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Sailgating at a Giants Game

In late August, Discover Boating released their list of favorite ‘boatgating’ — we, of course, prefer to call it ‘sailgating’ — locations in the country. "The combination of two American pastimes — boating and tailgating — is still one of the most unique ways to enjoy game day at stadiums across the country," said the press release.

Naturally, San Francisco’s AT&T Park, home of the Giants, made the cut. "Catch all the action or even a splash hit — home runs that land in the water on the fly without hitting the Arcade or Portwalk — from a boat in McCovey Cove, where the scoreboard and replay screens are visible." The Giants have clinched their division and playoffs will begin soon. Tickets have already gone on sale but there may still be time to get some. Whether you take a slip at South Beach Harbor (advanced reservations are a must) or pop into McCovey Cove, a family cruise to enjoy a ball game will not soon be forgotten.





Check out the most recent splash hit made by Brandon Belt on September 4.


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Latitude readers probably best know Lake County as the place where, on a pitch black night in ’06, Sheriff Deputy Russell Perdock slammed his powerboat into a nearly stationary O’Day sailboat at high speed, killing passenger Lynn Thornton, a just-retired employee of the state of California.