"Winds were eight knots from the south and dropping. The boat sailed very nicely. The helm was light and responsive."
Sailing is an adventure. It is fun and games, but the personal growth achieved on a boat lasts a lifetime: teamwork, courage, and overcoming fears.
New docks, a new boat, a new Latitude 38 hat! What a great start to the new year!
Spaulding Marine Center has received DAS accreditation for its marine-technician apprenticeship program, Boatworks 101, and is seeking volunteers for The Pelican Project.
"This is a lively event on the Sausalito waterfront to celebrate the fishing and maritime history of Sausalito, to promote the SCBC agenda of environmental stewardship and education, and to raise funds for SCBC!"
This year the Santas are collecting toys for children who use the pediatrics wing of the St Anthony Foundation's Medical Clinic.
I teach sailing because it is so rewarding to witness my students transition from being fearful to confident.
Linda Newland doesn’t shy away from delivering the “cockroaches and all” version of what it takes to be an accomplished skipper.
A recent field trip with Treasure Island Sailing provided the ideal opportunity to experience sailing a Bug — a boat that is not usually recommended for adults.
Recently a participant in Call of the Sea's “Young Salts Adventure Camp” program tested positive for COVID-19. The person had shown no symptoms and was tested along with the rest of his family as part of their own precautionary protocol.
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