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Thrills, Spills and a Wayward Whale
SailGP showcased its Season 2 finale and race for a million dollars in front of thousands of enthusiastic sailing fans who lined the shore from Crissy Field to the Golden Gate Yacht Club.
One of the Oldest Regattas on the Bay
This year's Great Vallejo Race promises to be bigger than in years past due to going back to its pre-pandemic normal dates of April 30-May 1 …
Answers Don't Always Come Easy
Readers of our story on 'VIXIT' last week wanted to know who owns the megayacht, and if she's still grounded. We searched hard for answers.
FOILING ON THE BAY THAT STARTED IT ALL
The world of high-speed foiling returns to San Francisco Bay this weekend with the SailGP — Mubadala United States Sail Grand Prix San Francisco.
That Was Nothing Compared To ...
Last week's powerboater rampage in Newport Beach left a path of destruction, but it still pales in comparison to one we wrote about back in 1984.
DOUG PETERSON SERENDIPITY 43
Ronnie Simpson finds another Doug Peterson design to add to the series of boats he's restored and sailed.
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.