The rest of the competitors in the 51st Transpac Race from Los Angeles to Honolulu have finished, but one boat was not so lucky.
Despite our initial skepticism, it seems birds are quite adept at keeping sailors at the docks.
Jibeset founder and developer Ray Irvine sent us a note the other day to alert us that the regatta scoring website turns 10 this month.
Sunday is the 4th of July. Some regions are hosting celebrations and fireworks, while others are keeping it simple. Whatever you do across this weekend we wish you a safe and fun celebration. More »
We're always happy when we serendipitously discover sailing at the end of a dusty, mountain bike trail or any other random corner of California.
In the midst of a two-week tour of Tasmania, we found a sailor with fond memories of his two-week stay at the Tiburon docks in 1972.
Who among us can honestly say they're not mesmerized by the spectacle of an old sailboat being broken up by the relentless machines?
We're taking the month of June to share more good news about sailors leading the way toward ocean and planetary sustainability.
"Suppose you roll a single die dozens of times, in a game in which you only 'win' (e.g., find a Golden Ticket) if you roll a 6. It turns out that ANY pattern that, over time (e.g., lots of months), averages out to 1 'win' every 6 rolls, is equally likely."
We received photos from two different people of what we believe to be the same boat, which had been beached and then sank, off Crown Beach, Alameda.
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