Latitudes & Attitudes: Boat Reviews
Tartan 4400 Review - LATV
Season 1, Episode 1 • Educational, Short Films, Special Interest, Sports, G, 01-Jan-2005
Latitudes & Attitudes TV's Bob Bitchin reviews the Tartan 440. This model has power winches and and a lot of top draw features that make her very comfortable to live aboard and easily handled by a crew of two. Bob's test sail took place on San Francisco Bay. The boat quickly accelerated to 8 knots going to windward in 20 knots of wind.
Here is short documentary from 2018 about Tartan Yachts design and construction. https://youtu.be/vKA7HrxLxXw
Cruising World Magazine review.
This review is from Season 1 of Latitudes & Attitudes TV. Watch all five seasons, 65 episodes in all, of this iconic Sailing magazine TV series right here on Sailflix. https://www.sailflix.com/latitudes-attitudes-tv
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Sabre 426 Review - LATV
Latitudes & Attitudes TV's Bob Bitchin, reviews the Sabre 426 Another high end cruising boat on San Francisco Bay. Below, a plush roomy interior making living aboard a pleasure. Above, power winches makes light work out of raising the fully battened mainsail and trimming the headsail. In 20 k...
Tayana 37 Review - LATV
Latitudes & Attitudes does a video shoot dockside aboard a classic plastic, Bob Perry Designed Tayana 37 to the music of Eric Stone.
Here's a short video showing S/V Kalliope sailing from Bellingham to Seattle, Washington the day after the tsunami. The first shot says it all. https://youtu.b...
Island Packet 420 Review - LATV
Latitudes & Attitudes TV's Bob Bitchin, reviews the Island Packet 420 cutter. IPs have a reputation of being world class cruising boats. When introduced in the mid 2000s, the IP 420 delivered bluewater capability with creature comforts and ease of handling for a crew of two. (LATV-S1:05)