The details are sparse, but it appears that 'Unicorn,' with perhaps only one soul aboard, has encountered problems at sea and is by now possibly disabled and adrift.
So many boats, so little time. But, as Crosby, Stills & Nash sang, "If you can't be with the one you love, honey, love the one you're with."
Later this month, Latitude 38 editor-at-large, Andy Turpin will be hosting Pacific Puddle Jump seminars in Mexico and Panama for those who are moving from dreaming to doing the passage south.
Rock legend David Crosby passed yesterday, leaving behind a revered musical legacy and a long, sailing love affair with the schooner 'Mayan.'
Just a couple of sailing snippets…
Discover San Francisco Bay and all that inspires those of us who live or visit here.
Why do some people turn right when they head out the Gate instead of succumbing to the call of margaritas and Mexico?
Do you know how deep a human being has dived (and when)? What's the largest type of crab? Check out this cool fact finder: "The Deep Sea."
On Monday we shared Richard Spindler's story of what he thought could have been his worst day of sailing in 50 years. The tale continues…
How often do you think about the creatures that may be lurking beneath your boat while you're out at sea, or in the Bay, or even docked at the marina?
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