Last weekend's annual Women’s Sailing Seminar was held in classic Bay Area, fall weather. In other words, perfect conditions.
Hear Joseph Mouzon talk about how to best enjoy the outdoors, leadership skills to apply to life, why it’s beneficial to try something new, and his “welcome to sailing” moment on a Sunfish in Barbados.
Although this year's sign-ups are not quite at pre-pandemic levels, the number of participants has exceeded the organizer's expectations.
This year is looking more like pre-pandemic years, with Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 18, in addition to a month-long push.
We turned the clock back a bit, and Dawn Riley recounted a few memories from Maiden, Mighty Mary and America True.
WBFV is making progress with 'Clover's restoration, and has taken possession of the 1941 sloop, 'Sunda'.
When you post your club's cruising plans you'll be adding your pin to the map, and you, and all club members who sign up on the Summer Sailstice website, become eligible to win prizes.
A few thousand feet up in the SoCal mountains is 120-acre Lake Gregory. The lake has a growing fleet of radio-controlled sailboats.
"Been in town a day and he's already got you working!" Spaulding's president, Bell Edinger, commented upon seeing the newest volunteer with paintbrush and pot of epoxy in hand.
Each spring parents scramble to find healthy activities for their kids during the long break. What could be healthier than going sailing in the fresh air?
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