year-old solo circumnavigator going for his sixth lap around the planet, this time in a Moore 24 — he’d left Durban, South Africa, made a pit stop on St.
When you pick up your June issue of Latitude 38, out tomorrow, be sure to check our Calendar for an overabundance of intriguing events, including the following regattas: The lake circuit will really ramp up in June, starting with Gold Country Yacht Club’s Go for the Gold on Scotts Flat Lake outside Nevada City this weekend.
With the Louis Vuitton Cup scheduled to kick off today — but postponed due to high winds — we thought we’d feature a Flashback Friday to 2013, as brought to us by Christine Smith.
With an extra day to frolic this weekend, we hope you’ll get your boat out or hop aboard someone else’s at some point over the next three days — you could even start your weekend early with a Friday night beer can race or sunset cruise.
A TP52 start at the 2017 Key West Race Week, which has offered tropical sailing underon turquoise water since 1988 for boats large… © 2017 …and small.
A day sailing the Bay is more than enough reason to smile. latitude/John
©Latitude 38 Media, LLC Long summer sailing days mean that San Francisco Bay is dotted with numerous boats shaking off the winter rains.
Where do you go to find an ice-cold, locally brewed IPA, a hot, delicious meal or a fine bottle of wine within a short walk from a dock or anchorage?
On May 12, a Marin County kiteboarder was killed at Robert Crown State Beach in Alameda after a gust of wind picked him up and hurled him onto land, according to the East Bay Times.
With the sailing world turning its focus to the America’s Cup in Bermuda, racing yachts have begun their annual pilgrimage to the remote Atlantic island.
Paul Kaplan and grandson Will Deuyour check out Sprite’s spiffy transom paint. Sprite
©Latitude 38 Media, LLC Last fall Scott Lamson tore a Classy Classified ad out of Latitude 38 and said to Paul Kaplan, "Here’s a Cal 20.
This Saturday, Call of the Sea is hosting a shipyard sale to benefit the continued construction of the 100-ft brigantine Matthew Turner.
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Less than two years after the maxi-trimaran Lending Club 2 shocked the world with a 3-day,18-hour record run to Hawaii, that record has fallen.
Did you realize that Capistrano Beach in Pillar Point Harbor at the north corner of Half Moon Bay has been one of the most polluted beaches in California for more than 30 years?
Don’t Panic looks relaxed enough heading to weather in the 80° air and water of the BVI. 
You want exciting racing people can relate to? The Wanderer suggests big boats such as the 180-ft schooner Elena of London, built to a design from 1910, with lots of sails, lots of crew, and endless brightwork. 
The Atlantic 57 Leopard was found off North Carolina five months after she flipped. © 2017 Cruisers Forum Leopard, the Atlantic 57 catamaran that flipped 400 miles north of the Dominican Republic on the evening of November 15 while on a passage from Annapolis to St.
Looking at any collection of aging sailboats tarnished by years of sailing, sun and salt, it would be easy to be dismayed by their loss from active sailing fleets.
As the fog rolls in on San Francisco Bay and the City’s temperature varies from a low of 55° to a high of 58°, we’re looking forward with eager anticipation to the toasty-warm Delta cruising season.
The most famous of all West Coast sailing races, the Transpac, is less than two months away.
Mel Ellison sent this shot with a note, "I managed to snap a photo of a humpback whale coming under the Golden Gate Bridge yesterday and thought your readers might be interested.
The crew of Daniel Thielman’s Melges 32 Kuai, seen here at the start, told us that they’d won PHRF overall in Saturday’s Great Vallejo Race, aka the YRA Season Opener.
Malcolm Leth of the Jeanneau 39 Dancia from Brisbane, Australia, is getting ready to join the Pacific Puddle Jump currently underway from the West Coast.
The New York Times recently reported that as ice continues to subside in the Arctic, cargo companies are considering using the Northwest Passage, "potentially a faster, more direct route between Asia and ports in Europe and eastern North America," according to the Times — as a regular shipping route in the next few decades.