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If May taught us one thing, it is that sailing is back in a big way. We are beyond thrilled to see so many of you out sailing with smiling faces.
Did you get out sailing in April? Take a look at the photos submitted by our readers, the real sailors who make our community so amazing.
George Scott and his crew entered their first OYRA race together aboard s/v ‘Freyja’, and they had a blast!
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?
Real photos from real sailors, every month.
We hope you enjoy our new Sailagram feed full of photos submitted by our readers, the real sailors that make our community so amazing.
One Month Free on Brand New Boat Docks in Marina Del Rey!
The tricky part is keeping the mast straight along the centerline of the boat. On a Flicka, and many others, this means creating a bridle on each cap shroud to keep tension on the mast as it comes down.
If you can’t get on a boat, the riprap by the St. Francis YC is a great place to find a comfortable rock, pull out the telephoto lens, and enjoy the show.
In the midst of a two-week tour of Tasmania, we found a sailor with fond memories of his two-week stay at the Tiburon docks in 1972.
Ryan was not really sure what to expect, but he assumed that there would be tons of wind off the coast. When there wasn’t, he looked to the more experienced crew to gauge how to react.
When you post your club’s cruising plans you’ll be adding your pin to the map, and you, and all club members who sign up on the Summer Sailstice website, become eligible to win prizes.
Who among us can honestly say they’re not mesmerized by the spectacle of an old sailboat being broken up by the relentless machines?
If heading to the Delta is on your summer calendar, make sure you stop by beautiful Owl Harbor. Don’t miss their annual Nautical Swapmeet on August 21st to find boating treasures of all kinds.
Wanted: US Coast Guard-licensed captains for charters and private lessons. For power & sail. Hourly rate from $50 up. Weekend and weekday work available.
Thirty-three wing foilers raced a modified slalom course on Friday, June 4.