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Women the world over have overcome many obstacles to be recognized as champions in their chosen sport. We celebrate them all on Women's Equality Day.
From the Magazine
'Latitude 38's Heather Breaux spent some time with the San Francisco Sea Scouts to learn about their programs and the unique young people who participate.
Swiftsure Yachts offers exceptional service, quality brokerage boats and new yachts for world cruising.
Sailing the Estuary
Some observations from a pleasant cruise down the Oakland Estuary.
The Bay Area's 'Matthew Turner' gets full coverage in 'WoodenBoat' magazine with an in-depth look at the history, inspiration and construction of Alan Olson's vision for a Bay Area educational tall ship.
Sailor and 30-ft white sloop, 'Bianca,' missing on San Francisco Bay since August 18.
Sign up for San Francisco Boatworks' one-day marine training classes.
Over the past few weeks, several boats have been stolen out of Alameda marinas on almost a daily basis, often in broad daylight, and sometimes with the stolen property immediately visible from across the Oakland Estuary.
The Sounds of Sailing
Tune in as this week’s host, Ryan Foland, reads three articles from the August issue of 'Latitude 38' Sailing Magazine.
Enjoy up to 3 weeks sailing on your own yacht per year, plus 2 weeks reciprocal yacht use on a sister ship from any Dream Yacht base worldwide!
The Good Vibes Will Continue
State authorities have terminated the Vallarta Yacht Club's lease after 21 years at Paradise Village Marina, two years ahead of time.
Where the Wind Blows
Tracking and preparing for the weather is every sailor's concern. How did the two primary weather-models compare during Hurricane Hilary?
It's happening on Thursday, September 7. Get your tickets for the Fall Crew List Party, now!
Historic Storm Comes and Goes
As the remnants of the first tropical storm to hit Southern California in 84 years now evaporate over northern Nevada, people are trying to assess the damage done from the heavy rainfall and flooding from Hilary.
The Oakland Waterfront
Two meetings of importance to sailors and boaters on the Oakland Estuary will be held this Wednesday, August 23.
Book your bottom job with KKMI before August 31 for 40% off your second coat of paint!
Lifting All Boats
Lahaina Yacht Club is grateful for the messages of support and offers of help after losing its facility in the fire two weeks ago. They share a message to all their West Coast friends.
Thats's What Parties Are For
Are you looking for crew, or looking for a boat to sail aboard? We've got you covered. The Crew List Party is the ideal place to meet other sailors looking to connect on sailing and sailboats.
Sign up now for the 26-mile Jazz Cup race from S.F. to Benicia. Pre-party Sept. 1 and racing on Sept. 2.
South Pacific Pause
After four months, the Catalina 470 'Lucky Dog' finally has a new rudder. They built it from scratch.
Batten Down the Hatches
The current course of Hurricane Hilary is threatening much of the west coast of Baja with rain and wind impacts to be felt all the way up to Southern California harbors and coastline.
We'll be there, with new boats!
Take a Look in the Mirror
When it comes to one's favorite go-to onboard boat tool, the answers will vary. Here's a vote for the humble mirror.
Create Your Own
The International Ocean Film Foundation (IOFF) is now calling for submissions for next year's 21st film festival. We would love to see a couple of sailing-related films on the program.
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Just Do It
While looking back at the first ever Baja Ha-Ha, the Poobah is persisting with the idea that this may be the last-ever.
In 2005, Bruce became the first American in history to officially finish the Vendée Globe race. Hear his stories and tips as he chats with host Moe Roddy.
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Encinal Yacht Club held their doublehanded women's skipper race, the Gracie & George, on Sunday, August 13.
Encore and Exit
Red tide, an algae bloom that last year killed thousands of fish in the Bay Area, briefly returned to local waters — especially in the East Bay — but appears to have passed.
August 16, is National Rum Day! A perfect day for our community, because what sailor doesn't like rum?
It's happening on Thursday, September 7 — Mark your calendar for the Fall Crew List Party.
Santa Cruz is known for surfing and sailing, and sometimes both. Jayden Benedict shows how to combine the two.
Join the party and connect with sailors and skippers to find local community and plan your next cruising adventure!
Enjoy a peaceful stay in the heart of Ensenada at Ensenada Cruiseport Village.
Looking for a Win Win
The Oakland Estuary remains an area of transition and opportunity. Boaters have two opportunities to contribute to the vision and improvements on August 23.
From the Magazine
When Ashley Gremel and Scott Racette needed to relocate from the Bay Area to the Chesapeake, they took the opportunity to sail around aboard their Pearson 365 'Azimuth.'
Getting you in and out and back on the Bay.
Help and Support Needed
The death toll from the fire that tore through Maui's waterfront town of Lahaina now stands at 55, with many people still missing.
The World Famous L38
If we're in the second half of the year, sliding toward December, does that mean everything is going to be downhill or upside down?
Join us for this two day event for women by women and build your sailing skills. Register today!
The Delta was the place to be last weekend, with Owl Harbor's annual tenant party and Willow Berm Marina's "Taste of the Delta" keeping sailors entertained and well fed.
We love seeing what's new in our classifieds each week, even if whatever has arrived in our pages is years old. Here are a few unique craft for those who are "just looking" with nothing much in mind.
Visit Vallejo Marina and enjoy the guest and fuel dock, free pump-outs, full service boatyard and chandlery, plus two restaurants!
Natural Disaster in Hawaii
Much of Hawaii's waterfront town of Lahaina, Maui, is in the grips of a wildfire that is destroying homes and businesses, and causing people to jump into the water to save themselves.
Molly represented the United States in the 2012 London Olympics, and is now the director of the Peninsula Youth Sailing Foundation.
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Shuffle (of the) Board and More News
Bay Area sailor Joe Rockmore has alerted us that Don Ahrens resigned as chair of the Yacht Racing Association of San Francisco Bay.
Practice Makes Perfect
There is no question that tethers are both widely used and a kind of basic, no-brainer method of keeping sailors attached to the boat. But every safety measure brings with it a perception of security that may be shattered when the unthinkable actually occurs.
The search for missing sailor Captain Donald Lawson off the coast of Acapulco has been suspended.
Discover San Francisco Bay and all that inspires those of us who live or visit here.
Busy Times on the Water
A sailor missing en route from Sitka, Alaska, to San Diego; a windsurfer rescued off Point Bonita; and a sailboat aground at Stinson Beach.
Residents and boaters berthing their boats in the listed areas are eligible for the free, expired marine flare collection events.
Hydrovane is your best crew member: an independent self-steering windvane and emergency rudder/steering system … ready to go!
Maine Coastal Cruising
Summers in Maine still hold the magic of our youth.
Something to Hold
We have a list of almost 700 pick-up joints in California. They're worth a visit.
Sailing In Pictures
We're excited to share all these excellent photos our readers have taken during the past month.
Join us for the 2023 Beneteau Rendezvous at Richmond Yacht Club on August 19 and 20.
Happy 233rd birthday, United States Coast Guard!
Waiting it out
The Delta waterways are dotted with bridges and diversions. If you've sailed up and down a lot, it can be easy to assume you know all the opening schedules; we've been guilty of that.
Sailing around the world and visiting new places each time is a great privilege, and being part of a Dream Yacht ownership program adds ease and security.
Women's Sailing Events
Get ready, ladies; there are two excellent sailing events coming up, just for you! Yes, you can now say, "It's all about me!"
From the Magazine
In 2004, Wylie told 'Latitude', "I may not have been the best at business, but of all the people I've worked with over the years, I can't think of one who I couldn't go up to and shake hands with."
It's happening soon. Mark your calendar for the Fall Crew List Party.