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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.
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How many times has nature altered your eye’s perception and sculpted an image that is out of the ordinary?
The splintering wood sound was followed by some high-pitched and high-volume human voices issuing sail handling instructions, dispensed with much urgency.
The game is the way baseball should be played — pitches every 10 seconds, no strikeouts, women are always safe, and there are 25 to 35 people on the field, some of them making out or enjoying lunch.
Legendary sailors gathered this weekend for the National Sailing Hall of Fame induction ceremony held for the first time at the old Newport Armory building.
Discover San Francisco Bay and all that inspires those of us who live or visit here.
October 1-3 was an ’80s retro weekend with big hair, shoulder pads, corduroy OP shorts and the Express 37 Nationals.
Ron Holland has designed some of the world’s most successful race boats, but is just as happy to be out weekend sailing with friends.
Neal Doten and Davis Sitzer have each found a Golden Ticket in their October issue of ‘Latitude 38’ — a classic case of “independent random events.”
Last weekend’s annual Women’s Sailing Seminar was held in classic Bay Area, fall weather. In other words, perfect conditions.