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Sailagram: A Snapshot of February Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | March 3, 2023

As we sail into spring we have a whole new Sailagram album full of photos from February’s outstanding (and some not-so-great) sailing days.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of January Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | February 1, 2023

Despite the wet January, you still got out on the water and captured your sailing life in pictures.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of December Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | January 4, 2023

It was a great year for sailing, and we want to thank everyone who contributed photos to our 2022 ‘Sailagram’ feed each month.

Sailagram Feature

Sailagram: A Snapshot of November Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | December 5, 2022

We love the sailing community, and we appreciate the photos you send us each month. And now we know how ‘Sailagram’ helps new sailors too!

Sailagram: A Snapshot of October Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | November 2, 2022

We love the sailing community! You guys are awesome and we appreciate the photos you send us each month. Check out October’s Sailagram photos. 

Sailagram: A Snapshot of September Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | October 3, 2022

Check out these great photos of our community last month, on and off the water. 

Sailagram: A Snapshot of August Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | September 2, 2022

August was full of sailing joy for so many people! Thanks to everyone who shared their photos.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of July Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | August 3, 2022

Getting people to go sailing is why we do what we do, and we want to share all the photos submitted for our July Sailagram feed.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of June Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | June 30, 2022

June’s Sailagram feed is full of photos sent in from our community out sailing.


Sailagram: A Snapshot of May Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | June 3, 2022

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.

Latest Salvos Over America’s Cup

By John Riise | November 16, 2007

Remember how great the last America’s Cup was? The close racing, the exciting TV coverage on the Versus channel, the good feeling that it was finally an event worthy of sailing’s oldest trophy? Neither do we. From now until the next Cup — whenever that may be — most AC proceedings will apparently be more…

Channel to Nowhere

By Andy Turpin | November 14, 2007

In a move which falls under the heading of "unclear on the concept" the outer (red and green) channel markers at the La Paz harbor entrance were moved west recently, apparently due to operations near the Pemex fuel facitlity. The problem? Keelboats passing between the two buoys were led directly onto a shallow shoal. Unfortunately,…

Not So Good Timin’

By Andy Turpin | November 14, 2007

As we reported on Monday, Chris Perkins’ J/105 Good Timin’ was stolen from its slip at San Francisco Marina sometime over the weekend. We are happy to announce today that Chris was reunited with his boat on Monday afternoon in Pillar Point Harbor, about 50 miles south of San Francisco. Aside from a few scuffs…

Sand in Orifices to Honor the Famous Surf Smooch

By Richard | November 14, 2007

In order to teach the onlooking Ha-Ha kids that love is preferable to violence, one of the Here To Eternity couples enters the contest arena. latitude/Richard© Latitude 38 Media, LLC We never would have suspected, but the most hard fought competition in the Baja Ha-Ha has become the Here To Eternity Kiss contest, which celebrates…

Koast to Koast Wins for Kilroy

By Richard | November 14, 2007

It hasn’t mattered which coast Samba has raced on, she’s come out on top. latitude/JR© Latitude 38 Media, LLC John Kilroy Jr., who calls San Francisco as well as Malibu home, went east to Annapolis, Maryland on November 2-4 to take top honors at the IRC East Coast Championships with his TP52 Samba Pa Ti.…

The Price of Fuel in Mexico

By Richard | November 14, 2007

The crew of Profligate fueled up at Marina Cabo San Lucas last Saturday and would like to report the following prices: Diesel was 6.63 pesos a litre or 25.11 pesos a gallon Gasoline was 7.85 pesos a litre or 29.71 a pesos a gallon The exhange rate between the peso and the dollar is about…

America’s Cup Talks Stalled

By LaDonna | November 14, 2007

Just when you thought it was safe to buy your ticket to Valencia, negotiations between America’s Cup Defender Société Nautique de Genève (SNG)/Alinghi and GGYC’s BMW Oracle have come to a screeching halt. If you’ll recall, GGYC objected to SNG’s proposed rules for the 33rd running of the world’s most famous yachting event, claiming they…

Channel Check for Mexico Cruisers

By Andy Turpin | November 12, 2007

As the enormous Baja Ha-Ha disperses for points north, east and south, the primary means of keeping in touch with newly made friends is via cruiser nets. Unfortunately, the frequencies and net times of some of the most poplulat nets have changed lately. So make note of the following, which is the latest info to…

Good Timin’ Stolen

By Andy Turpin | November 12, 2007

Well-known J/105 Good Timin’ was stolen this weekend. latitude/JR©2007 Latitude 38 Media, LLC We’ve heard many stories of boats being stolen, but to take one of the top racing boats of the Bay creates some seriously bad karma for the thief. The J/105 Good Timin’, owned by Chris Perkins, was stolen this weekend from its…

More on the Spill

By LaDonna | November 12, 2007

Someone braved the oil yesterday: Del Olsen took his new International Canoe on her maiden voyage near the Richmond YC yesterday. Richmond YC©2007 Latitude 38 Media, LLC It seems most boaters stayed off the water this weekend — some by choice, some because their marinas were boomed off — which undoubtedly helped oil recovery efforts.…