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SailFuture: A Compelling Mission

Editors note - Once in awhile, a company comes along with a mission compelling enough to stand up and take notice. Sail1Design had 2 job posts the other day from SailFuture, and we believe this is one of those companies. Sailing is a wonderful pastime, sport, … [Read More...]


On Coaching

By Joe Cooper With summer not far off, sailing programs around the country are gearing up for their sailing lesson sessions. There will be high school sailors teaching and coaching Opti sailors, college sailors teaching and coaching high sailors and adult … [Read More...]


Club Profile: Washington College Sailing Team

The Basics about the College Welcome to Washington College, where George Washington never slept. But he did walk the streets of Chestertown, donate 50 guineas to our founding, and serve on the Board of Visitors and Governors. As the first college chartered … [Read More...]

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Cruise One-Design? Sustaining the Sport of Sailing

By Airwaves writer Tyler Colvin “The thing that is great about sailing is that it is a lifelong sport.” If I had a dollar for every time this has come up in conversation, especially when I bring up I am a sailing professional, I wouldn’t be sailing other … [Read More...]


Move Faster With The Right Cardio For Sailing

By Airwaves Writer Rachel Bennung Do you ever feel like your just not getting the spinnaker up fast enough, or you feel really exhausted after getting into a tacking duel? You do cardio, but you still feel winded sometimes while sailing? Maybe your problem is … [Read More...]


World Cup Supply: Your Source for Sailing Pinnies

World Cup Supply, a US Sailing MVP Member Benefit Partner, is proud to showcase its popular sublimated sailing pinnies. Worn by elite high school, collegiate and yacht club race and team programs and improved for 2016, World Cup Supply pinnies are an excellent … [Read More...]


Club Profile: Annapolis Yacht Club

News Flash! AYC is hiring a Full-Time Optimist Coach! AYC beginnings were in 1886 as an informal canoe club. A building was constructed two years later on a pile of oyster shells at the foot of Duke of Gloucester Street, which, in 1888, became the Clubhouse … [Read More...]


ICSA Team Race Rankings, 4/22/2016

Here they are! This will be the last ranking before our TR Nationals Preview! Sponsored by Dynamic Dollies, this is the second installment of the 2016 ICSA Team Race Rankings. Panelists include Ken Legler (Tufts University), Ward Cromwell (College of … [Read More...]


Club Profile: Sail Newport Expands!

Sail Newport expands its footprint to keep up with demand. The genesis of Sail Newport was its founding in the aftermath of the 1983 loss of the America’s Cup to the Lads from The Land Down Under. It started as an idea and a hope to keep major sailing … [Read More...]