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It was a do-good, feel-good, sail-good kind of day. San Francisco Yacht Club’s 12th annual Pacific Union Leukemia Cup Regatta made for a stunning day on the water, as well as another stunning result on the fundraising mission. 
What would you do if you wanted to amp up the drama surrounding the America’s Cup?
There are lots of treasures scattered among our monthly Classy Classifieds. As you look through the boats, you find each has a story and heritage, as well as a future waiting to happen.
When Rimas Meleshyus didn’t show up anywhere in the South Pacific after he departed Hawaii in June, we feared the worst.
We’re receiving reports that after years of searching — and indeed, after years of wasting away — Jimmy Buffett has apparently located his lost shaker of salt, which is rumored to be in San Francisco.
After taking a fall from a ladder in a British Columbia boatyard, Jeanne Socrates has postponed her attempt at becoming the oldest person to singlehand around the world until next year. 
Long one of our favorite racing series out there, the Extreme Sailing Series will bring eight teams to sunny Southern California to contest the penultimate round of their 2017 championship in a weekend that promises to provide plenty of action and a few surprises.
That’s Amoore. Joy Dahlgren’s Moore 24 hailing from Royal Victoria YC prepares to hoist the spinnaker.
You never know. Remember years ago how cool it was when you bought a box of Cap’n Crunch and you’d reach in to find a plastic dinosaur or a fake tattoo?
Originally from the eastern Sierra, Peter Whitney has been a friend of Latitude’s since he was aboard the Freeport 41 ketch Country Gentleman for the boat-destroying Cabo storm of 1982.
In Wednesday’s ‘Lectronic Latitude, we previewed Tiburon Yacht Club’s Joan Storer Regatta, scheduled for tomorrow, October 14.
If you’re looking for a good wooden boat restoration project — along the lines of Endeavour,  Chubasco, Dorade or Santana — the boat in the photo could be the one for you.
The Board of Directors of the Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) is expected to vote today on several resolutions that move forward with plans to dramatically expand Clipper Cove Marina.
The fall sailing season in the San Francisco Bay Area brings us a flurry of female-friendly regattas, starting this Saturday.
In a recent statement regarding the 36th America’s Cup protocol, Artemis Racing said the following: "The most important consideration for our team is the need for a cutting-edge boat design, one that results in speeds that are as fast or faster than in the last America’s Cup held in Bermuda."
In these divided times, there is a universal truth that we can all agree on: The Blue Angels are way cool (and the pilots have probably the best job in the world). We
US Sailing is accepting nominations for 2017 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year through November 30.
This past Friday, Hannah Arndt and Olivia Williams, Bay Area natives and recently graduated vagabonds currently in search of cheap thrills on the island of Oahu, poked their heads around the Hawaii Yacht Club as racers started to prepare for the weekly Beer Can race.
As of last week, there was still no power, no Internet and limited phone service throughout the Caribbean, so accurate reporting of September’s devastating hurricanes — storms that already seem like they hit months ago — remains difficult.
Isla Isabella is a beautiful offshore nature reserve on the way from Cabo or Mazatlan to Banderas Bay and Puerto Vallarta.
Don Jesberg’s Viva takes a wave. Andrea Cabito, Bill Hardesty and Robbie Dean joined Jesberg on the SFYC-based boat, which placed seventh in the Worlds.
After Jim Stitt picked up his monthly issue of Latitude 38 at Grand Marina in Alameda, he realized it was his lucky day.
We presume that if you’re reading this, you’re a sailor. Or at least you’re a sailing fan, groupie, connoisseur, devotee, etc.