by Rebecca Fenton, Posted May 25, 2010The New York Yacht Club has finalized the list of yacht clubs it plans to invite to the second running of its biennial Invitational Cup, scheduled for September 10-17, 2011. In all, the club will include 19 teams from 14 nations in the event. In addition to the NYYC team, there will be three other U.S. teams. These three teams will be selected based on their performance at a qualifying regatta
by Sarah Eberspacher, Posted August 15, 2011***Check out even more photos in our Panerai Corinthian Classic Photo Gallery***When Ted Hood steps away from a two-year racing hiatus to take part in a regatta aboard his own boat, Sea Robin, you know the boats must be pretty sweet. And I’m not talking America’s Cup-style sweet, though you can
by Sail Staff, Posted January 30, 2006There's something to be said for a woman who defied all odds and doctors, living for four years when they predicted her life expectancy to be no more than a few short weeks. That something took the form of the We Gotta Regatta, this year’s North American National Access Dinghy Championship dedicated to the memory of Dell Darby who passed away on January 11, 2006.
by Sail Staff, Posted May 28, 2008The First Women’s Title in Boston College HistoryBy Kimball LivingstonNewport, Rhode Island They came into the third and final day of racing in second place after moving up from seventh on day two—that's fast climbing, and they kept right on going. The women of Boston College moved into the overall lead on three back-to-back wins by A-Division
by Sail Staff, Posted September 22, 2008There is sadly little detailand of course, everything waits for official ratificationbut there is every reason to believe that we have a new sailing speed record of 49.84 knots set by an American, Rob Douglas, with a kite. Douglas is a windsurfer who took to kites only in June. There has been a lot of speculation that kiting development would overtake the lead of windsurfers in