WATCH: Atlantic Cup Kids Day

Kids learn about ocean conservation from Sailors for the Sea, how to tie knots, climb the mast, the day in the life of a sailor, and much more at Atlantic Cup Kids Day in Charleston, SC. Watch the video courtesy of the Atlantic Cup, presented by 11th Hour Racing.
Learn about the fun and excitement of sailing, safety at sea and the environment by downloading the education guides from the Atlantic Cup, presented by 11th Hour Racing. Explore water, land, and sea and how they interact while gaining respect for the for the world around us and learn more from Atlantic Cup Kids.
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