Why isn't Summer Sailstice a three-day weekend yet? In an ideal world, all summer sailing weekends would would be like this past first weekend of summer.
Summertime sailing starts this weekend, with some heading solo to Hawaii and some simply sailing the Bay. There are many ways to sail on these long summer days.
The days go by quickly, but one day has more daylight than any other: the solstice. It's happening today.
Join the 2023 Summer Sailstice fleet. While we can't all be in one place, we can all start the summer sailing "together" wherever we are.
Join in, make friends, sail south, and get a burgee and a cruising guide. All good reasons to aim toward the ultimate reward of cruising Mexico.
The first weekend of summer is already here. Are you ready to sail? It's time to invite friends, pack a picnic, and make the most of owning a boat on San Francisco Bay.
Hear what it’s like sailing in Second Life, how it can be an educational platform for sailors, the biggest misconceptions about virtual sailing, and whether you can control which way the wind blows.
The lack of wind does hamper the ability to sail but it doesn't reduce the allure of an escape to the Bay.
We were thinking about the summer weather and remembered the season's opening day, June 20, and the annual Summer Sailstice celebration that took place the same weekend.
Despite the battles the big boats had with their day on the Bay, we are always reminded it's not the size of the boat that matters but the skills of the sailor.
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