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The Latitude 38 Crew Party

There have been too many people met, relationships forged and sailing bonds made at the Latitude 38 Crew List parties over the years to mention. People have made lifelong sailing partners and new friends, and in some cases, met their spouses at our biannual events. We’re not saying that we’re, like, sailing Tinder or anything, we’re just saying that if you’re looking for people who love to sail sailboats, then there is no better place than the Latitude Crew Party.

“Hey there, sailor. Come here often?” This was our first Crew List party at Spaulding Marine Center in fall 2017.
© 2019 Latitude 38 Media LLC / Chris

We hope you’ll join us this Thursday at Golden Gate Yacht Club from 6 p.m to 9 for the first Crew Party of the year. There will be a full bar, snacks, Latitude logowear for sale, and, most importantly, people, people . . . people.

Are you the owner of a racing or cruising boat looking for people to sail with? Great, we hope to see you there. Are you eager crew looking for a boat to sail on? Great. Have you never sailed a day in your life, but are hoping to find a group of good people to learn with? Great, we hope to see you there.

For more information, please go here. And good news: The forecast, at the moment, is NOT calling for rain on Thursday.

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