We cozy up to water's edge to explore cool things to do and see. Hit the waves, hit the road with us to gain a close-up view.
Course leads contenders aside gorgeous landscapes and through challenging seascapes.
There’s a lone J/70 immediately behind and its bow splash is close enough to reach us.
Three days of competition, San Francisco's Invisible Hand earns a record 1-1-2-1-2-2-1-2-1-2 for a tally of 12.
A Bi-Sex Classic, a Screwpile and a Wham Bam: what sailors think about when inventing silly name regattas.
What do silly sailors do when they get together? Well, race of course, then make up silly regatta names, then get serious sailors to do their silly regattas.
The Race of the Classics is one of the world's largest sailing events for young people of the Netherlands.
In the last two years I’ve been lured by Key West’s turquoise waters and opportunity to create sailing photographs with backgrounds other than the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and San Francisco city front.
Here’s a new sailor's to-do item: race a small boat at the top of the world. Aside from spectacular views, Lake Dillon in Colorado experiences constantly changing wind flows and a challenging course.
Chris Ercole and his wife purchased J/109 boat Sweet Caroline in February 2013 and set about to recruit, train and develop a novice crew to race on Long Island Sound in New York. When it came time to staff up for the season, Chris made a determination to train and develop a more novice set of individuals.