Today is the day — Latitude 38′s May issue has hit the docks. Where will you get your copy?
Which means Jay Fowler at Whale Point Marine in Point Richmond should also have a stack by now. But if you’re nowhere near Richmond, you could pick up your issue at any one of our Bay Area distributors. Check out the map for your best location.
Here’s a preview of what’s inside the May issue.
Nate first fell in love with the small boat when, as a 17-year-old, he joined the WoodenBoat School’s ‘Fundamentals of Boatbuilding’ course. “At the end of the afternoon, you go down to their waterfront and go sailing in your choice of wonderful wooden boats. One of the boats was a Biscayne Bay 14. Some boats just put a smile on your face, and this is one of them.” By the end of the course, Nate had bought the plans, not knowing that he would tuck them away for over 25 years …
Variety Is the Spice
Do you look in your pantry and see row after row of peas, corn, green beans and SpaghettiOs? Hey, I’m not judging SpaghettiOs. People like what they like. But the point is, a lack of variety in the pantry can make for boring and uninspiring meals that make cooking a chore.
It’s not often that these big sleds meet on the starting line, so all eyes were on the lookout to see who would outperform whom well before the start signal even went off. To the delight of all, there was good pressure at the start, and indications were that it would hold deep into Baja California on the way to Cabo.
Plus you’ll find all your favorite regular pages: Letters, Max Ebb, Racing Sheet, Sightings and more. And don’t forget everyone’s favorite pages, the sailboat owners and buyers’ bible, Classy Classifieds