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What’s New for 2019

By Chris Szepessy

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United States SailGP Team Five very talented American sailors comprise the United States SailGP Team, who’ll be competing against five other international squads in the inaugural SailGP season. Billed as “sailing redefined,” SailGP was created “to engage and excite global sports fans year-round in a supercharged, fast-paced version of sailing aimed at increasing its mainstream…

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What’s New for 2018

By Chris Szepessy

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From exciting educational opportunities and the builder of some of the loveliest boats on the water being acquired by a marine industry veteran to the return of a favorite biennial race week, new partners for the longest offshore race in the Western Atlantic and the announcement of a campaign to bring the America’s Cup back…

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What’s New for 2017

By Benjamin Cesare

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What’s new for 2017: Block Island Race Week, Warrior Sailing, SailAhead, Marion Bermuda, Oakcliff, Offshore Sailing School, clean regattas, NESS, Moorings, BVI Airways, Lake Champlain Sailing, Safety at sea videos, One Simple Question

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What’s New for 2016

By Chris Szepessy

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From an exhibition building at the Museum of America and the Sea and a scholarship that will provide sailing opportunities for young women to a professional match racing event in high performance boats, a youth trophy at North America’s premier winter regatta, the return of America’s Cup racing to New York Harbor and more, there is much to look forward to this year!

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What’s New for 2015

By Chris Szepessy

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There are plenty of exciting things on the horizon for Twenty-fifteen, including a new ocean racing series, a new multi-format regatta, new initiatives for both a venerable distance race and the 50th anniversary of a popular race week, the restoration of an historic ship, a gorgeous new runabout and more…

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