The 165-ft historic FDR presidential yacht USS 'Potomac' will be dry-docked at Bay Ship, Alameda, on March 11.
Bay Area sailors are invited to greet 'Stad Amsterdam' as she sails in under the Golden Gate Bridge on March 6 after a 3400-mile sail from Panama.
Known as Richmond Yacht Club's flagship vessel 'Random's keel was laid at the Nunes Brothers yard in Sausalito, in 1949.
PICYA is inviting skippers of the 105-member yacht club association to enjoy the Fourth Annual Treasure Island 360 Cruise on Sunday, February 18.
On Super Sail Sunday a group of students polished up their celestial navigation skills at the Cal Sailing Club in Berkeley.
Richardson Bay's iconic wooden yacht 'Vadura' has met her end at Svendsen’s Bay Marine in Richmond.
Famed East Bay watering hole for sailors Quinn's Lighthouse Restaurant & Pub closes down, leaving many memories.
Sailing a dinghy is an amplified and more connected version of the already extraordinary feeling, where speed/planing are almost on tap. But dinghies also beckon to one's childhood.
A browse through the decades of 'Latitude 38' landed us on a photo of the 140-ft-long schooner 'Northern Light,' launched in the Bay in 1927.
Some aspects of sailing have changed dramatically, while others remain pretty much the same.
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