Latitude 38 Magazine
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Find Your Back Issues of Latitude 38 to Win a Latitude 38 Hat

Just over a week ago we posted this Latitude 38 archive photo on our Facebook page stating, "We often hear from readers who say 'I've got a copy of every issue of Latitude 38 stored in my house.'"  So we're offering a test for those who say they have a complete set of the magazines.
Summer Sailstice racing on the Bay

Getting to Know the Boss (and Publisher) at Latitude 38

How does an engineering graduate move from selling opera tickets to running a famous sailing magazine? Benjamin Shaw recently invited John Arndt to join him on his podcast, Out The Gate Sailing. The result is a rollicking tale of adventures and opportunities that carried this intrepid sailor across the country and to various oceans across the globe.
Island Yacht Club

Eight Bells for Island Yacht Club?

Read the complete story of the demise of the Island Yacht Club clubhouse at Alameda Marina in the July 2020 issue of Latitude 38.

Classy Classified Deadline Is Today!

If you are Buying or Selling, visit Latitude 38’s NEW Classy Classified page. The deadline is TODAY, July 15 at 5:00 p.m. for the August issue.
Caption Contes(!)

Caption Contest(!)

It's Caption Contest(!) time. This month's photo was sent to us by Peter Moorehead. Drop your caption into the comments and be sure to check out the August issue of Latitude 38 for the winner and top 10 entries.

Brickyard Cove Marina Has Slips to Rent

We are very excited to announce that we have completed our dock replacement project for A through G dock and now have openings in most sizes.
July Latitude 38 cover

Newest Latitude Magazine Hits the Docks Today

We made it! Summer has come. We're half way to Christmas. And despite this year's unusual (to say the least) national and global upheaval we've pulled together and produced a great edition of Latitude 38 magazine for your reading pleasure — and ours!
Frigate Birds in flight

When Frigate Birds Tire of Flying

Frigate Birds are an oddity among seabirds in that they never go in the water. Indeed, if a Frigate does somehow end up in the drink, it will likely drown in short order.