The Bluewater Bash started this morning from the San Francisco Cityfront. "This race looks almost like 'No winners: only losers and survivors.'"
Along with crews from 81 other starters, we found ourselves enjoying the scene at Vallejo Yacht Club on Saturday afternoon.
Recently the Wagners sent us a photo of S/V 'Freedom Kirkland', again anchored somewhere exotic. This time we are going to drop a hint. Yes, it is somewhere in Mexico!
Earth Day is an ideal time to recognize sailors are leaders in turning this blue planet green.
Many years after Richard Henry Dana Jr. traded along the California coast, Trader Joe's connects to the clean, green imagery of sailing while stumbling forward on how to eliminate plastic packaging.
Foiling didn't start on San Francisco Bay, but it was launched into orbit here.
"During the winter we have a custom of cleaning the south-facing beaches on Angel Island."
SailGP on March 26-27 served up one of the most action-packed weekends on the Bay in a couple of years.
Join the free webinar and learn more about the plan for Treasure Island's future and progress of the grand vision that was adopted over a decade ago.
Kenichi Horie first sailed into San Francisco Bay in 1962 at age 23. Now he's getting ready to make the return trip.
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