Rules with Rocky: Sportsmanship & The Racing Rules of Sailing

Hello, my name is Rocky the Rule-Following Fish! Although I live under the water, I love knowing everything about rules for boats on top of the water. My glasses help me see a lot from down here. Every month I will share new information about how to act when boats meet. The rules on the…Read More

Introducing Youth Racing Central!

In collaboration with the leading voices in our sport, US Sailing brings you Youth Racing Central created to support you and your sailing goals. Youth Racing Central provides unlimited access to videos featuring racing tips and development strategies from sailing experts.

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Siebel Sailors Program Expands to Oregon and Washington

Sail Sand Point Selected as Primary Siebel Center, The Center for Wooden Boats and Gorge Junior Sailing Selected to Serve as Supporting Siebel Centers Michael Cornew - Siebel Program Coach for the Pacific Northwest Region BRISTOL, R.I. (June 30, 2020) – US Sailing’s new and growing youth development program is expanding to include the states…Read More

Rules with Rocky: Starting Line Strategies

This month we will learn about two starting line strategies: STARBOARD APPROACH and PORT APPROACH to the starting line.

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US Sailing Selects Siebel Centers in Florida

US Sailing’s new and growing youth development program is expanding to include the state of Florida. US Sailing is excited to announce the following Primary and Supporting Siebel Centers. These community sailing organizations play a large role in the development of youth sailing in the state of Florida and around the nation.

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World Sailing Announces Cancellation of 2020 Youth Sailing World Championships

On Wednesday, May 13, World Sailing announced the cancellation of the 2020 Youth Sailing World Championships that was scheduled to be held in Salvador, Brazil on December 12-19, 2020.

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Youth Sailing: Rules with Rocky: Stand-On & Give-Way Vessels

Every month I will share new information about how to act when boats meet! The rules on the water are a little different from the rules on land. Being a friendly boater and fair competitor while on the water is easy when you take a little time to read up on the rules.

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US Sailing’s Reach Initiative: 2019 Impact Report; Apply for Reach Grant by March 13

US Sailing’s Reach program has released it’s 2019 Impact Report. Launched in 2012, Reach is US Sailing’s STEM education initiative. Since it’s inception, Reach has had an immeasurable impact on youth across the country who are learning Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math concepts using sailing as an educational platform.

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2020 Youth Racing Season Preview – U.S. Junior Women’s Singlehanded & Doublehanded Championships

Welcome to the first installment of the 2020 Season Preview. In this series of articles, we will be taking an in depth look at regattas on the 2020 calendar, including US Sailing Championships, USA Junior Olympic Sailing Festivals, and Class Association regattas.

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Supporting Centers for Siebel Sailors Program Announced

US Sailing has named Supporting Centers for the Siebel Sailors Program: Alameda Community Sailing Center (Calif.), Golden Gate Yacht Club Youth Sailing Foundation (Calif.), Sheridan Shore Sailing School (Ill.), Jackson Park Yacht Club Foundation (Ill.), Sheboygan Youth Sailing Center (Wis.), Downtown Sailing Center (Md.), and Baltimore County Sailing Center (Md.)

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