Point San Pablo YC Hosts S.F. Master Mariners Benevolent Assoc. Spring Fling Potluck
Traditional sailing vessel owners and enthusiasts enjoyed a Spring Fling potluck while discussing the 2023 sailing season and a much-anticipated race and party.
Looking Back at the Very First ‘Latitude 38’ Women’s Issue
There have been many pioneering women sailors who have opened the door for subsequent generations. Many were around long before 'Latitude 38' and our first women's issue in February, 1979.
Local Legend Hank Easom Leaves His Mark on the Bay
In the March issue we shared a story commemorating the late Hank Easom and his life on the water and under sail.
Today’s Women Making Tomorrow’s Sailing History
There are countless women who are forging a career in sailing today, creating the historical sailing women of the future.
Use the Map to Get Lost at Copperfield’s Books
'Latitude 38's distribution map is to help the magazine get found, so you can get lost.
A New Life for the Herreshoff Ketch ‘Arua’
A mahogany beauty now in new hands in Redwood City.
Sailing-Art Mystery Solved by ‘Latitude 38’ Readers!
'Latitude' readers love solving sailing mysteries. This time they succeeded in identifying an unknown boat, in some unknown time and place.
Captain Mary Patten of ‘Neptune’s Car’
No history of women in sailing is complete without the story of 19-year-old Mary Patten, who captained a 216-ft clipper from somewhere near Cape Horn to San Francisco in 1856.
Can You Help Identify This Mystery Sailing Art?
Can you help our reader identify this art and artist?
David Crosby — Harmony at Sea
Crosby's connection to the sea and sailing often appeared in his music, but his actual sailing life, while tightly woven and well known along the coast of California, was less well known to his worldwide fan base.
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