Was That an Oligarch, Cruise Ship, or Megayacht Heading Out of the Bay?
What was that large megayacht heading north out of the Bay on Saturday?
Bodega Bay Fisherman’s Festival Meets a Canceled Salmon Season
The 50th annual Bodega Bay Fisherman's Festival included one sailboat and a fleet of fishing boats dismayed by the canceled salmon season.
Take a Moment This Weekend to Participate in Earth Day
As sailors, we see a lot of the trash that floats along the surface of the water, but that's not all there is to it …
Meet the Companies Building a Green Future for Sailboat Engines
Many companies are working to produce 'green' power technology. Here are some innovations that can eventually transfer into powering sailboats.
Capt. Liz Clark Takes on 11th Hour Racing Ambassador Role
11th Hour Racing has announced sailor and environmental activist Captain Liz Clark as its new ambassador.
Bomb Cyclone Damage as Another Winter Storm Arrives
Are we there yet? It looks and feels like spring this morning, but tomorrow's storm looks like another windy, winter offering.
Another Turtle Rescue by the Perry 56 ‘Foxfire’
Mike Casey and the crew of 'Foxfire' rescue their second turtle from being snared in fishing line and plastics.
Bomb Cyclone: Eye of the Storm on the Golden Gate Bridge
As the eye of yesterday's bomb cyclone passed over the Golden Gate Bridge, the accompanying weather caused boats to move away from the docks.
International Ocean Film Festival Celebrates 20 Years
Tickets are now on sale for the 20th annual International Ocean Film Festival to be held at Fort Mason on April 13–16.
Latitude 38’s March Issue Is Ready for You!
As we march into spring and spring into daylight saving this month, we're sharing a variety of sailing stories from close to home and across oceans and time.
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