In light of an unusually high number of life-threatening incidents in the Pacific this year, Andy Turpin wrote to 'Latitude 38' with some comments.
Life under the sea is as important to sailors as life above it.
The father-son crew of Dave and Zachary Wysopal aboard the 45-ft Island Trader ketch 'Yasukole' are alive and well in American Samoa, having made landfall last Friday (June 30), after 78 days at sea.
Pacific Puddle Jumper Any Turpin was recently asked by a sailor why they should join the Tahiti-Moorea Sailing Rendez-vous. His reasoning is solid; now we want to go, too!
USCG and PPJ rally organizers are seeking information on a Pacific Puddle Jump rally participant who hasn't checked in.
We are sorry to report that the Pacific Puddle Jump rally vessel Lucky Dog lost its rudder Wednesday, which ultimately led to the crew’s decision to abandon ship yesterday.
The Pacific is calling. More cruisers are signed up with the Pacific Puddle Jump to follow the first few who have already "jumped off" from the Pacific Coast.
The 2023 Pacific Puddle Jump rally to French Polynesia has just been announced, with registrations opening on October 26.
New Zealand's borders will open on July 31, two months ahead of schedule.
If your boat is fitted out with the essentials for safety and comfort offshore, and you’re eager for a grand adventure, consider joining the 2022 Pacific Puddle Jump.
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