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December marked 12 months for the Sailagram feed we introduced in January of 2021. As we head into a new year of sailing, please keep sending us your photos!
Many Bay Area sailors took advantage of sunshine and sailing to make for an idyllic Thanksgiving holiday.
Sailors were out in force across November, and as a result, we have dozens of photos of happy, smiling sailors doing what they love!
October was jam-packed and felt as if it flew by. It kicked off with Fleet Week and finished off with the Baja Ha-Ha Kick-Off Party, with lots of great sailing in between.
The Owl Harbor crew typically dress in theme, and this year it was down the yellow brick road with the Wizard of Oz
Fog and fog photos continue to roll into the Bay.
How many times has nature altered your eye’s perception and sculpted an image that is out of the ordinary?
Didn’t think we’d forgotten about September’s Sailagram, did you?
We have stacks more photos, but not enough time or space to share them all here.
Discover San Francisco Bay and all that inspires those of us who live or visit here.
The skippers’ meeting for the Three Bridge Fiasco will be held via Zoom tonight at 7:30 p.m.
In this week’s episode, hear how to teach other women how to sail, be a calming presence on the water, what it’s like to compete for your country in the Olympics, and much more …
Ryan Finn and Jzerro, his 36-ft proa, left New York on January 12 bound for San Francisco on the Gold Route.
Our sailing magazine friends at Good Old Boat asked for information about a sailboat. We decided to get on board and share the photo.
The perfect sailor’s job: 29 days off every month! This is a one-day-per-month position to deliver ‘Latitude 38’ magazines to our Bay Area distributors.
Westwind Yacht Management: Professional yacht care, with personal service.
According to the Lloyds Register of American Yachts, the Santa Barbara Yacht Club was formed in 1872, and is the second-oldest yacht club on the Pacific Coast.
What do you do when your aging sailboat hardware needs rebuilding or replacing? What if the manufacturers no longer make it or its components, or they no longer exist themselves?
The initial plan was to ship ‘Andiamo’ back to the Bay on a freighter, but when a longtime friend convinced Paul to sail back, the adventures began.