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By Monica Grant
It’s not quite April, but no fooling, we have a new issue of Latitude 38 magazine hot off the press today, just waiting for you to come along and pick it up. Here’s a preview of what’s inside:
Starting From Scratch
If you had told me a little over a year ago that we would be living in San Diego on a sailboat preparing to go long-term cruising in Mexico, I would have laughed out loud. At the time, we were both working intense full-time jobs and living in a tiny flat in London with our dog. The quantity of things that would need to drastically change to make that reality? Now that’s a long list!
Dalton and Sydney — new sailors, new boat owners and soon-to-be Mexico cruisers.© 2021 S/V Mihaly
America’s Cup 36 — Another Day in Kiwi Paradise
The whole affair seems to have ended as quickly as it started. For all the pomp, circumstance and pageantry that surrounds the America’s Cup, the anticipation and expectation can sometimes overshadow the actual event.
But not this time, as the blazingly fast foiling AC75 Cup Class put on quite the show when the battle for the Auld Mug wrapped up in historic fashion. Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron became the first yacht club apart from New York Yacht Club to successfully defend the America’s Cup for a second time …
Blair Tuke and Peter Burling led the parade through the jubilant crowd on their way to the victory podium.© 2021 Gilles Martin-Ragetwww.martin-raget.com
Cruisers on San Francisco Bay
As COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into many people’s sailing plans, sailors have found themselves stuck at the dock and postponing travel. Many places worldwide have shut down access to entire harbors, leaving people unable to even visit their boats. For my partner Jack and me, sailing has been the only thing that hasn’t been canceled because of COVID.
Gemini anchored in Horseshoe Bay by the Presidio Yacht Club.© 2021 s/v Gemini
Plus you’ll find all your favorite regular pages: Letters, Max Ebb, Racing Sheet, Sightings and more. Plus the sailboat owners’ and buyers’ bible, Classy Classifieds
Read online, or grab your copy from your nearest distributor. Not sure where that is?
Mark Ruckman of Fortman Marina in Alameda now has the April issue on hand. Stop by to say hello and pick up your copy.© 2021 Sue Weaver
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