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April Latitude Out Tomorrow

Pick up the April edition of Latitude so you can read all the latest sailing news as well as plan your strategy for seeing all that Strictly Sail Pacific has to offer.

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"Get ’em while they’re hot!" Hot off the press, that is. The April edition of Latitude 38 will be distributed in the Greater Bay Area tomorrow, and will be downloadable from our site — for free — or readable online by tomorrow afternoon. (Marine outlets elsewhere along the West Coast and in Hawaii will receive their shipments in a few days.)

What’s in this edition? Our usual mix of reports on cruising, racing and recreational sailing, from both here in the Bay Area and beyond. Among the topics in our features section you’ll learn why sailing is good for you, how to kill your diesel engine — or not, all about the Clipper Round the World Race (which arrives here mid-April), and we’ll introduce you to dozens of West Coast sailors who are about to set sail on the Pacific Puddle Jump rally to French Polynesia. 

SPECIAL INSERT: Bound into this edition is a highly informative planning guide for the West Coast’s largest all-sail boat show, Strictly Sail Pacific, which runs April 10-13 at Oakland’s Jack London Square. So scope out your boat show game plan and we’ll see you there. 

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