Strictly Sail

Strictly Sail shows in Chicago, Miami and Oakland, Calif., are produced by Sail America, the trade association for the U.S. sailing industry. It is dedicated to promoting the health and growth of sailing.

U.S. sailing team gears up for 2012 Olympics

With the U.S. Olympic sailing team’s arrival in London, preparations for the 2012 Olympic Sailing Regatta are under way in Weymouth and Portland, U.K. The regatta will be held July 29-Aug. 11 and 16 athletes will represent the United States across 10 Olympic events, according to US Sailing. The International Olympic Committee has designated the…more

Summer Sailstice set for Saturday

Sailboat builders are teaming up for their annual Summer Sailstice, calling upon sailors to drop everything and sail on Saturday. “On June 23rd it’s time to drop the computer, drop the emails, skip the texts and get out sailing in the real world,” said a Summer Sailstice release that includes everything from prizes to excuse…more

Massachusetts charity donates to sailing group

A Massachusetts charity recently made a $10,000 pledge to a sailing non-profit organization. Figawi Charities pledged the funds to Hyannis, Mass.-based Sail Cape Cod, a fledgling organization whose goal is to bring sailing and other water sports to the local community, including the disadvantaged and people with disabilities. “Clearly Figawi recognizes what Sail Cape Cod…more

Strictly Sail Pacific reports attendance boost

Attendance and space sales were up at the 2012 Strictly Sail Pacific boat show, which took place April 12-15 at Jack London Square in Oakland, Calif. Space sales increased by 7 percent and overall attendance was up more than 8 percent, organizers said. The four-day sailing event featured nearly 100 sailboats, gear and accessories from…more

Sailing group undergoes name change

Marking a decade of growth and an ongoing commitment to community service, the SHYC Sailing Foundation recently announced development plans and a new name to go with them: New England Science & Sailing. Its curriculum is grounded in the institution’s core values — not simply to teach sailing, but also to have students learn about…more

Magazine debuts sailing blog site

Sail magazine recently launched Sailfeed, a new blog aggregation website. Sailfeed.com, managed by Sail, features the work of seven independent bloggers in the sailing community. The blog team is made up of experts from the world of sailing, including the magazine’s executive editor, Charles Doane, and editor-at-large Kimball Livingston, as well as other well-known voices,…more

Texas boater wins sailracing contest

Sail magazine announced that Ryan Glaze of Rockwall, Texas, and the crew of his Melges 24 won its 2011 Best Around the Buoys contest and will race Jan. 15-20 in the J/80 class at Quantum Key West Race Week. Now in its second year, Best Around the Buoys is Sail’s grassroots racing initiative to reward…more

Sailing school offers 30th anniversary promotion

Approaching 30 years in business, the Florida Sailing & Cruising School and its sister division, Southwest Florida Yachts, announced a three-year promotion for boating courses and yacht charters. Barb and Vic Hansen, who started the businesses in 1984, announced that sail and power students at the liveaboard yacht school who graduate between Jan. 1, 2012,…more

Helme honored for sail industry leadership

Sally Helme, publisher of Cruising World and Sailing World magazines received the 2011 Sail magazine Industry Leadership Award for her efforts on behalf of the sailing industry. The award was presented to her by Sail magazine publisher Josh Adams, during the company’s annual lunch on the opening day of the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis,…more

Marine memorabilia auction set for Boston

More than 400 lots of yachting antiques, America’s Cup memorabilia and other maritime collectibles will be up for auction Oct. 16 in Boston. Boston Harbor Auctions is hosting the auction, which will include several lots of furniture, including wood hall tables, desks, side tables, porthole tables and gentlemen’s antiques such as globes, binoculars, clocks and…more

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