Again, I’m not one for giving unsolicited advice, but you don’t have to read this. I’m just trying to add value to our website. If you asked me what one thing can be done to best improve my results sailing I would tell you stretching. Stretching before sailing not only prevents injuries, but it gets […]
We have closer to 200 years of sailing knowledge in this building. While we hate to give unsolicited advice, you don’t have to read it. We write blogs on general topics, day sailing topics and racing topics here.
Whether you day sail or race there’s a good possibility that your tiller won’t last forever. Unless you bought your boat new and listened to us when we told you to keep it on the bow bag, and resting on the centerboard drum off the floor in the bow. As well as keep Vaseline on […]
Two posts in two days. This is a new record. However, I’ve been hit with a premonition that must be shared. We have not been able to get many videos done this year. The drone quit working and the cameras are out dated. Furthermore, a good production takes time, planning and good weather. Twice this […]
As promised in my post from Mid Winters, here is the short blooper video. If this works, then should we start start video blogging?
Thanks to Boston Sails for donating this tea party trophy, probably back in 1960. Carrie and I won it last year and Bill and I won it this year, despite our best efforts. We were winning the regatta several times in the last race. Let me start from the beginning. Leaving home was bitter sweet […]
I am going to make this quick, because I want to check our website stats before leaving for the weekend. I’m interested to see if anybody even reads these blogs. Obviously they do, thank you very much. Mid Winters was a great time. It left me wanting more, and I think that all of the […]
We can't wait for mid-winters We’ll be going from this. To This You can come to. http://www.fssa.com/National%20Event/22531 What to expect at mid-winters Mid-Winters is going to be different for all who attend. People will have different priorities. Some will be there for the sailing, some for the social and others for the work out. Actually, […]
After receiving these pictures from Gale Kaufholz, who is obviously a phenomenal photographer, we think that they’re begging to do a “How-to-Gybe” comic strip.
Rockport Mass is a beautiful town and a beautiful place to host a regatta. Twenty-nine boats attended the wife husband regatta. Many couples ended up in the same B&Bs. Making for a great party. Additionally, the hosts served lobster and entertained us all. Let me back up even further. Driving into Rockport Mass, on the […]
Wow! What a week! Last week 68 Flying Scots converged on Sandusky Sailing Club in Sandusky, Ohio to compete in the North American Championships. Since Tyler grew up in the Midwest he had sailed in Sandusky and the surrounding areas often as a junior competing in ILYA events but this was my first time sailing […]