"Does this dock make me look fat?"
In June's 'Latitude 38' Max Ebb explores our obsessive desire to be surrounded by possessions of a nautical nature.
The annual World Oceans Day arrives tomorrow, June 8. We asked writer Tim Henry to give us a more in-depth look at the state of the oceans.
"Suppose you roll a single die dozens of times, in a game in which you only 'win' (e.g., find a Golden Ticket) if you roll a 6. It turns out that ANY pattern that, over time (e.g., lots of months), averages out to 1 'win' every 6 rolls, is equally likely."
If May taught us one thing, it is that sailing is back in a big way. We are beyond thrilled to see so many of you out sailing with smiling faces.
While sailors were sailing over the Memorial Day weekend, 'Latitude 38's June magazine was being printed, wrapped, and stacked, ready for its Tuesday delivery.
Memorial Day honors those who have served. Fly your colors.
Despite being a self-labeled novice, Al has the good sense to be a long-term 'Latitude 38' reader. "I’ve read every issue since 2004."
Share a photo of your dad (preferably on a sailboat) wearing his favorite T-shirt or hat to Latitude 38's Instagram page with #Latitudedads, and to honor dads everywhere, we'll share the photos on 'Lectronic Latitude. We'll even send a few lucky dads a new Latitude 38 T-shirt or hat.
On June 8 we celebrate World Ocean Day, and in June's issue of Latitude 38, Tim Henry talks with sailors who are working to improve the state of the ocean. Here's a snippet ...
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