Dredging has kept Bay Area waterways open for over a century. It's an ongoing process that needs the support of boaters and businesses to keep these waterways open.
Who said you can only Ha-Ha by the sea? Chris Maher took his 2022 Baja Ha-Ha burgee in the other direction, 14,505 feet up to the top of Mount Whitney.
Some people only race and others only cruise. Some know how to enjoy both. Jimmy Peter is one of those who relays the differences.
A new plan by the Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) aims to restrict access to the beach in Clipper Cove to swimmers only.
A planned, new bicycle/pedestrian bridge across the Estuary looks as if it could cause problems for Estuary sailors.
There's a shortage of skilled workers for good careers in the maritime trades. Now expanded federal funding can help marine training centers gear up to fill the shortage.
Many Bay Areas sailors remember walking past Ron MacAnnan's beautiful M-Class sloop 'Pursuit' on the Sausalito boardwalk.
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John Neal's 'Log of the Mahina' was one of the early, small-boat voyaging books that spawned endless followers.
It was smooth sailing all the way to Half Moon Bay for a small fleet of offshore racers.
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