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Port Washington Yacht Club in Port Washington, NY has selected the North Shore Autism Circle (NSAC) as the beneficiary of their 17th Annual Charity Cup Regatta. NSAC develops programs including special needs sports leagues for tennis, soccer, baseball and basketball, peer mentoring, art and cultural arts programs, and vocational programs that provide gainful employment and meaningful work opportunities to individuals with autism
The Connecticut Marine Trades Association (CMTA) has named Kathleen Burns as its new Executive Director (August 2014).
This article is excerpted from the author’s “Sail Mai Toi” blog, in which he documents the adventures aboard his Tartan 4400 Mai Toi on the waters of Long Island Sound, coastal New England, Chesapeake Bay, Bermuda, the Bahamas and beyond.
We’re Being Boarded by the Coast Guard – Now What?
Letters to WindCheck September 2014
Mother Nature celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Ida Lewis Distance Race by sending winds up to 25 knots and big waves, challenging the record 47-boat fleet and forcing 12 to retire.
In July, sailors from the Mystic River Mudheads, Niantic Bay Yacht Club, Stonington Dinghy Club and Thames Yacht Club raced in the 25th Annual Mudhead Benefit Cup and raised funds for the Center for Hospice Care.
Thomas N. Graves’ work has become well received in the area. A resident of Stamford, CT, Tom is a longtime sailor who specializes in yacht portraits, seascapes and marine subjects of all kinds.
vineyard vines has joined SAIL BLACK ROCK sponsors Captain’s Cove Seaport and The Boat Locker for the inaugural Sacred Heart Invitational Regatta, an intercollegiate event that will be hosted by Captain’s Cove Seaport in the Black Rock section of Bridgeport, CT on September 20 & 21, 2014.
The third annual C&C Owners Northeast Rendezvous will be held in Newport, RI on the weekend of September 19 – 21, 2014. This event has enjoyed rapid growth, with about 30 boats from New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts attending last year’s rally on Block Island. Headquarters for the 2014 Rendezvous is the Alofsin Piers at Fort Adams State Park, adjacent to the Museum of Yachting.