The northward Baja Bash has a notorious reputation for testing boats and crew morale, especially during the typical May/June time frame, when insurers coax cruisers clear of potential hurricanes.
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…
While contesting a friendly charity race, Richard Spindler experienced what he thought could very well have been his worst-ever day of sailing.
The Baja Ha-Ha fleet is now spreading out across Mexico.
It was a blissful sail south for the 100+ cruisers in the 28th Baja Ha-Ha. Accompanied by a full moon, an eclipse and warm breezes, the fleet revelled in idyllic sailing conditions.
While we were making local tracks on San Francisco Bay, others were getting ready to make tracks on other parts of the world's oceans.
The Baja Ha-Ha started on Monday, October 31, in perfect conditions that have only gotten better. Fresh breezes, fresh fish and warming air have made it all an idyllic year to be sailing the Ha-Ha.
Our trip to San Diego for the start of the Baja Ha-Ha again highlighted some of the differences between how San Diego Bay and San Francisco Bay welcome sailors.
The light-air start for the Baja Ha-Ha caught on camera on San Diego Bay may be the prelude to a breezier finish in Turtle Bay.
Happy Halloween, and welcome to November's 'Latitude 38.' We know we're teasing, but check out the preview below, then set your alarm to go get your copy first thing tomorrow!
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