With the ever-evolving nature of government policies and regulations related to COVID, what’s accurate one day can become dangerously inaccurate the next.
A westerly filled in, with nice pressure but not too much. Until it was too much.
When you post your club's cruising plans you'll be adding your pin to the map, and you, and all club members who sign up on the Summer Sailstice website, become eligible to win prizes.
We're taking the month of June to share more good news about sailors leading the way toward ocean and planetary sustainability.
This year Hawaii seems to be the destination of choice for people who want to embark upon a journey outside of the ordinary.
Thirty-three wing foilers raced a modified slalom course on Friday, June 4.
J/24 racer Brandon Mercer joined the crew on Nick Grebe's Santa Cruz 37 Wildcard for the recent California Offshore Race Week and sent in this tale from the SoCal 300 segment.
Alan Wirtanen relaunched his 24-ft boat, Nelly Belle, in Santa Cruz on May 29 almost 50 years since he built her.
On Saturday, June 6, the US Coast Guard Sector San Francisco watchstanders received a report at 9:42 p.m. "from a kayaker who was making a solo voyage from Sausalito to Honolulu."
At this weekend's SailGP event in Taranto, Italy, Jimmy Spithill and Team USA brought a sense of urgency, flair and a bit of Italian machismo.
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