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Sailagram: A Snapshot of April Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | May 5, 2023

Although April still had some crazy wet weather, we were able to get out on the water a little and enjoy the variety that comes with sailing.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of March Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | April 3, 2023

Despite all the wet and wild weather March threw at the West Coast, our community still managed to get out and get their sails up. 

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.

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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.

Coville Out, Joyon Gaining Pace

By Rob Grant | January 7, 2008

Just minutes after setting a new 24-hour solo record, an encounter with an unidentified floating object forced Thomas Coville’s 105-ft trimaran Sodeb’O to retire from its singlehanded round-the-world attempt. After covering 619 miles at an average speed of 25.8 knots, Coville reports he was down below when he felt the boat slow dramatically — no…

Mighty Storms Ravage Bay Area

By Andy Turpin | January 7, 2008

Looking south towards Angel Island from the Corinthian YC race deck: At high tide the storm surge could barely be contained. latitude/John A.© Latitude 38 Media, LLC The full force of Mother Nature’s fury was felt throughout the San Francisco Bay Area last Friday and Saturday as torrential rains and hurricane-force winds lashed the region.…

More on Darla Jean

By LaDonna | January 7, 2008

When we receive reports of boats washing up on distant shores, we do our best to verify as many facts as possible but often must rely on eyewitness reports. Unfortunately, we are sometimes given inaccurate or incomplete information, as was apparently the case with Darla Jean. In the January issue of Latitude 38, we reported…

Christmas and New Year’s in Mexico

By Richard | January 4, 2008

"Frosty and Patti of Angel Fish organized a Christmas potluck for about 75 of us cruisers at the Barra Country Club Golf Course, and then Bill Lloy and Moira Taft of Fancy Free put together a New Year’s Brunch," reports Charles Lane of the San Francisco-based Tayana 37 Shamari. "The Christmas event was in particular…

“Oh My God, I’m Sinking!”

By Richard | January 4, 2008

It’s never good when your ‘high water’ alarm sounds. And especially not good when it sounds while you’re singlehanding 500 miles south of Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Ocean. But that’s the situation Mike Harker of Southern California found himself in aboard Wanderlust 3, his Hunter Mariner 49, just before the end of the…

Any Ladies Looking for Sailing & Romance?

By Richard | January 4, 2008

Normally, we avoid matchmaking like the plague, but every 30 years or so we give it a try. This is one of those times. In addition to sailing, Marc’s idea of fun include 10 to 15-mile hikes. latitude/Richard©2008 Latitude 38 Media, LLC Marc Hachey, 54, of Auburn has been cruising his Peterson 44 Sea Angel…

Thomas Coville Makes a Big Comeback

By LaDonna | January 4, 2008

Thomas Coville, who had a rough start to his own assault on Ellen MacArthur’s solo circumnavigation record and who was thought by some to be out of the running, has made a tremendous comeback in the last few days aboard his 105-ft trimaran Sodebo. A high pressure system just off South Africa forced Coville to…

Rosebud Wins Rolex Sydney Hobart

By Richard | January 2, 2008

With the last of the 79 entries having finished or dropped out of the 605-mile Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Roger Sturgeon’s new Farr STP65 Rosebud was declared the corrected time winner.  As such, he joins Ted Turner, who won the event in ’72 with American Eagle, and Jim Kilroy, who won it with Kialoa…

Sailing in the New Year in the Caribbean

By Richard | January 2, 2008

The magic of St. Barth – one day you don’t know anybody, the next day you’re sailing to windward in 30 knots aboard a yacht like Altair, a spectacularly restored 130-ft gaff ketch designed and built by Fife in 1911. latitude/Richard©2008 Latitude 38 Media, LLC You know how, famously, there is no "second place" when…

AC Action in October?

By Rob Grant | January 2, 2008

With the recent court ruling establishing BMW Oracle as the Challenger of Record for the next America’s Cup, Oracle sent off 2007 with a promise of a Deed of Gift challenge for October, 2008. Now it’s up to an anticipated court order to compel Alinghi — who are appealing the New York court’s November decision…