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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
John Kantor, or ‘JK’ as nearly everyone but his mother refers to him, has sailed as long as he can remember.Read Article »
but also because it seems every sailor has their share of those moments that they hold dear.
Shoreline Sailing Club sounds like a great idea.
Owners and admirers of C&C Yachts are cordially invited to the 2016 C&C Northeast Rendezvous, which will be held September 10 – 12, 2016 at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, CT.Read Article »
Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island (OHPRI) is seeking to hire licensed deckhands for its brand new 200-foot SSV Oliver Hazard Perry, which is based in Newport, RI and scheduled to sail throughout New England this summer.Read Article »
With a roster of new instructors and increasing interest in technical subjects, the 15th Annual Women’s Sailing Conference drew over 100 women to the Corinthian Yacht Club in Marblehead, MA on Saturday, June 4Read Article »
Ten Reasons to Sail Into Rockland, Maine This SummerRead Article »
This philosophy led to the creation of the Warrior Sailing Program, an official program of the USMMA Sailing Foundation in Kings Point, NY.Read Article »
This is the fourteenth installment in a series of dispatches from the Rath family (Colin & Pam, daughters Breana, Meriel and Nerina), who departed Stamford, CT in the fall of 2014 for a worldwide cruise aboard their Hanse 545 Persevere. You’ll find previous articles linked below.Read Article »
By Vincent Pica, Commodore, First District, Southern Region (D1SR), United States Coast Guard Auxiliary When I wrote in the past about the need and use of a VHF radio, I noted that if you didn’t have a radio aboard that you were risking your life over a couple of hundred dollars – it was “nutty” not to have a radio aboard. Nonetheless, many don’t! And those skippers rely on their cell phone for emergency assistance. OK, I…