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A Sailing Photo Collage to Get You Ready for the Weekend

By Monica Grant | September 24, 2021

We have stacks more photos, but not enough time or space to share them all here.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of August Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | September 3, 2021

We love seeing all the photos our community sends into Sailagram every month.

Bay Area Sailors Are the Best: Here’s the Proof

By Monica Grant | August 16, 2021

Keep the good times sailing!


Sailagram: A Snapshot of July Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | August 2, 2021

By the looks of the photos we received this month, Latitude Nation had a great July on the water.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of June Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | July 2, 2021

Summer officially kicked off last month and with it Summer Sailstice, the Delta Ditch Run, Singlehanded Transpac, and a whole lot more sailing. Our June Sailagram is packed full of photos from the sailors who make up our incredible community. Did you miss out on having your photo featured this month? Send your sailing photos…

Sailagram: A Snapshot of May Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | June 2, 2021

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.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of April Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | April 30, 2021

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.

April Sailing

How’s Your April Sailing Shaping Up?

By Monica Grant | April 21, 2021

George Scott and his crew entered their first OYRA race together aboard s/v ‘Freyja’, and they had a blast!

Sailagram: A Snapshot of March Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | April 2, 2021

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.

Ask Not “Where’s Waldo?” Ask Instead “Where’s s/v ‘Freedom?”

By Monica Grant | March 31, 2021

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?

What’s Missing from U.S. Yacht Racing?

By Richard | November 21, 2007

“Sis, boom, bah, jibe on their wind” . . . or something like that. © Marchin Grzeslo You have to hand it to the Chinese, they’ve got a pretty dynamic country right now. Gazillions of people are coming out of poverty, and with so many of them flush with money, they are jumping into many…

The Banderas Bay Blast is a Big Deal!

By Richard | November 21, 2007

During the Ha-Ha, Profligate showed the kind of chute-splitting skills that has John Haste quivering in his sea boots. Grace©2007 Latitude 38 Media, LLC The Banderas Bay Blast, a three-day, absolutely-nothing-serious series of fun cruiser races on the warm and smooth waters of the bay between members of the Vallarta YC and Punta Mita Yacht…

Pegasus Project Expands Horizons

By Andy Turpin | November 21, 2007

The 51-ft Pegasus was lookin’ good at last spring’s Master Mariner Regatta. © 2007 Mariah’s Eyes “In the 14 years since we started, we’ve introduced about 5,000 kids to San Francisco Bay and sailing,” explains Peter Hayes, founder of the Pegasus Project. Staffed by volunteers from the local sailing community, his organization introduces Bay Area…

Suwarrow Threatened Again

By Richard | November 21, 2007

Tranquil and unspoiled, Suwarrow has always been a favorite stop for Pacific cruisers. © 2007 Bob Bechler One of the most delightful and unspoiled places in the Cook Islands is Suwarrow. Located in the far north of the Cook Islands, this atoll lies halfway between Bora Bora in French Polynesia and Samoa, and has always…

Oil Spill Survey

By LaDonna | November 19, 2007

The oil spill on November 7 has left Bay Area residents (and politicians) asking some tough questions — How did it happen? Whose fault is it? What will be the long-term effects? Now we’d like to ask our readers some questions. How soon after the spill did you go sailing and did you notice any…

Singlar’s Fidepaz Marina is Open and Getting Great Reviews

By LaDonna | November 19, 2007

This photo of the rooftop pool and jacuzzi at Marina Fidepaz is the first one ever to not include a female member of his crew. © 2007 Bill Lilly "Having just taken a berth at the new Singlar Fidepaz Marina on the north side of La Paz," writes Bill Lilly of the Newport Beach-based Lagoon…

Attacks on American Tourists in Mexico

By Richard | November 19, 2007

In recent weeks there have been reports in both the San Diego papers and CNN on some very violent attacks on American tourists in Mexico, mostly surfers in northern Baja, but also including some RV owners elsewhere in Mexico. As such, a number of readers have inquired whether we think it’s safe to cruise south…

Atlantic Rally for Cruisers Festivities Begin

By Richard | November 19, 2007

A total of 240 yachts from 27 countries are gathering in Las Palmas a week prior to the start of the 22nd annual Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) from the Canaries to St. Lucia in the West Indies. This is a record number of boats for the granddaddy of all cruising rallies. The only West…

Marina Riviera Nayarit in La Cruz Accepting Boats

By Richard | November 19, 2007

It just looks like the new locks for the Panama Canal, but is actually the slip where the Travel-Lift will haul boats at the new Riviera Nayarit Marina at La Cruz. latitude/Richard© Latitude 38 Media, LLC Even as 600 workers toil to complete the Marina Riviera Nayarit in La Cruz — plus boatyard and fuel…

A Wealth of Info for Southbound Cruisers

By Andy Turpin | November 19, 2007

With the Central American cruising season now in full swing, current and future cruisers will be interested to note that a highly informative Yahoo Group website has been set up and is accepting new members. Many of the cruisers found in the Zihua anchorage last winter would eventually head south to Central and South America.…