After outcry over a proposed expansion of San Francisco Marina, the S.F. Board of Supervisors blocked plans to expand West Harbor Marina.
After a harrowing summer of what was dubbed a "pirate crime spree," the Oakland Estuary has undergone a significant cleanup, with more work to be done.
Sailing a dinghy is an amplified and more connected version of the already extraordinary feeling, where speed/planing are almost on tap. But dinghies also beckon to one's childhood.
In what has the potential to be a landmark ruling, a federal judge ruled that boaters do not have a constitutional right to anchor on Richardson Bay.
Latitude made a mistake and used poor wording in our original story about the Port of Los Angeles. We are happy to report that cruisers can anchor for a short stay inside the Port of L.A.'s waters.
Is Red Rock art, yet another symbol of extravagant wealth run amok, or just a slice of nature to be avoided and admired as we sail by?
The Port of Los Angeles is the largest seaport in the United States. Is there room for sailors to cruise in and drop the hook?
The boat is a unique ketch that my dad — Jean Filloux — designed himself with a naval architect friend at Sparkman & Stephens to be built with a first-of-its-kind manufacturing method that Jean came up with.
A few weeks ago, 'Latitude 38' received a letter expressing concern about Santa Barbara's plan to reduce or completely close part of the city's free anchorages along its beachfront over concern for underwater infrastructure.
Reading about 'Lucky Dog's dilemma in the October issue brought up the core reason why she was almost abandoned in the first place: the loss of her spade rudder.
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