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Yacht Racing on San Francisco Bay
Weekend #4 of the Berkeley Yacht Club Midwinters was as good as winter racing on San Francisco Bay gets — but it did not start out that way.
Start 'em Young
You just can't start sailing too young.
Rules Matter, But ...
Maybe my club's race chair thought that my age and demeanor would give the appearance of wisdom and integrity — but it would only be appearance.
Part One
When we started reporting on the latest developments on Richardson Bay in August 2021, we were compelled to compare the Bay Area's protracted conflict over anchor-outs to the then-ending war in Afghanistan: A decades-long intervention into a historically ungovernable region was coming to a conclusion, and in some ways, we seemed to end exactly where we'd started.
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.