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Back in the 1960s, while anchored on our family boat in Catalina’s Cherry Cove, my brother John would wish he was at the nearby Camp Cherry Valley Scout Camp. It is located two coves north of Two Harbors, and when he was camping there with his Boy Scout troop, he wished he was in a boat anch… Read more

When the Fred Hall Show was in town last month, I went to crawl on boats, wiggle lures, cast rods and try everything out. It was an outdoorsman version of tire kicking — back in the good old days before social distancing. Read more

Good things come to those who wait. This summer and fall are going to be chockfull of so many great events. Sure, we keep hearing about all the regattas and other events that are kiboshed — but it just means the months ahead will be action-packed. Read more

Last Friday, Feb. 14, corks were popping at Alamitos Bay YC — and club members were celebrating more than the romance of Valentine's Day. Homegrown Long Beach sailor Riley Gibbs and his teammate Anna Weis had qualified for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad. Read more

Friday, April 24, marks the start of the yearly 125-nautical mile Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race (N2E), where competitors make the choice to head off-shore for stronger winds or to sail the rhumb line towards the finish. The right choice can make the difference come trophy time. Read more

Alamitos Bay Yacht Club hosted the Sabot Junior Invitational last weekend. The regatta takes place in conjunction with the Southern California Yachting Association Racing Association (SCYYRA) North Series. There were 64 boats completing in five fleets, with seven competitors registered from … Read more