Rallies

SAIL's Snowbird Rally down the ICW announces a new stopover in Beaufort, South Carolina, complete with low-country dinner, music and free dockage
Sign up for SAIL's 2014 Secrets of the ICW Seminar in Annapolis Maryland on October 12, the Sunday of the Annapolis Boat Show

SAIL's 2014 Snowbird Rally down the ICW

by Sail Staff, Posted April 2, 2014
Join SAIL on our 2014 Snowbird Rally down the ICW. After a Halloween party kick-off in Hampton, VA, Wally Moran, longtime ICW cruiser and SAIL's Contributing Editor, will lead the troops on a journey south. We'll stop for potlucks and parties along the way and end in Miami, FL, just in time for you to stay there or head to the islands for the winter.
For many people, sailing across the Atlantic falls into the same category as climbing Mt. Everest. Even among serious sailors, a transatlantic crossing is not something to be taken lightly. Not only is it logistically challenging, it’s weather-sensitive, resource-dependent and more than a little intimidating.  
Jimmy Cornell has led five separate fleets around the world. In 2014, he sets sail again, this time for the Blue Planet Odyssey. But this rally is more than just a challenge to be conquered—it's a call to action for the future of the planet.
For many people, sailing across the Atlantic falls into the same category as climbing Mt. Everest. Even among serious sailors, a transatlantic crossing is not something to be taken lightly.

The Baja Bash

by Zuzana Prochazka, Posted March 11, 2013
If it’s true that gentlemen never sail to weather then what the hell am I doing here, I wondered as my knees slammed into the foredeck at the trough of yet another wave.
When I asked Dr. Wayne Andersen why he has sailed his tricked-out Moody 54 Habits of Health in the Caribbean 1500 rally four years in a row, his answer made me smile.
World Cruising Club announced this week that Portsmouth, VA, will be the new home port for all WCC sailing rallies held on the East Coast of the USA, including the Caribbean 1500, the ARC Bahamas and the ARC Europe.
After sailing 1,500 miles from Hampton, Virginia to Nanny Cay, Tortola, 175 sailors have completed the 2012 Caribbean 1500. Docked in Nanny Cay Marina, they’ve celebrated with family barbeques, trophies and plenty of parties.
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