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Photos Are a Good Sailing Memory, and Inspiration

When you go out sailing, how often do you pause to take a photo? We do it as often as we can, which makes sense as it’s part and parcel of being a sailing magazine: What good is a sailing magazine without sailing photos? But it’s not just us; we find that other sailors, and often non-sailors, like taking photos too. And that is evidenced by the hundreds of photos we’ve received for our monthly Sailagram feed since its inception at the start of 2021.

In January 2021, we shared 30 photos.

Sarah Plane and her husband Jack sailed their Catalina 27 Pandion out of Berkeley.
© 2022 Sarah Plane
sailing photos
And we wondered if the motorcycle helped this crew gain speed in the Three Bridge Fiasco.
© 2022 Barry Demak / Whale Tale Marine LLC

By the time February had passed and we published the March Sailagram, we needed five pages to show them all, and that trend has continued!

This is a training sail for crew aboard the SV Pegasus on August 11, 2022.
© 2022 Mark Caplin
August sailing.
© 2022 Shelly B
Dinghy sailing in Marina del Rey.
© 2022 Nicolas Vanhove
Summer Sailing
Summer sailing on the Bay often calls for extra layers.
© 2022 Latitude 38 Media LLC / Nicki Bennett
If you didn’t get out sailing, perhaps you have recently gotten some work done on your boat. View from aloft on the ’72 Ericson 32 Sospiro.
© 2022 Latitude 38 Media LLC / Nicki Bennett
All smiles aboard Cetacea.
© 2022 Kerry

This Thursday’s Crew List Party is an ideal opportunity to get some land-based sailing snaps. Get your ticket for the party, bring your camera — OK, your phone — and take selfies with your new sailing friends. You can redo them on the water later…

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