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What Would You Do?
How much is too much?At what point do wealth and the trappings of success become excessive, extravagant and extreme?
Sailing for Your Ears
Margie is a lifelong sailor, a Singlehanded Transpacific racer, and an ASA instructor who is passionate about supporting women in following their sailing dreams.
The World Famous L38
And now for something a little different … Welcome to February's Caption Contest(!).
CRUISE READY IN MEXICO
What a perfect day to be thinking about your beloved! We're talking about your beloved sailboat, of course. Tomorrow is the deadline for the March Classifieds.
Sharing Sailors' Stories
This week, Nicki Bennett chats with Mike Parlacoski — a Navy veteran who embraces the mission of ikigai and strives to make an impact on the communities around him.
A Different Style of Sail Configuration
Jay Whitlan converted his sloop into 'Sqoop' — a square-rigged vessel for running downwind, and a fore-and-aft-rigged sloop for sailing upwind.
Barra de Navidad Cruise-In Week
Several kids and a couple of grownups got an early start on the Barra de Navidad Cruise-In Week Sunday morning.
From the Magazine
In February's 'Latitude 38,' Bay Area sailor Dave Russell shares the story of how the 'Wanderer' crew helped rescue eight souls who had escaped a burning boat.
From Beginner to Professional
Our Golden Ticket winners have interesting sailing stories: Larry started out on OPBs, and four years later attained his OUPV/Six-pack Captain's License.
Get Your Hands on a Copy
'Latitude 38's February issue has stacks of great stories, photos and commentary to give you several fun, interesting and inspiring hours' worth of reading.
Driver Wanted
Be the person that everyone loves to see each month! Deliver 'Latitude 38' magazines to our Bay Area distributors on the first of the month, then, go sailing for the next 29-30 days!
A Worthy Recipient
Double-amputee sailor Dustin Reynolds has received the Ocean Cruising Club's premier award, the OCC Barton Cup — an award that salutes an exceptional or challenging voyage or series of voyages.
A Sail Through the Ages and the Pages
Longtime 'Latitude 38' readers might remember reading stories about 'Eros,' a 115-ft schooner that spent a couple of decades in the Bay Area. Have you ever wondered where 'Eros' is now?