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What Is The Great Northern Skiff Squad?
Who We Are We are a bunch of sailors who love these tricky 29ers and we are lucky enough to be supported by parents and coaches who appreciate the difficulties and rewards the little skiffs offer. About 5 years ago a few sailors in the Massachusetts and Rhode Island area graduated from Optimists and decidedContinue reading “What Is The Great Northern Skiff Squad?”
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Brazil goes over the handlebars. Training for Worlds at ABYC. 2017
Summer Sessions at RWU
Join us for sleep-away sailing camp at Roger Williams University. July 26-31, 2019 Comprehensive High Performance Sailing Camp Full pricing and curriculum details will be announced very soon. BYO 29er will be the core offering, partnering with the 2Niner skiff squad from Miami.
Miami ODP Racing Camp Offers Best of Both Worlds
BY STUART STREULI / TUESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 2016 / PUBLISHED IN OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FEATURED POST, OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT RECENT NEWS, OLYMPIC RECENT NEWS “Not only are [sailors] telling themselves to keep going, but now they have another voice—that isn’t a small whisper inside their head—telling them to ‘hike harder’ or ‘be moreContinue reading “Miami ODP Racing Camp Offers Best of Both Worlds”
Miami Try It Out Follow Up
29er The 29er class website is active (29ernorthamerican.org — including used boats). Meanwhile, the Florida 29er fleet is training regularly from the US Sailing Center Miami and would like more boats. Next event is in MiamiApril 3-4, Friday and Saturday this week, “Midwinters East”. Leandro has spots reserved for girls in the boats you sailed.Continue reading “Miami Try It Out Follow Up”
RELIANCE model at Herreshoff Museum
Those Who Can Coach
I’m giving you these comments because I have very high expectations and I know that you can reach them.
The Fruit of Success
Leaning on the McPherson Cup, wearing a Haarstick Sails t-shirt.
Woozle — My First Laser.
#89938 complete with 3:1 vang, wooden tiller, full-rig sail only. In this photo we are double-handed and keeping it flat!