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The World Famous L38
While it could be a recent occurrence, given January's wild weather, no boats known to us were harmed in the taking of this photo.
The Coast Isn't Clear
Brock de Lappe writes about how the Oakland waterfront is once again falling prey to lack of oversight and attention from the city and the port.
Who's Problem Anyway?
Flares are something you are required to buy and keep safely aboard your vessel. They expire in 42 months after date of manufacture. Since you own them it is your responsibility to dispose of the dangerous, toxic product. Why is it your problem?
Sailors' Stories
Hans is a world champion sailor who has raced 29ers, 49ers, the International Moth, and hydrofoiling F50s. He competes for the US Sailing Team, is the starting flight controller for the US SailGP Team, and is literally a rocket scientist.
Get Your Hands on a Copy
From life-changing moments to love affairs to racing, and everything in between, we bring you the February issue, packed full of salty goodness.
What's Ahead for West Coast Regattas
San Francisco Bay Area, Southern California, Midwinters North and South, Behind the PHRF Curtain
Racing Down the Atlantic
The fleet of five foiling IMOCA 60s participating in The Ocean Race are docking out and preparing to begin the second of seven legs in their race around the world.
Southbound Sailors
Later this month, Latitude 38 editor-at-large, Andy Turpin will be hosting Pacific Puddle Jump seminars in Mexico and Panama for those who are moving from dreaming to doing the passage south.
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