US Sailing Opens Registration for California US Open Sailing Series 

Registration is open for the 2023 US Open Sailing Series summer events. The three events span the coast of California and include the Olympic and Youth Worlds classes. Established in 2019, and building off the historically important Olympic Class Regattas (OCRs), the US Open Sailing Series provides a domestic regatta schedule and training platform for…Read More

French Olympic Week: A Quick Turnaround from Mallorca

The US Sailing Team is back on the water for Semaine Olympique Française “French Olympic Week” just two weeks after the Trofeo Princesa Sofía in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The two regattas are a popular combo for athletes on the campaign trail because of their proximity of timing and location, and provide vital opportunities to spar with the international fleets on the path to Paris 2024.

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Oakcliff’s America True Scholarship: Stephanie Roney

US Sailing is here to help Organization Members in many ways, one of which is to make sure they are aware of valuable opportunities in the sailing community. The America True scholarship at Oakcliff is one of those opportunities. This scholarship is reserved for Community Sailing graduates only, allowing them to take what they have…Read More

Eight Bells: Mike “Big Mike” Wagner

On March 29th, 2023, Mike Wagner set sail for eternity. His final moments were spent in the comfort of his home, surrounded by his loved ones. As he was lovingly called by the junior sailors he mentored, ‘Big Mike’ filled his 64 years to the gills, and the impact he made on his local communities…Read More

Oakcliff’s first ‘23 America True Scholarship Recipient Named: More Available

Sweta Shervegar is a high-Performance sailor, coach and a fully qualified medical doctor from Mumbai, India and is Oakcliff’s first 2023 America True Scholarship recipient. The need-based scholarship is for community sailing graduates, aged 15 years and older, wishing to attend Oakcliff training programs. Sweta started sailing at age 11 through the Community Sea Cadet…Read More

US Sailing Announces Multi-Year Partnership Extension with Gowrie Group – Risk Strategies

  BRISTOL, R.I. (February 2, 2023) – US Sailing, the national governing body of the sport of sailing, and Risk Strategies Company and its wholly owned Gowrie Group subsidiary, a leading national specialty insurance and risk management firm have announced a multi-year partnership extension to continue their support of sailors and sailing organizations in the…Read More

Eight Bells – Mary Savage

Mary Savage of Larchmont, NY, a longtime US Sailing judge and umpire and a trailblazer among women race officials, died at home on December 13 surrounded by her family.  Mary learned to sail in 1960 in a beginning sailing class for women at Larchmont Yacht Club, and five years later she was teaching the class.…Read More

West Marine US Open Series Florida Announced

US Sailing is proud to announce its return to Florida for the third annual 2023 West Marine US Open Sailing Series. Register TODAY!

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US Sailing Releases Report on Bermuda Race Sailor Overboard Incident

Bristol, Rhode Island (October 27, 2022)— Following the tragic incident that occurred during the running of the 52nd Newport Bermuda Race, US Sailing, at the request of The Bermuda Race Foundation, Inc. as the organizing authority for the race, in conjunction with the Cruising Club of America and the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, convened a panel of…Read More

US Sailing Launches Youth Performance Pathway

As part of its mission to increase sailing participation and excellence, US Sailing has released a new Youth Performance Pathway to connect youth racing sailors to “What’s Next” in the sport. The pathway is the culmination of a year-long review by a task force of experts from inside and outside of US Sailing.   “In response…Read More