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Columbia River Classic Flipped
Hood River Yacht Club's Double Damned Race attracted sailors from all up and down the West Coast to race on the Columbia River on August 6.
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Celebration of Life
Gordon Chamberlain Nash, a great San Francisco Bay sailor, died a day after celebrating his 95th birthday, on May 15.
Have You Been Caught in the Act?
Just browsing? Some have been caught in the act, and it's sent them down a new path. There's lots more to browse in the photos in the back of the magazine.
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Global Solo Challenge
"In October of 2023, I will be setting sail in the inaugural edition of the Global Solo Challenge race from Spain back to Spain."
From the Magazine
As a new development on Treasure Island blossoms into a new 8,000-home neighborhood smack in the middle of the Bay, local governments are bracing for the corresponding surge in traffic, and are looking for ways to curb congestion.
Yacht Racing in the San Juans
Blue skies, sunshine and predictions of winds of 8-10 knots had racers smiling in anticipation of a perfect day for the 50th annual Shaw Island Classic.
A Late Night Adventure
Marga Pretorius found herself surrounded by a squall while anchored in Salsipuedes, Mexico, and came dangerously close to the nearby rocks.
World Famous L38
It's August's Caption Contest(!) time! This month we have a photo that we found on the Columbia 5.5 Sailboats Facebook page.
Its More Than Sailing
Join in, make friends, sail south, and get a burgee and a cruising guide. All good reasons to aim toward the ultimate reward of cruising Mexico.
Wing Sailors and Windsurfers
On a really dark Friday afternoon, the St. Francis Yacht Club hosted wing foilers and windsurfers for some course racing.
Mountain High Ha-Ha
Who said you can only Ha-Ha by the sea? Chris Maher took his 2022 Baja Ha-Ha burgee in the other direction, 14,505 feet up to the top of Mount Whitney.