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Sailagram: A Snapshot of May Sailing

By Monica Grant | June 7, 2024

As we head into summer we bring you photos of spring sailing. It wasn’t all sunshine, but it was fun!

Sailagram April 2024

Sailagram: A Snapshot of April Sailing

By Monica Grant | May 10, 2024

And now, for your viewing pleasure, we introduce … April, a snapshot of sailing and sailors everywhere.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of March Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | April 8, 2024

Spring has sprung, along with our clocks and our docklines. Sailors have been making the most of the warmer, sunny weather and enjoying the spring breezes on the Bay.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of February Sailing

By Heather Breaux | March 8, 2024

Sailing in February saw us enjoying Valentine’s Day, aka “I love sailing day,” plus some wet and wild weather and summery weather.

Sailagram: Snapshot of January Sailing

By Heather Breaux | February 2, 2024

2024 is off to a racey start! Lots of winter regatta action. Catch it here as Sailagram brings the heat to an otherwise chilly month on the S.F. Bay!

Sailagram: A Snapshot of December Sailing

By Heather Breaux | January 12, 2024

Happy post-holiday rush to you all, and cheers to a new year ahead with many days out on the water. Here are the last days of sailing in 2023 for your enjoyment.

Sailagram: A Snapshot of November Sailing

By Heather Breaux | December 4, 2023

Holiday festivities got going in earnest this month with some Thanksgiving sailing!

Sailagram: A Snapshot of October Sailing

By Heather Breaux | November 3, 2023

October was a big month: fall-themed regattas, Oktoberfest, Halloween and more!

Sailagram: A Snapshot of September Sailing

By Heather Breaux | October 2, 2023

Sailagram: A Snapshot of September Sailing

Sailagram: A Snapshot of August Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | September 6, 2023

Sailors gotta sail! Check out what your community was up to last month.

Missing Sailor Found

By LaDonna | April 6, 2009

San Francisco sailor Sean Haggerty, 39, was reported missing last week after he failed to arrive in San Diego on time. The unemployed Haggerty reportedly left the Bay a few weeks ago aboard his Ranger 26 Sea Hag to gunkhole his way down the coast to San Diego, where he had lined up a job.…

South Bay Opening Day

By LaDonna | April 3, 2009

If you sail out of South Bay, be sure to get your boat all gussied up for Saturday’s South Bay Opening Day. This is the 71st anniversary of the event, which features: Friday Evening – Buffet Dinner – Coyote Point YC Saturday – Breakfast, Lunch, Boat Parade & Exhibits  – Sequoia YC Saturday Evening – Cocktails…

AC Court Decision Favors BMW Oracle

By John Riise | April 3, 2009

On Thursday, April 2, the New York Appeals Court ruled that the paper yacht club CNEV is out, and BMW Oracle — or more accurately, our own Golden Gate Yacht Club — is the Challenger of Record for the next America’s Cup. You may recall that BMOR was the Challenger of Record for the last…

Take Your Daughter to Sea Day

By LaDonna | April 3, 2009

Following in the footsteps of the successful ‘Take Your Daughter to Work Day’, Ed Killeen of the SF Examiner has dubbed the first Sunday in April as ‘Take Your Daughter to Sea Day’. "Getting kids out on the water is the absolute first step to ensure that sailing continues to grow," he writes in his…

Aussie Sailors Lose Boat on Mexican Reef

By Andy Turpin | April 3, 2009

The young Aussie sailor in happier times. Today, she hopes to somehow get out cruising again soon. © 2009 Andrews Family The longtime cruising dreams of Australian sailor Sarah Andrews were dashed yesterday when her boat ran up on a Baja California reef, roughly 70 miles south of Turtle Bay. Only preliminary details are available…

Weekend Racing Wrap Up

By John Riise | April 1, 2009

With Monday’s ‘Lectronic Latitude dedicated to the dramatic rescue during the Doublehanded Farallones Race, we didn’t have room for our usual weekend racing review. So we bring it to you now. Note that, while the DHF experienced light and flukey breeze on the ocean for most of the day, the wind for weekend events in…

A Prelude to Earth Day

By Andy Turpin | April 1, 2009

Who says picking up trash can’t be fun? At the Bitter End’s recent Go Green event, everybody got into the spirit. © 2009 Guy Clothier Here in the U.S., Earth Day doesn’t occur until April 22. But down in the British Virgin Islands, staff and house guests of the renowned waterside resort called The Bitter…

Nautical Stimulus Package Announced

By Andy Turpin | April 1, 2009

In an effort to boost the softening marine industry, the Obama Administration announced today a nautical twist within its stimulus package. This grant opportunity is targeted to fall in line with other green initiatives, focusing on the “zero carbon” benefits of sailing.  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made the announcement this morning to a group of…

Latitude 38 – Still Cheap and Easy

By Andy Turpin | April 1, 2009

This is no joke – sailors will be racing around like wild hares today, eager to grab the new Latitude. latitude/Annie© Latitude 38 Media, LLC Although many formerly reliable institutions are coming adrift from their moorings during these troubled times, it’s refreshing to know you can still count on Latitude 38 to be free, easy…

Doublehanded Farallones Race

By John Riise | March 30, 2009

Heat Wave, along with 10 other racers, waited out the lull near Pt. Bonita and wound up rounding the rocks. Unfortunately, they didn’t finish the race. © Peter Lyons For most competitors, the 30th Annual Doublehanded Farallones Race was a bust windwise. But in the drama department, it was the ‘most listened to radio program’…