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By Carina Becker Editor’s note: On June 21, 2016 seven members of the Young American Junior Big Boat Sailing Team were among the very first finishers of the 50th running of the Newport Bermuda Race. Sailing High Noon, a Tripp 41 on loan from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Sailing Foundation, these remarkable sailors (ages…
SlipShare is a free app that makes same-day booking seamless for boaters and the marinas they visit. Once registered users have entered their boat’s specifications, SlipShare provides availability and pricing for nearby marinas.
The Newport Bermuda Race has long been well known for the variety of the challenges it throws at sailors.
A large group of classic sailboat owners have formally come together to create and support the newly formed Classic Yacht Owners Association (CYOA), which will be based out of Newport, Rhode Island.
Pantaenius America Ltd., a premiere provider of U.S. yacht insurance headquartered in Harrison, NY, is now offering coverage for American yacht owners who wish to take their boats to Cuba.
Quantum Key West Race Week has reached an agreement with the Waterfront Brewery in Key West, FL to host all shoreside activities for the 30th anniversary edition of regatta, scheduled for January 15-20, 2017.
By Cooper Nefsky The Commodore Law Trophy, one of junior sailing’s oldest regattas, was hosted by Indian Harbor Yacht Club in Greenwich, CT on June 27 & 28, 2016 and saw a variety of conditions from champagne to drifting. Throughout the regatta the atmosphere was buzzing, as the Law Trophy signals the start of the…
Team Patriot is this year’s top fundraiser, donating over $6,000 to Hospice. Pictured at the Mega Party at Mystic Shipyard are ( l – r) Gowan McCavity, Paul Phillips, Sean Burridge, Toby Halsey, Courtney Moore, Carol Mahier (Executive Director of Center for Hospice Care), Tom Longo, Skip Whitaker and Dave Doyle.
This is the thirteenth installment in a series of dispatches from the Rath family (Colin & Pam, daughters Breana, Mariel and Nerina), who departed Stamford, CT in the fall of 2014 for a worldwide cruise aboard their Hanse 545 Persevere.
As the Director of Watercraft Programs at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, Shannon McKenzie is responsible for the operating vessels at the Museum including schooner Brilliant, the boathouse livery fleet, and the launches.