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New sailors looking to step up from sailing courses to ownership now have a place to go and an opportunity to learn the skills needed as a new owner.
SailAhead’s Take a Vet Sailing event is Saturday, August 6, 2016 at Centerport YC. For more information and to learn more about the wonderful work that SailAhead is doing to heal armed forces veterans through sailing, visit www.Sailahead.org.
In this one, I was nodding and laughing while reading Coop’s Corner, “Zen and the Art of Sailing.”
As Southeast Connecticut’s only non-profit, community-based provider of hospice and palliative care, Center for Hospice Care is reliant on community support to deliver the highest quality care to anyone who needs it, even to those who are uninsured and unable to pay.
I wanted to let you know that WindCheck has full East Coast distribution.Read Article »
I enjoy your magazine and pick it up at the West Marine store on 37th Street in Manhattan.Read Article »
When medals are awarded at the Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition in August, we won’t be surprised to see US Sailing Team Sperry athlete Louisa Chafee bringing one home to Warwick, Rhode Island.Read Article »
Comprising many aspects of Tim O’Brien’s vision, One°15 Brooklyn Marina is in equal parts town dock, sailing club, sailing school, youth sailing site and marina.Read Article »
Mystic Seaport in Mystic, CT has announced that Nicholas R. Bell has been named Senior Vice President for Curatorial Affairs, a new position at the Museum that will be responsible for the care, management, strategic development, and exhibition of the Museum’s collections.Read Article »
However, even then the water will be cold for several weeks and you need to be aware of how dangerous that can be – if you aren’t prepared and savvy. This column is about that.