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Bay Area Sailors Are the Best: Here’s the Proof

Early this year, January in fact, we launched Sailagram — a new page to showcase Bay Area sailors doing what they love the most: sailing. Eight months later, we are astounded at the enthusiasm of the contributors, and the variety of photos that are submitted each month. If you’re one of the sailors who have sent us photos, you probably remember to look at the page each month to see not only your own submission, but everyone else’s as well.

And if you’re not a contributor, and you don’t remember to look, or perhaps you’ve missed the page entirely, here are a few of our favorite photos from the first half of the year.


Bay Area Sailor
Sarah Plane sailing her Catalina 27 Pandion out of Berkeley.
© 2021 Sarah Plane


BYC Midwinters.
© 2021 Glen Garfein


ACSC sailors testing out how much mainsheet tightening will actually make the boat capsize.
© 2021 Emily Zugnoni


Beth Rosse & George Ballaseux aboard Golden Mermaid, 1984 Newport 30 MkIII.
© 2021 Beth Rosse & George Ballaseux


That perfect smile …
© 2021 Unknown (Was it you?)


Catching the Bay breeze on a Marieholm Folkboat.
© 2021 Latitude 38 Media LLC / Sailagram


Whoever said sailors have to wear nautical gear? The Steampunk crew of the 42-ft Pilothouse Cutter Cetacea clearly didn’t get the memo.
© 2021 Kerry Brown

We’ll be sharing another month’s worth of Bay Area sailing pics at the end of this month. So if you want your photo to be on the page, email us at: [email protected]. Remember to include your name and a brief description or caption.

See you on the ‘gram!

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