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Pondering the future of Scuttlebutt

Published on June 15th, 2022

by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News The proverb ‘All Good Things Must Come To An End’ is rooted in the 14th century, and while I don’t know if they were talking about popsicles or the calm ... Read More


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Sailing Calendar: June 2022

Published on May 31st, 2022

Photographer Cory Silken provides us with a computer monitor calendar for the month of June 2022. Click here to open the image, then put your cursor over it, right click to open the drop down menu ... Read More


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Qualifying continues for SSL Gold Cup

Published on June 29th, 2022

The road to determine the best sailing nation continues for the 32 lower ranked teams, with ten already having punched their ticket to the SSL Gold Cup Finals. Vying for one of the 16 slots available ... Read More


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Sailing needs to be rethought

Published on June 29th, 2022

by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News I don’t know when it started, but US Sailing has been permitting private coaching at their US Youth Sailing Championships. I was surprised at this, as it added cost and ... Read More


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Missing couple explain what happened

Published on June 28th, 2022

The USA couple at the center of a Coast Guard search in the Atlantic Ocean are safely back at home – and they made it all on their own to Virginia Beach, VA. Sixty-eight-year-old Yanni Nikopoulos ... Read More


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Para Kiteboarding delivers the sizzle

Published on June 28th, 2022

With Alpine Skiing and Snowboard events at the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games, solutions exist for disabled athletes to compete. As World Sailing seeks for its sport to be re-introduced to the Paralympic Summer Games, the ... Read More


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Morphing youth sailors into adult sailors

Published on June 28th, 2022

Dawn Nelson shares this case study of one skipper and four youth sailors, and how their combined efforts on a Texas lake has contributed to the future of the sport. The 41st Annual Dallas Race Week ... Read More


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Giving women confidence to continue

Published on June 28th, 2022

Part of the success of the J/105 Class has been its inclusion of women in its ranks. The majority of teams across North America have, or have had, women sailors as integral crew members, including as ... Read More


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Successful at just being himself

Published on June 28th, 2022

As a yacht designer, Doug Peterson emerged during a dynamic period in the sport, and his custom and production boats changed how hulls went through the water. Now inducted into the America’s Cup and US National ... Read More


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Sustainable superyacht of the future?

Published on June 27th, 2022

Forbes is famous for assessing wealth, which means Senior Contributor Bill Springer focuses on expensive boats. And as Robin Leach once famously said, “Nobody would watch Lifestyles of the Poor and the Unknown,” so it’s a ... Read More


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Rudder-munching Killer Whales

Published on June 27th, 2022

The first edition of the Globe40, an eight leg round the world race for doublehanded Class40 teams, got underway June 26 in the Bay of Tangier. Here’s the day two report: (June 27, 2022) – While ... Read More


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Reflecting on 125 years of US Sailing

Published on June 27th, 2022

In November 2021, Rich Jepsen was introduced as the new US Sailing President, beginning a three-year term as Chair of the Board. In this report, Jepsen reflects on the organization’s history as he guides the sport ... Read More



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