Hans is a world champion sailor who has raced 29ers, 49ers, the International Moth, and hydrofoiling F50s. He competes for the US Sailing Team, is the starting flight controller for the US SailGP Team, and is literally a rocket scientist.
Bill is the chief operating officer for the 11th Hour Racing Team and recorded this from latitude 38 — Lisbon, that is!
Hear what goes into building a tall ship, how to sail from Minnesota to the Caribbean, abandon ship, dodge hurricanes and winter, and about Alan’s five years at a Buddhist monastery.
Milly is the port captain of the Inverness Yacht Club and has been sailing International 110s since childhood.
The stormy weekends continue. If you got through the last one, make sure you're ready for the next one.
Paul is a lifelong competitive dinghy sailor, windsurfer, supporter of junior sailing, and former commodore of the St. Francis Yacht Club.
As this is our last 'Good Jibes' for the year, and it is Christmas week, we decided to tell you a Christmas tale as it appeared in the pages of 'Latitude 38' in December 1977.
After October 2021's "Atmospheric Bomb" storm Mary SwiftSwan spoke with the USCG and various harbormasters to survey the aftermath along the Bay Area's waterfront, which included 18 boats destroyed or reported with damage.
This week we’re casting off with the article “Galápagos National Park — A Dream Dive Destination” from the September 2022 issue of 'Latitude 38,' read by fellow sailor and host Monica Grant.
Over the coming weeks we'll be sharing live readings of some of our favorite stories from the pages of Latitude 38. You might even be surprised to hear one from our "waaaay back" machine.
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