The Bay Area Multihull Association has incorporated some changes to the Doublehanded Farallones Race that harken back to the Farallon races run back in the early 1980s.
It's fun to spectate, though like standing on the side of the road for the Tour de France — they zip past and suddenly you're in a quiet patch of empty water.
When Max Ebb was invited to judge at the "Classic Boat Review" he realized he was old enough to remember when those boats were still in production.
It recently came to the attention of several folks that Cal 40 hull #1 was languishing on an empty lot in Richmond.
We turned the clock back a bit, and Dawn Riley recounted a few memories from Maiden, Mighty Mary and America True.
East Brother Light Station is back on the power grid with a temporary repair and is preparing to open for business on September 2nd.
Last week, in what turned out to be a fitting tribute to designer Bruce Kirby, 124 Lasers gathered at the St. Francis Yacht Club.
The 2021 Transpac is off! The first seven boats started yesterday.
WBFV is making progress with 'Clover's restoration, and has taken possession of the 1941 sloop, 'Sunda'.
We've already shared a story about the Master Mariners Regatta. But there are so many great photos that it would be a crime to keep them to ourselves.
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