Ready to unplug for the weekend? The new Latitude 38 is out just in time for a weekend digital detox and a sunny holiday weekend of sailing.
Inside the issue you’ll find stories about cruisers crossing the big pond in the Pacific with the Pacific Puddle Jump, some of the issues revolving around the liveaboard life on Richardson Bay, a preview of the Rolex Big Boat Series, your Letters on the loss and recovery of Kalaerin, some misguided opinions about climate change, followed by some correct opinions about climate change (at least in our opinion!), a story about a kiteboarder named Jos who bought a Santana 30 with three friends, and stories from the South Pacific about folks like Giselle and Clifton who left Alaska on their Hans Christian 38 Sedna, and are now basking in the warmth of Bora Bora. Sounds nice.
It’s a ‘spare the air’ weekend, which means we should all drive less and sail more. The Jazz Cup is headed to Benicia, and there’ll be music floating across Richardson Bay with the Sausalito Art Festival. Through it all you should find some time to unplug, put your feet up, and enjoy these stories and more in the September issue of Latitude, now all over the West Coast, thanks to our drivers Sue, Erik, Jose and Sam. You can find your issue on the waterfront here. (Arrivals will come a little later in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest.)