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The World Famous L38
Here's an unusual picture for this month's Caption Contest(!). Hopefully this hasn't happened to you!
Sailing in Winning Company
John Clauser from Walnut Creek, known locally as an avid sailor aboard his 1D48 'Bodacious+,' has won a Nobel Prize for his work and experiments as a physicist.
A Month's Worth of Great Reads
Along with all the best in sailing stories, this month we're giving readers the chance to win one of five Spracht BoneHead Sport headsets to celebrate the one-year anniversary of 'Good Jibes!'
Commentary
The United States spends more than 10% of its federal budget, and nearly half of its discretionary spending, on the military, and one of the apparent benefits of this staggering investment is the humanitarian component.
Get In on the Action
There are a lot of racing-miles behind all the great stories told by the racers featured in the past year of Good Jibes. We look forward to more racing and racing guests in 2023.
Wild Life and Human Life Collide
Ah, the majestic sea lion, nature's lethargic, barking pile of blubber, who — like a pack of sun-starved, snowbird tourists — can turn docks into lounge chairs and laze in the sun for hours. Sure, this might be an unflattering description of one of God's creatures (both sea lions and tourists), but there's no doubt that pinnipeds and sailors' habitats have a tendency to overlap. How close is too close?
Now You See It Now You Don't
Navigation can be challenging enough without malevolent hackers disrupting the systems we rely on. AIS positions are now being faked by ships and fishing fleets trying to cover their tracks.
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