Ronnie Simpson finds another Doug Peterson design to add to the series of boats he's restored and sailed.
A search is underway in the Sea of Cortez for Marina del Rey sailor William 'Bill' Walter Austin III, after his Fountaine Pajot 39, 'The Cat,' was found washed up on a beach.
What the heck is a Baja Ha-Ha burgee doing hanging in the restaurant's tequila lounge?
As we head into spring many are already thinking about heading south in the fall for Baja Ha-Ha XXVIII.
Where do folks go after the Baja Ha-Ha? After Cabo San Lucas, cruisers fan out.
Against all of our youthful instincts, wisdom prevailed and the decision was made to head up to Potato Slough in the Delta the next morning.
Our drivers have been up since before the crack of dawn filling their vans with bundles of magazines, just for you!
Aside from immersing ourselves in the excitement of 600 people about to sail to Mexico, we love the start of the Baja Ha-Ha because it's a great opportunity to connect with San Diego's thriving sailing culture.
Baja Ha-Ha sailor Wayne Koide invited a dozen kids from UpWind Sailing School in Los Cabos to tour his Outbound 46 'Flyer.'
The 130-ish boats in the 27th Baja Ha-Ha have scattered. But here we take a look back at the rally down the Baja peninsula.
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