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Read of the Week: 'The Long Way'
Just to be clear, my telling you about my favorite sailing book — yet again — is an attempt to get you to tell us about your favorite sailing book. Can you say why it's your favorite? Can you say how it "made you" the sailor that you are?
A Sweet Day on the Bay
When there's breeze, the winter remains one of the best times to sail in California. There was just enough this weekend to make Blue Friday or any day a good day to be on the Bay.
From the Magazine
South Beach YC hosts the, women-only-crewed Red Bra Regatta with action in the southern portion of San Francisco Bay.
Mexico Magic
The magic of sailing to and in Mexico never disappoints. Photos from the fleet give a taste of the fine fishing, dining and sailing along the coast of Baja.
Solo Transatlantic Race
The first two finishers have arrived in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe, in the 12th edition of the prestigious Route du Rhum singlehanded Transatlantic race.
Good Reads from the L38 Book Store
Jack London sailed the Bay in the late 1800s as part of the local Fish Patrol with a mission of preventing overfishing. Despite these early, failed attempts to save the vibrant ecosystem, the tide appears to be slowly turning as some species return.
New!
From fiction to nonfiction, classics to underground favorites, history and how-to's, navigating and maintenance, racing and cruising, triumph, tragedy and the joys of cruising, there is something for every sailor and every season.
The World Famous L38
Ouch! Here's this month's Caption Contest(!). No need for us to say anything; the comments will say it all.
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