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Sailagram: A Snapshot of February Sailing

By Heather Breaux | March 8, 2024 |

Sailing in February saw us enjoying Valentine’s Day, aka “I love sailing day,” plus some wet and wild weather and summery weather.

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Magazine Features: April 2024


San Diego Yacht Club served up a 1,000-mile Puerto Vallarta Race on February 22-March 1. Since 1953, this San Diego to PV biennial has made miles of memories.

Green Sailors on a Green Journey

Megan Routbort and Thomas Poloniato, two late 20-somethings from the US and France, met in Berkeley and now are traveling the world, but only on forms of transportation that have a climate-positive effect.

Don't Give Up the Ship

Isolated in a remote corner of the Sea of Cortez. Hard aground. Exhausted. After more than 24 hours alone, David Haight needed help.

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Max Ebb: Wind, Spray & Speed

"College students sure look young these days," I thought as I made my way through the common room of the housing co-op just off campus where Lee Helm lives. I was there to drop off her cellphone, which she had carelessly left in my chart table after a Wednesday night race.

Racing sheet

With spring having sprung, we wrap up the Golden Gate and Berkeley Midwinters, welcome that spring classic the Big Daddy, review two Shorthanded Races, brave the wind for Marina del Rey's South Bay Tour, gaze at what's On the Horizon, and hope for rescue of the Santa Cruz Mile Buoy. Box Scores is loaded up with Midwinter Series results.
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