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Short Handed Sailing Practice Sessions

By Andrew Kerr The seemingly increasing demands of modern life on competitor’s time can make practice sessions very difficult to schedule with a full team – inevitably someone’s schedule does not work with the desired date. For example:  a team has a … [Read More...]


Sail1Design & US Sailing Form Partnership

Annapolis, MD - Sail1Design is pleased to be named the official job board/career center supplier, and Marketplace supplier, for US Sailing. We offer sailing’s #1 Career Center and Job Board, always chock full of incredible sailing job opportunities, from … [Read More...]


Profiles in Pro Sailing: John Mollicone

By Airwaves Writer Tyler Colvin Editor's note: John Mollicone is a classic example of a coach who also "practices what he preaches." We believe strongly in the model of a coach who keeps up with professional development by actually being out in the game … [Read More...]


2015 505 Midwinters Championship Report & Results

--FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-- 505 Class All-Stars Rumble at Midwinters St. Petersburg, Fla. — Mark Zagol (Stonington, Conn.) and Drew Buttner (Westwood, Mass.) bested the nation’s top 505 sailors to win the class’ 2015 Midwinter Championship this … [Read More...]


Beating the Cold in the Spring Season

Lydia Whiteford, Airwaves Writer All photos taken by Tufts Sailing Coach Ken Legler As hard as it is to believe with the East Coast buried in snow, the spring season for college sailing is only a couple of weeks away. While the spring brings with it the … [Read More...]


Club Profile: Little Traverse Sailors

News Flash: Little Traverse YC has a Head Race Coach position opening!About Little Traverse SailorsLittle Traverse Sailors, a 501(C)(3) charitable education organization, has been a leader in teaching youth and adults how to sail for sixty years. Our mission … [Read More...]


Class Profile: International Moth

In sailboat racing, there are several categories; handicap, one-design and development.  Handicap allows for boats of different designs to compete against each other using a rating system to calculate final times.  One-design racing uses boats of nearly … [Read More...]


Notes From New Zealand: The Javelin Skiff

Not Your Average Weekend Warrior: A look at the Javelin Skiff By Airwaves writer Sara Morgan Watters The Javelin Skiff is not your average double handed dinghy. At 14 feet this high performance, single trapeze skiff is far from a boat that will get … [Read More...]