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Sailagram: A Snapshot of January Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | February 1, 2021 |

We hope you enjoy our new Sailagram feed full of photos submitted by our readers, the real sailors that make our community so amazing.

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Magazine Features: March 2023

David Crosby Sails On

When rock legend David Crosby passed away on January 19, he left behind an enormous musical legacy, including his stirring harmonies with bandmates Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, and Neil Young.

Three Bridge Fiasco

Although it was a pretty shippy Three Bridge Fiasco, the conditions of Saturday, January 28, made it possible to finish. "Shippy" is not a typo.

Discovering Youth Sailing

Lots of kids will be sailing this summer! Making sailing accessible to all kids means finding ways to make it affordable, fun, and educational. More than the fun and adventure that sailing can bring, kids benefit in lots of ways from their youth sailing programs.

Max Ebb: Heady Advice

"There's one thing I can count on when I sail on a boat that's venturing offshore for the first time: The head will break. Or become hopelessly clogged.

Racing Sheet

Molto Midwinters this month, from Corinthian YC to Golden Gate, Encinal, Oakland, Island, Sequoia, Monterey and Berkeley YCs and RegattaPRO. We also report on the California Dreamin' Match Race Series and US Sailing's annual awards, and we preview the America's Schooner Cup.

World of Charter

This month we hear from Art Hartinger of the Jack London-based Pied-a-Mer on a birthday present charter of a Moorings 5000 in the British Virgin Islands.
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