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Sailing for Your Ears
Hear Mike talk about how to find the type of sailing you truly enjoy, what’s special about the 5O5 and whether winning championships ever gets old.
Wings, Waszps and SailGP
First foiling America's Cup boats, then foiling kiteboards, then foiling windsurfers, and now more, from Wingfoilers to foiling Waszps to foiling 50-ft catamarans.
Grounded
The 173-ft megayacht 'VIXIT' has run aground on rocks approximately five miles southeast of Puerto Escondido, near the fishing village of Ligüí.
Port of Los Angeles Harbor Trophy
Cal Maritime logged the first bullet in the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup-California Maritime Academy Invitational Intercollegiate Regatta.
Pacific Coast Yachting Association Award
Dick Loomis, aka Mr. Fun, has won a posthumous award from the Pacific Coast Yachting Association for his amazing ability to bring people together to have fun on and around the water.
Sailing for Your Ears
Ron Geiger has lived on sailboats for over 25 years. He grew up visiting the cove that bears his family name and has since traveled over 50,000 nautical miles.
A New Kind of Post-it Note
Signing up on the crew list may just change your life. Printing and posting our QR code Crew List flyer may just change someone else's life.
2021 US Sailing Rolex Yachtsman/woman
Nicole Breault of San Francisco and Daniela Moroz of Lafayette are two of the three finalists for US Sailing’s 2021 Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year award.
Considerations for the Baja Bash
Baja California is notorious for strong northwesterly winds, making northbound transits to the US challenging in the spring.
Sponsored Post
Registrations are open now! The challenge is to maintain speed through the shadow of Angel Island, find the best combination of wind and current past the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge and East Brother Light Station, and then avoid the mud shoals on the east side of San Pablo Bay.
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.
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