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The May issue of Latitude 38 was just delivered to a club or marine business near you. It offers a refreshing break from the daily blitz of fake news and online click-bait. When you crack open a fresh one you’ll regain the perspective you also get from your time on the water. 

Like sailing, you’ll find the May issue of Latitude 38 one of the best ways to relax and get away from it all.

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Every month we serve up a fresh edition of Latitude to bring you the latest in West Coast sailing news and keep you connected to the best of local sailing and sailors. In our robust May edition you’ll find features about the Doublehanded Farallones and Lightship races, a profile of Olympic hopeful Charlie Buckingham, visits to  West Coast boatbuilders and Bay Area boatyards, cruising the Sea of Cortez on a 22-ft boat, and Max Ebb in the galley.

If you normally pick up your free copy at the West Marine store in Oakland or on Buena Vista in Alameda, you’ll need to change course. West Marine has closed those two stores and opened a new one in Alameda’s South Shore Center. Other distributors can be found here. We welcome new distributors; if you have a marine business or waterfront location that would like to supply Latitudes to your customers, please let us know by email (or print this form and mail it in) and we’ll set you up.

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As we cracked open the pages of the just-delivered May issue of Latitude 38 we were concurrently reminded that the question posed in Sightings regarding the possibility of running the 7th annual SoCal Ta-Ta had already been answered.