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June Issue Hits the Stands Today

Life’s a bowl of cherries when you have a three-day weekend to enjoy the latest issue of Latitude 38.

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The forecast for the long Memorial Day weekend is for sunny skies with mild temps and winds. So before you take the boat out for the weekend, stop by your favorite Latitude 38 distributor and pick up the brand-spanking-new June issue. It’s chock full of good stuff, from a recap of the Great Vallejo Race to stories on cruising the Mexican Galapagos and transiting Pirate Alley to a preview of the Singlehanded TransPac.

The first start of the annual Master Mariners Regatta — a race between classic yachts designed before World War II — is at noon. If you decide to spectate from the water, bring your camera and be sure to keep a clear path for the racers.

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If you do go sailing this weekend, make a point to be out there tomorrow for the Master Mariners Regatta, one of the most drool-inducing races on the Bay. The first start’s at noon — see for more details.

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