The Chart Locker covers the entire Pacific Coast of Mexico and Central America, French Polynesia, the Cook Islands, Tonga, Fiji, Vanuatu and many other Pacific islands.
January's #wcw celebrity is Laura Brazil from Petaluma. Laura and her husband Rich are passionate sailors who enjoy sailing in Mexico.
Jessie Zevalkink and her husband Luke were searching for a vessel that would be suited to sailing the higher latitudes (think ice and snow).
Right now, there's quite a difference in sailing conditions between San Francisco Bay and the Columbia River Gorge.
Hear Jessie's top baby boat tricks, how to work while cruising, sailing America’s Great Loop, the Northwest Passage, and the endless helpfulness of the sailing community.
If your boat is fitted out with the essentials for safety and comfort offshore, and you’re eager for a grand adventure, consider joining the 2022 Pacific Puddle Jump.
Where do folks go after the Baja Ha-Ha? After Cabo San Lucas, cruisers fan out.
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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