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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.

Hannah, Hoping to Crew on the Ha-Ha

By Richard | October 8, 2008

Hannah, who’d like to find a berth on a Ha-Ha boat, at the helm while sailing off Spain.Hannah Knipple© Latitude 38 Media, LLC Still looking to crew on the Ha-Ha? Then you’re in the same boat — ahem — as Hannah Knipple, who graduated Pre-Med from Trinity College last year. Knipple had planned to live…

Hurricane Headed for Baja

By Richard | October 8, 2008

Hurricane Norbert is 600 miles off Baja right now but is predicted to take a sharp right turn at Bahia Santa Maria. © NOAA Category 3 Hurricane Norbert, which will pack winds of 110 knots, has formed off the coast of Mexico. Although still 600 miles from land, current projections have him making a nearly…

Leukemia Cup Pulls in Record Donations

By Richard | October 6, 2008

With a 113 boats, Atlantide, and Maltese Falcon, Raccoon Straits was a busy place for Sunday’s Leukemia Cup. © 2008 Peter Lyons Despite very challenging economic times — you don’t want to even check the markets this morning — local sailors and supporters stepped up to help battle leukemia. Last year the San Francisco YC-hosted…

A Once in a Lifetime Sail

By Richard | October 6, 2008

Falcon has spectacular curves, both aloft and in the superstructure. Unlike most large yachts, she has a high ratio of open deck space, making her look unusually graceful. latitude/Richard©2008 Latitude 38 Media, LLC "It was one of the greatest days of my life," said Lourdes Livingston, wife of Sail Magazine editor Kimball Livingston, after her…

Clues Found in Mystery Collision

By Andy Turpin | October 6, 2008

The disappearance of Southern California powerboaters Henry Sanchez and Penny Avila late Wednesday night still remains a mystery, despite several days of searching by Coast Guard rescue divers and other resources. Sanchez, 51 — who is the brother of California Congresswomen Loretta and Linda Sanchez — and Avila, 48, left Alamitos Bay, near Long Beach,…

Fossett’s Plane Found

By Rob Grant | October 3, 2008

Sailor/adventurer Steve Fossett’s fate has been a mystery for nearly a year. © Media Pro Nearly 11 months to the day since adventurer Steve Fossett disappeared, the remains of the single engine plane he was flying at the time have been found in the Eastern Sierra’s Minaret Range near Mammoth Lakes. Remains of the Bellanca…

Support Today’s Vote On The Bail-Out Bill

By Richard | October 3, 2008

Gotta love that bailout. Now all we have to decide is whether our new Hummer should be yellow or red. latitude/Christine© Latitude 38 Media, LLC Today there will apparently be a historic second vote in the House on the bailout bill for Wall Street and some say Main Street. Like everybody else, we have no…

Leukemia Cup Sunday

By Rob Grant | October 3, 2008

In last year’s event several 1D35 skippers, including Mario Yovkov (standing), had leukemia survivors onboard as crew. © David Dibble If you haven’t yet entered in Sunday’s XOJET Leukemia Cup, you still have until Sunday at 10 a.m. to enter. With more than 100 entries already, and over $300,000 raised last year, the Bay Area…

Where to Find Slips in San Diego

By Andy Turpin | October 3, 2008

Hundreds of sailors – some more spirited than others – are arriving in San Diego, and many are eager for temporary berths. latitude/Andy© Latitude 38 Media, LLC With the start of the 2008 Baja Ha-Ha rally just three weeks away, the 180-boat fleet is now trickling into San Diego Bay, having bid goodbye to homeports…

Franks Tract Project

By LaDonna | October 3, 2008

If you enjoy sailing up to the Delta, a proposed project to improve water quality and fish habitat may affect your future plans. "The Franks Tract Project . . . involves installing operable gates to control the flow of water at key locations to limit the movement of fish and higher salinity water into Franks…