"The Beat" - Episode 5: Wherever the Wind Takes You
Katy Nastro takes you off the traditional sailing path from Martha's Vineyard in this week's episode of "The Beat". Katy takes a lesson in Kiteboarding with Rob Douglas, one of the fastest sailors in the world. And it's all about fun and games, as Katy gets wet and wild with the kids from the Vineyard Haven Yacht Club "Reachers" summer program that sets the standard in creative youth sailing.
Published on Jul 22, 2015 by http://www.ussailingthebeat.com/
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