The year 2020 will be remembered for several unrelated reasons, but the coronavirus has proved the most daunting for sailboat racing. It has challenged on several fronts…
An anchored boat caught fire in Richardson's Bay last weekend. While there has been no official statement, scuttlebutt alleges the fire was preceded by an explosion.
Two sailboats have ended up on the rocks this past week in separate incidents in California.
In mid-October, after a summer of bizarre weather, it was 80-plus degrees and windless at Latitude's satellite office in San Quentin Village. The Bay went completely glassy for almost five days in a row . . .
The US Coast Guard Research and Development Center (RDC) has announced that it will begin testing and evaluating the use of unmanned surface vehicles off the south shore of Oahu.
Alameda County is running a one-day flare collection event this coming Sunday, October 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m..
Walder boom brake is an essential safety device that ensures the indispensable protection of your crew and equipment.
Since the early days of global COVID restrictions, the Ocean Cruising Club (OCC) has been appealing to Australian (AUS) and New Zealand (NZ) authorities to secure safe harbors for cruisers during the South Pacific's 2020/21 cyclone season.
We were startled by a very loud explosion. Suddenly, the stern of a powerboat burst into flames, and we heard another explosion.
We hear a conversation on the VHF radio between the Coast Guard and a 28-ft powerboat without power on the San Joaquin River.
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