In January this year we published, Tales From the Northwest Passage: Arctic ‘Bricolage.’ Written by the Resourceful Sailor, Joshua Wheeler the story featured a few ways the crew of Breskell, a 51’ wooden sloop, 'made do' while transiting the Northwest Passage in 2019. Here he offers a few more examples of bricolage on boats, and on land.
We are very excited to announce that we have completed our dock replacement project for A through G dock at Brickyard Cove Marina, and now have openings in most sizes.
Philippe Jamotte is returning to San Francisco Bay, 16 days after departing on his planned 200-day around the world voyage.
The moment had been five years in the making. Viveka arrived at Rutherford’s Boat Shop in Richmond in 2015 for a full restoration. But the owner ran out of money and the project was stalled.
While many would likely consider a Capri 26 to be a small boat for a two-week cruise, it seemed a veritable palace when compared to Phil's Potter 19 or Dan's Montgomery 15!
The Baja Ha-Ha celebrates cruising everywhere in Mexico — as well as Ha-Ha veterans who have cruised Mexico and far beyond.
The days are getting shorter, but that isn't stopping Richmond Yacht Club from running their Wednesday night beer can series for an extra month.
Boats such as Bob Gray's Ranger 33 Coquelicot are selling quickly in the Latitude 38 Classifieds.
Folkboats have been racing on the Bay since 1958. This weekend, they revived a singlehanded regatta the class has not held for a decade.
After cruising in this year's Delta Doo Dah aboard her Cal 2-27 Dura Mater, Jackie embarked upon a solo sail from Richmond Yacht Club to the Channel Islands.
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