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A Bad End to a Bad Situation
After breaking free from a mooring and drifting onto the rocks in a marine reserve in Maui more than two weeks ago, a nearly 100-ft motor yacht was finally extracted from shore by a salvage team, but sank a short time later in open water. 
World Famous L38
This month we share a photo of Angela Goodwin getting ready to round the leeward mark on the Cal 20 'Greyhound,' in front of a pinniped-audience.
Sailing Women's History
No history of women in sailing is complete without the story of 19-year-old Mary Patten, who captained a 216-ft clipper from somewhere near Cape Horn to San Francisco in 1856.
From the Magazine
Crosby's connection to the sea and sailing often appeared in his music, but his actual sailing life, while tightly woven and well known along the coast of California, was less well known to his worldwide fan base.
Have You Ever Found Your Dinghy?
What do you do when your dinghy goes missing overnight, and hasn't been found before you're due to leave and fly back to the US?
Sailing Oceans Again
The Pacific is calling. More cruisers are signed up with the Pacific Puddle Jump to follow the first few who have already "jumped off" from the Pacific Coast.
Sailors' Stories
Nicole started sailing with her family at age 2, won All-American honors sailing for Yale, and is the first woman to be named St. Francis Yacht Club's Jerome B. White Yachtsman of the Year.
Part 1
Rumors of restricted access for boats at Clipper Cove Beach appear to be just that, though sailors should expect to see designated boating and swimming zones in the next few years, as one of several compromises that attempt to balance development with public access.
We Go Where the Wind Blows
As we march into spring and spring into daylight saving this month, we're sharing a variety of sailing stories from close to home and across oceans and time.
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From the Magazine
"I thought she was kidding — until, that is, her eyes narrowed and a chill went through me, and I'm telling you, she had a voice I'd never heard before. 'Get this boat!' she said."
From the Magazine
In the February issue of Latitude 38, Max Ebb explores the weight of a traditional anchor rode versus a carbon fibre boat.