Still Something Southbound….

Hey all… surprising as it is, we still have space on our annual crossing of the Sea of Cortez on Novemver 10-16. This is a truly special trip, with warm weather and incredible wildlife. Captain Eugenie will be leading the trip, and she knows all the great places to go. So if you want to get away for a bit and sharpen your skills in a hands-on environment, now’s the time.
Meanwhile, Eugenie and crew are in San Diego, getting ready to depart on the Baja-Ha-Ha tomorrow!! They had a great trip down from Santa Barbara, even if the breezes were a bit lighter than they had hoped for. Pictures will be coming soon… but for now, you can reminisce with these… or clich here for the report and scrapbook from the 2007 Baja-Ha-Ha and Mexico Cruise

And remember that we are now booking al our courses (Learn to Sail, Racing Instruction, and Cruising Classes) in our beautiful Puerto Vallarta Sailing Facility

What happend next…

Ok… this is pretty cool. J/80 at speed. Man, these boats are fun to sail. An absolute blast, until, well, you know… I really want to see what happend next!


Southbound Cruising….

So our southbound cruise to Mexico leaves SF tomorrow… we still have limited spaces available on the Santa Barbara to San Diego leg, on the Baja-Ha-Ha (San Diego to Cabo), and on the Cabo to Puerto Vallarta crossing… come sailing with the Best Sailing School in America and have a great time doing it!

Drop us a note or give a call if you are interested in this!


So the new issue of Latitude 38 just hit the stands… and we are proud to say that we made the cover… and J World bowman extraordinaire Kevin Sullivan is the covergirl! Here he is doing the ‘foredeck two-step’ as our J/120 punches thru a wave at the weather mark. Sweet picture from Peter Lyons… (and scroll down for the unedited version of the shot, which we posted here a couple of days ago…)

Kevin did a great job on the pointy end while the rest of our awesome team were working back in the (somewhat) drier regions of the boat, propelling J World to third overall… see below for a more detailed report!