US Sailing's 2013 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year Award Ceremony Watch Brian Porter and Jody Starck take the stage at St. Francis Yacht Club to formally accept US Sailing's 2013 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year Awards in San Francisco on February 25, 2014.
Windtraveler: "What is your greatest "take away" from sailing as a lifestyle and sport? The great thing about sailing is you get to do it your entire life. The great rewards are all the places you visit and the people you get to know. Thanks to racing with highly accomplished people like Ted Turner, Walter Cronkite, Herbert Von Karajan and Sam Merrick, I’ve learned many life lessons that have been beneficial in my sailing career, business career and my family life."-- Gary Jobson, the President of US Sailing
Sailing Arabia The Tour: Skipper Gavignet hungry for more success
Times of Oman
Muscat: After guiding the EFG Bank (Monaco) team to a sensational victory in the SailingArabia – The Tour (SATT), skipper Sidney Gavignet is now all set to take part in the Tour de France à la Voile later this year. Speaking to Times Sport, Gavignet ...
Volvo Ocean Race: Chinese team selects French skipper
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
“Charles is a guy at the top of his game in terms of skills and ability, and very importantly he has the ideal personality to take on the extra challenge of integrating the Chinesesailors into the rest of the crew,” he says. “He is focused on winning ...
PORTLAND: Sailing scheme continues in memory of Rod
A POPULAR “Sail for a Fiver” scheme at Portland will be able to continue for at least another three years thanks to a generous donation of £100,000. Chesil Trust has been given the money by Mrs Elma Shipley in memory of her late husband, Rod Shipley, ...
Seminole County sailors find sport on the seas of Sanford
On a sunny Sunday afternoon when a beautiful breeze is blowing, you can expect to see the sailboats of the Lake Monroe Sailing Association cruising along the calm waters of Lake Monroe. For the 50 or so members of the LMSA, this is a chance to race, ...
Sailing Vessel Sunk on Grand Canal at Shannon Harbour
Waterways Ireland advises masters and owners that a small unidentified sailing vessel is sunk in Shannon Harbour approx. 500 metres East of Griffith Bridge on the south bank. The vessel is an obstruction to navigation. The mast is lying ...
New rules for 2014 college season
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Earlier this winter, coaches from all over Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) met in Utah to discuss the new year of college sailing. What resulted was a number of changes in the rules and regulations that apply to all the teams and events ...
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