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Planetary Win
The somewhat fragile, foiling and fast IMOCA 60s have just finished The Ocean Race around the world, with 11th Hour Racing declared the winner.
Yes Please!
The weather gods are celebrating the arrival of the newest 'Latitude 38' — the July issue. Yes, folks, it is out today and on its way to your favorite distributor, or if you're a subscriber, to your mailbox, as we write.
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Singlehanded Transpacific Yacht Race
On Sunday, June 25, 17 singlehanded sailors pointed their bows out the Golden Gate with their final destination a virtual finish line in Hanalei Bay on the north shore of Kauai.
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The race is the fastest growing race in the San Francisco Bay because it is fun, fast, and because it starts and ends with great parties.
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The race is the fastest growing race in the San Francisco Bay because it is fun, fast, and because it starts and ends with great parties.
Good Question
There is nothing more fun to do in the world the first two weeks of November than a Ha-Ha. But if you want to be absolutely sure you are going to be able to do a Ha-Ha, this is the year to do it.
From the Magazine
Bay Area sailor Andy Schwenk gives us a great preview of this year's upcoming Transpac Race, along with some insights of life aboard, mid-race.
The World Famous L38
What happens on the water, stays on the water? Add your caption to this month's 'Caption Contest(!)'.
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Our team is ready to help you start on your new boating adventures — Sell, buy, or service your boat with Naos Yachts San Francisco Bay.
We're Asking You
Like it or not, Starlink has found its way into the cruising world with arguments for and against. Which side of the dock are you on?
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