We're glad we have pictures or nobody would believe us. Heading north up the West Coast is known as one of the most difficult legs of any sailor's voyaging.
I can confirm that everything you've heard about the Bash can be true. It can be brutal. It can break boats.
While on Sunday we got some of the rain we've been hoping for, if you made it out for a sail on Saturday, you once again saw the Bay at its best.
Tim Dick of the Lagoon 42 Malolo just notified us that there is no coastal weather data being fed to WX forecasts indefinitely. At this point, there’s no known cause. Maybe a catastrophic crash or a cyber attack or? More »
The South Pacific has been a hive of natural activity recently, with multiple earthquakes and a Category 5 cyclone keeping island nations on alert for damaging winds, rains and tsunamis.
According to a New York 'Times' article, Benjamin Franklin was the first to map the Gulf Stream during a transatlantic crossing in the 1700s.
With the flip of the calendar to the month of March, so begins spring. What?! No, spring starts on the vernal equinox.
The Black Pearl is a 350-ft three-masted sailing yacht. She has a 49-ft beam and a gross tonnage of around 2,864 tons. But none of this helped her when the vessel's crew recorded true wind speeds of over 63 knots at her dock in Porto Montenegro.
Max Ebb joined a Zoom tutorial on weather routing software and was surprised when Lee Helm appeared and led the group through what amounted to "Weather Routing Software for Dummies."
A casualty of last Monday night's stormy conditions, the 44-ft Bobbie Ann tore loose from her mooring and was pushed across the bay to Del Monte Beach.
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