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A Sailing Photo Collage to Get You Ready for the Weekend

Here at Latitude 38, we consider ourselves to be in the best position as we get to see all the photos that sailors send us of their adventures on the high seas — or as is probably more often the case, on the Bay. But this week we realized it’s likely that many of our readers won’t see all the photos we publish. Why? Because we don’t always publish the same photos in ‘Lectronic or the magazine that we share on our social media feeds, and on our Sailagram page.

So we decided to do a little cross-posting and share with our readers some of the great photos that have, so far, only been shown on our Facebook, Instagram and Sailagram pages.

Latitude‘s racing editor, Chris Weaver, captured this classic San Francisco Bay sailing shot, taken from aboard Merlin in the lead-up to last weekend’s Rolex Big Boat Series (RBBS).
© 2021 Latitude 38 Media LLC / Chris
Now doesn’t this look like a perfect way to spend your day?
© 2021
There was lots of wing action in the recent Ronstan Bridge to Bridge race.
© 2021 Latitude 38 Media LLC / John
A perfect wave captured by @twothehorizon during a delivery to the Pacific Northwest.
© 2021 @twothehorizon
This rail crew look as if they’re trying to decide whether to stay aboard or take a swim.
© 2021

We have stacks more photos, but not enough time or space to share them all here. If you’re missing out on the full picture, go check out and follow us on Facebook and on Instagram — @latitude38magazine — for the latest and most up-to-date pics. And be sure to check out the monthly Sailagram photos.

To have your photos featured in Latitude 38, send them to editorial@latitude38.com, and include a little about where and why you were sailing that day, and with whom! And if you want to add your photos to October’s Sailagram, email them to photos@latitude38.com, and again, add a little about the day!

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