Welcome to the world of sailing through the eyes of the West Coast Sailor. Each week, hear stories and tips from West Coast sailors on the topics of community, cruising, and racing. Cast off, laugh and learn, and become a better sailor. Hosted by John Arndt, Nicki Bennett, Ryan Foland, and the team at Latitude 38 - the sailing magazine for West Coast sailors since 1977! Good Jibes is brought to you by the Safe Boating Campaign, in partnership with the National Safe Boating Council and U.S. Coast Guard
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I think I’ve listened to every interview there is with Brady and Alex, but I learned even more with this entertaining and interesting interview by Nikki. What an inspiring and hard-working couple, I loved hearing about their different approach to life.
As a sailor hanging on the hook between delivery gigs I find the idea compelling however having your accountant/owner interview is maybe not the best foot forward? Bring back Richard… he was the personality of the founding mag.. he’s be awesome… one more “good grief” and a stepped on sentence makes for a water opportunity
I really enjoy these conversations and like that you mix up the hosts (Nikki is awesome!). However, I’ve noticed something that may not be a conscious choice, but strikes me as odd. You’ve only had a man interview a woman or a woman interview a man in 3 out of 21 episodes. more
Just spent 2 days at work binge listening. Great west coast sailing podcast. Love to hear stories about areas I go and those I plan to go to. Thanks for this.
The most interesting podcasts are conversations between people with chemistry, not someone flatly reading verbatim someone else’s stories. With a little effort and insight this has the potential to be something special, but this delivery falls flat. Such a disappointment!
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Good Jibes with Latitude 38 launched a year ago and published 59 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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