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Singles Under Sail is an active group of over 40’s who love the water. Our members range from novice to licensed captains. Some have been in the club for 30 years, others are “brand new”. What they have in common is their desire to sail, to meet new friends, and to be actively involved in learning and participating (as well as having fun!)
A poem by Storm Trysail Club LIS Station Captain Buttons Padin
Disco Volante, Co-Captains Wim Jessup and Martin van Breems and crew members Mike McCormick and Brad Freeman, received Meritorious Public Service Awards from the Commandant of the United States Coast Guard for their courageous actions to save nine people from an overturned motor vessel in Buzzards Bay.
Norwalk Yacht Club’s Junior Sailing program
An abundance of water toys is vital for keeping kids engaged on a multi-day cruise. Brad Read, cruising in company.
Volvo Ocean Race Sustainability Led by legendary ocean racer Dee Caffari, Turn the Tide On Plastic is a coed, youth-focused team with a powerful message.
Sailors for the Sea, a Newport, RI-based ocean conservation organization that engages, educates, inspires and activates the sailing and boating community, and Oceana, the world’s largest international conservation organization focused solely on protecting and restoring the world’s oceans, are joining forces.
The 17th Annual Women’s Sailing Conference, a program of the National Women’s Sailing Association, will be held on Saturday, June 2, 2018 at Corinthian Yacht Club in Marblehead, MA.
Sailors from the Northeast, including Rich Wilson of Boston, MA, Scott and Kitty Kuhner of Rowayton, CT and Robert E. Drew of Guilford, CT, are among the Cruising Club of America’s (CCA) 2017 award recipients.
Twenty-eighteen marks the 80th Anniversary of the Storm Trysail Club. The founding of the club began during the 1936 Bermuda Race, when a group of sailors set off on the schooner Salee. The ’36 race was bad, one of the worst in the history of the event.