Adaptive Sailing Program Considerations in a COVID-19 Environment: Starboard Portal on Tuesday, June 23:

There are many factors for community sailing centers and yacht clubs to consider before starting an adaptive sailing program or re-starting existing adaptive programming in a COVID-19 environment. A group of experienced adaptive sailing programmers will discuss these considerations LIVE on The Starboard Portal on Tuesday, June 23 at 2pm EDT / 11am PDT.

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US Sailing’s “The Beat” – Episode 7: CRAB

Portsmouth, R.I. (August 31, 2015) – In this week's episode of "The Beat", Katy Nastro takes us to Annapolis, Maryland as we highlight Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating (CRAB). CRAB's mission is to make the therapeutic benefits of sailing and the freedom it provides a reality for physically and/or developmentally-challenged individuals and their families regardless of…Read More

Porteous, Muse Win U.S. Disabled Sailing Championship

Created with flickr slideshow.     SAN DIEGO, Calif. (August 29, 2015) – Saturday's final day of racing capped a fun week of good competition and quality instruction for these inspiring athletes at the 2015 U.S. Disabled Sailing Championship, hosted by the Southwestern Yacht Club. In the end it was the team of Ryan Porteous…Read More

San Diego Welcomes 2015 U.S. Disabled Sailing Championship This Week

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (August 26, 2015) – The spirit of sailing will be in full color this week in San Diego at the U.S. Disabled Sailing Championship, hosted by Southwestern Yacht Club. Doublehanded teams will race in the Martin 16 class sailboat for the Chandler Hovey Trophy on North San Diego Harbor this Thursday, August 27…Read More

U.S. Disabled Sailing Championships Final Report

GALVESTON, Texas (November 1, 2014) - The 2014 U.S. Disabled Sailing Championships wrapped-up on Saturday under challenging conditions. The singlehanded 2.4 mR and triplehanded Sonar divisions completed two more races after a postponement this morning. Offats Bayou featured white caps and strong breezes at 18 to 26 knots. As expected, the 2.4 mR fleet came…Read More

U.S. Disabled Championships Day 2 Report

GALVESTON, Texas (October 31, 2014) – Offats Bayou was filled with top notch athletes again on Friday during the second of three days of racing at the 2014 U.S. Disabled Sailing Championships, hosted by Community Sailing Center Galveston. Charles Rosenfield (Woodstock, Conn.) put together another good strong outing on the Bayou to remain on top…Read More

U.S. Disabled Sailing Championship Day 1 Report

GALVESTON, Texas (October 30, 2014) – The 2014 U.S. Disabled Sailing Championships, hosted by Community Sailing Center Galveston, got underway Thursday on Offats Bayou following two days of development racing in Sonars. To increase participation and drive more awareness to the opportunities in adaptive sailing, US Sailing incorporated a new development regatta earlier this week.…Read More