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San Francisco skyline

Take a Glimpse at San Francisco’s New Skyline

By John Arndt | October 18, 2021

How many times has nature altered your eye’s perception and sculpted an image that is out of the ordinary?

Fleet Week Air Show and Sailboats — What a Way to Spend the Weekend!

By Monica Grant | October 11, 2021

The US Navy’s Blue Angels and a variety of aircraft blazed across the sky over San Francisco Bay for the 2021 Fleet Week Air Show.

Sailagram Feature

Sailagram: A Snapshot of September Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | October 6, 2021

Didn’t think we’d forgotten about September’s Sailagram, did you?

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.

Photo of the Day: Grace Quan

By LaDonna | October 22, 2007

Today’s Photo of the Day is of the rustic and lovely Grace Quan. While Grace looks as old and salty as the sea itself, the 42-ft replica of a traditional Chinese shrimping junk was actually launched in 2003 at China Camp State Park. One of the most eye-catching boats on the Bay, Grace lives half…

Spithill and Coutts Racing on the Bay

By Richard | October 22, 2007

If you were out on the Bay this weekend, you might have noticed two BMW Oracle Swedish Match Racing Boats out sailing, looking as if they were practicing match racing starts. We couldn’t help but notice that James Spithill, helmsman of Luna Rossa in the last America’s Cup, was at the helm of one boat,…

Strong Winds Off Northern Coast of Baja

By Richard | October 22, 2007

"We tried to sail from Ensenada to San Diego yesterday, and ran into 40-50 mph easterly winds off of Bajamar about 11 a.m., and had to turn back," reports John Howard. "It was a bit much for my 30-year-old Hunter 30! I made it back to Ensenada safely, although it took us about two hours…

Class Acts at the Jessica Cup

By John Riise | October 22, 2007

You don’t get much more classic – or classy – than Terry Klaus’s Brigadoon. latitude/JR©2007 Latitude 38 Media, LLC Twenty seven boats in five divisions enjoyed spectacular fall racing in the Jessica Cup over the weekend. A sort of mini version of the annual Master Mariners Regatta (held every Memorial Day), the Jessica Cup is…

Free Pelican Rides

By | October 19, 2007

The folks at the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park, dedicated to teaching sailing and seamanship skills, as well as keeping maritime traditions alive, are offering free rides on Pelicans at Aquatic Park tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fly around on a Pelican tomorrow at Aquatic Park. latitude/LaDonna© Latitude 38 Media, LLC If…

Be a Ha-Ha Hero

By Andy Turpin | October 19, 2007

There are only two ways to get an official Baja Ha-Ha tattoo: Participate in the event, or fly down to Cabo with a bunch of Latitudes – thus becoming an instant Ha-Ha hero! latitude/Andy©2007 Latitude 38 Media, LLC Is anyone out there flying down to Cabo to rendezvous with the Baja Ha-Ha XIV fleet? If…

Mini Transat

By | October 19, 2007

And they’re off! Leg 1, from France to Portugal, is 1,100 miles while Leg 2, from Portugal to Brazil is 3,100 miles. © 2007 Pierrick Garenne / Grand-Pavois The 89 entrants in the 16th Transat 6.5 Charente-Maritime/Bahia de Madère – a.k.a. the Mini Transat – are making their way to Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, from…

Female Speed Sailing World Record

By LaDonna | October 19, 2007

You can call Sjoukje Bredenkamp fast but don’t call her easy. The 19-year-old South African kiteboarder has worked hard to become the fastest female speed sailor in the world, a feat she accomplished on Tuesday in Luederitz, Namibia. Sjoukje Bredenkamp is the fastest wind-powered babe in the world. Sjoukje Bredenkamp© Latitude 38 Media, LLC Bredenkamp,…

Jessica Cup this Weekend

By John Riise | October 19, 2007

One of the great annual sailing spectacles on San Francisco Bay is the Master Mariners Regatta, held every Memorial Day weekend. But it’s certainly not the only event on MMBA’s calendar, and it’s not the only chance to see classic yachts in action. There is also the Jessica Cup held in the fall – this…

Where are the Vacant Berths in Mexico?

By Richard | October 19, 2007

If you’re taking your boat to Mexico and need a berth, there are limited options, and you need to get on top of it right now. Here’s our review, with the information being good as of today: THE CAPE Marina Cabo San Lucas – Starting at noon on November 8, all the vacant slips will…