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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Knut Frostad, a native of Harstad, Norway, has served as CEO of the Volvo Ocean Race since 2008. This is his third time overseeing a Volvo Ocean Race, and he spoke with us after the finish of first leg of the 38,739 nautical mile Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15Read Article »
Peter Rich (Vice Commodore, Severn Sailing Association), Barbara Griffin (accepting for Peter Frey), Sally Lindsay Honey (accepting for Stan Honey), Bruce Cook, Arthur O’Neill, Joanne Dorval and Katie Ouellette receive 2014 US Sailing National AwardsRead Article »
As a co-founder of a successful women’s sailing program, a varsity sailing coach at an all-girls’ school and a regatta chair, Carolyn Russell of Greenwich, CT is an accomplished sailor who relishes creating opportunities for women of all ages and abilities to enjoy the sport.Read Article »
Author Sam Jefferson, one of the foremost authorities on clipper ships, tells the story of how these magnificent vessels shaped worldwide commerce and culture.Read Article »
We discuss important environmental topics on the pages of WindCheck each month. This issue, in particular, is loaded with articles with an environmental focus, and the message from each is clear: We may be on track toward healthy oceans, sounds, bays and coastlines, but we have a long way to go.
On November 3, 2014 after two days of waiting for a break in the weather, 18 well-prepared sailboats left Newport, RI to embark on a nearly 1,500 mile journey that to the Caribbean (NARC).Read Article »
After five days of intense racing in Islamorada, FL in early November, Rasmus Sayre of Vineyard Haven, MA emerged as the new World Champion in the Kona One windsurfer class.Read Article »
The National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHF) and the Chesapeake Traditional Sailing Association once again sponsored this 5th Annual Classic Wooden Sailboat Rendezvous & Race, which took place from the docks just beyond the NSHF building in September 2014.Read Article »
Especially in cold weather – it’s all about recalling RRR: rescue, recovery and re-warming.
There are several groups in Newport that were founded by people with a desire to do something about this trash in the ocean problem. I am sure there are many more, but these are four I interact with in Newport, RI.Read Article »