"A stirring and magical addition to any ship's library." -- SAIL, August, 1998
"We've said it before and we'll say it again: the best book, bar none, on San Francisco sailing is Kimball Livingston's Sailing The Bay. Those of you who lost out on finding rare used copies (we jealously guarded ours) will be happy to know that Livingston's pole-on-the-headstay prose in the new edition captures our sport and passion as no other book has." -- Latitude 38, June 1998
From the Author
There are three rules of sailing: Starboard has right of way over port, leeward has right of way over windward, and when somebody says, `Heads up', put your head down.