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Finding Feathered Sneakaboards
Have your sailing plans ever been stalled because of a bird? That's exactly what happened to two Sausalito sailors.
A Post About the Post
This booklet is not only for first-time Ha-Ha participants. You'll find a wealth of updated information, tips, and helpful advice from the rally's sponsors and hosts, all the way from San Francisco to La Paz.
Recovering a Grounded Sailboat
On July 4 it appeared that S/V Aequus was a lost ship. But later that week she was recovered by a crew from TowBoatUs Ventura & Channel Islands.
GREEN IS NICE
As much of the sailing world continues its drive toward a more sustainable future, SailGP has made a huge commitment to rebalancing the equation.
Just as it was Forty Years Ago
People have been cruising the Delta for longer than 'Latitude' has been around, and In many ways, nothing much has changed.
Sponsored Post
The perfect sailor's job: 29 days off every month! This is a one-day-per-month position to deliver 'Latitude 38' magazines to our San Francisco/Peninsula route.
Celebrating on the Water
Sunday is the 4th of July. Some regions are hosting celebrations and fireworks, while others are keeping it simple.
Sponsored Post
The perfect sailor's job: 29 days off every month! This is a one-day-per-month position to deliver 'Latitude 38' magazines to our San Francisco/Peninsula route.
How Sunscreen Affects the Planet
June 8 was World Oceans Day, and across this month we've been searching for stories that focus on the health and restoration or protection of our oceans. We've covered plastic pollution, but what about sunscreen pollution?
Embracing the changes
When doing the Baja Ha-Ha, it's good to remember the observation of the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus, who said, "You cannot step into the same river twice …"
Oh The Places Speed Can Take You
"I love it when it is really gusty and the waves are really gnarly. There is nothing like kiting off Crissy Field and flying under the Golden Gate Bridge ..."