In mid-February, the Sausalito City Council unanimously passed its General Plan update, which will serve as the city's blueprint for growth for the next 20 years.
'Suisun' was built in 1914 and came to a sad end when she sank during a windstorm last month. Her demise kindled many Bay Area sailors' memories.
Pip Hare was one of five finishers who crossed the line in the last 48 hours and is now resting securely after 95 days of solo racing.
In the February issue of Latitude 38, we profiled the sailor, retired sailmaker and not-retired-yet artist Jim DeWitt. We're sharing more images of them here.
Bobby Popoff is looking for SV Spirit, a 66-ft modified Monk design previously owned and built by Harold A Jones, former owner of Vancouver Tug (now SeaSpan).
Spaulding Marine Center has received DAS accreditation for its marine-technician apprenticeship program, Boatworks 101, and is seeking volunteers for The Pelican Project.
Do you remember Popeye the Sailor Man comic strips and cartoons? In recent months we've noticed a circulating Facebook post that says Popeye was based on a real person.
We first wrote about Inverness sailor Milly Biller in July 1979 when she was engaged in "hard labor", repairing boats and practicing her craft at the upper end of the Richmond Boat Works railway.
Jack van Ommen has been awarded the Ocean Cruising Club's 2020 Jester Award in recognition of his years-long journey to circumnavigate the globe before his 80th birthday.
"This is a lively event on the Sausalito waterfront to celebrate the fishing and maritime history of Sausalito, to promote the SCBC agenda of environmental stewardship and education, and to raise funds for SCBC!"
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