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Did you get out sailing in March? It has been an incredible spring for many sailors. This month’s Sailagram feed is full of photos submitted by our readers, the real sailors who make our community so amazing.
We had a reader ask us where this photo was taken. So we decided to ask you. Where do you think the photo was taken?
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We hope you enjoy our new Sailagram feed full of photos submitted by our readers, the real sailors that make our community so amazing.
Have you tried “winging,” foiling, SUPing, or other new(ish) watersports? Do you get excited when a new trend hits the water?
Wanted: US Coast Guard-licensed captains for charters and private lessons. For power & sail. Hourly rate from $50 up. Weekend and weekday work available.
“Encinal Yacht Club had their first Spring Twilight Race on April 9,” writes Fred Fago. “It was a cool evening with a nice steady breeze.”
“I was struck by how much debris and trash existed right in the Bay and Alameda Estuary, so I began to pull trash from the waterways using just a net.”
While Morro Bay is a well-protected harbor of refuge for boats traveling north or south, it’s also a worthy destination on its own.
Ruth and Marvin were looking for a new place to have dinner one night and came across Ana Bananas. Here they found 47 Crown Royal pouches said to contain the ashes of their deceased owners.
Get to Know Jeanneau at Club Nautique in Alameda, CA. You’re invited to come and see some of Jeanneau’s best-selling models at this ‘by appointment only’ event.
Are you looking at selling your boat? Don’t delay. The May issue Classy Classified deadline is tomorrow! Thursday, April 15 at 5 p.m.
According to Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary, the third entry of “warp,” as a verb, defines it as: “to move (something, such as a ship) by hauling on a line attached to a fixed object.”
While race committees everywhere strain to set perfectly square lines and courses that create the elusive, mythical ‘fair’ sailing arena, the average Friday night race is set up to fire a gun and go, regardless of what’s out there.