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The Beehive Queen herself, the incomparable Christine Ohlman and her band Rebel Montez had the crowd buzzin’ at the second annual Mystic Blues Festival.
Mystic Seaport in Mystic, CT is planning to hold an event to welcome the whaleship Charles W. Morgan home to the museum on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at 5:30 pm.
Sails Up 4 Cancer is a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research in the education, prevention, and cure for all types of cancer through the art and enjoyment of sailing.
Rhode Island’s “home team” in the upcoming Volvo Ocean Race (VOR), Team Alvimedica, has confirmed seven of the eight sailors on their roster for the ‘round-the-world race, as well as the On-Board Reporter (OBR).
The SV Mystic, a 180-foot USCG certified and inspected three-masted square topsail schooner, will carry out OHPRI’s schedule of teen summer camps and voyages for adults during 2014.
…but the real beauty comes from the motion of the birds, the clouds, and the dolphins, on a sea and sky so vast no lens can capture the complete picture. Shared with friends, new and old, even better. So gear up your little boat, or crew on another, but get out there and experience the wonder we call cruising. It can’t be captured on film or in words – you must be there!
To honor Dennis’ (Peterlin) memory, his family organized a regatta and dinner to benefit The Suites at Yale-New Haven Patient and Family Support Fund.
The ninth biennial New York Yacht Club Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex comprised two parts, with racing on Narragansett Bay and Rhode Island Sound. Part I, “Classics Weekend,” was sailed on July 12 & 13, 2014 with racing for spinnaker and non-spinnaker classic yachts, Herreshoff S Class, and 12 Metres. Part II, for One-Design and Handicap classes, was held July 16-19, with 73 teams competing in Swan 42, J/109, J/44 and Marstrom 32 one-design classes, three IRC divisions and one PHRF division.
Family-run boatbuilding company Sarins Båtar Oy Ab, headquartered in Kokkola, Finland, has changed the name of their rugged boats from Minor Offshore to SARGO.
Terrapin Racing has surpassed its fundraising goal of $50,000, with $66,285 (and counting) raised for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Co-skippered by Jon Litt and Paul Dunay and sailing out of Riverside Yacht Club in Riverside, CT, Terrapin Racing is dedicated to creating awareness of this important cause in the sailing community.