Real Photos from Real Sailors Monthly
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August was full of sailing joy for so many people! Thanks to everyone who shared their photos.
June’s Sailagram feed is full of photos sent in from our community out sailing.
Thank you to all the sailors who sent in photos from their time on the water in May. One of our favorite things is to see so smiling faces.
April was an amazing month for many sailors, seriously you all are awesome! This month’s feed is full of fun photos of sailors of all ages enjoying time on the water. Did you miss out on having your photo featured this month? Send your sailing photos to [email protected] to be included in our next Sailagram.
Did you get out sailing in March? Judging from the number of submissions this month a lot of people got out sailing, and we could not be happier about it.
Did you get out sailing in February? 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. Do you want to be included in next month’s Sailagram feed? Send your photos to [email protected]
See the beauty of sailing from the behind the lens of the West Coast sailors — a month’s worth of photos taken by our readers.
December marked 12 months for the Sailagram feed we introduced in January 2021. As we head into a new year of sailing, please keep sending us your photos!
Sailors were out in force across November, and as a result, we have dozens of photos of happy, smiling sailors doing what they love!
Ah, the majestic sea lion, nature’s lethargic, barking pile of blubber, who — like a pack of sun-starved, snowbird tourists — can turn docks into lounge chairs and laze in the sun for hours. Sure, this might be an unflattering description of one of God’s creatures (both sea lions and tourists), but there’s no doubt that pinnipeds and sailors’ habitats have a tendency to overlap. How close is too close?
Dale Land and his wife Michelle appear to have had a great summer sailing in Riccione, Italy.
There are a lot of racing-miles behind all the great stories told by the racers featured in the past year of Good Jibes. We look forward to more racing and racing guests in 2023.
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Pam Rorke Levy and Matt Brooks looked forward to ending the summer season at IYRS’s Newport Classic Yacht Regatta.
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In May, ‘Margaritaville at Sea Paradise’ set sail from Palm Beach to Grand Bahama, marking the launch of Jimmy Buffett’s Margarita at Sea cruise line. “To me, the only thing better than being on a beach by the ocean, is to be on the ocean.”
Twenty-six volunteers, including island residents and crew from the Cal Sailing Team, collected 40 bags of trash along Clipper Cove’s waterfront.