[January 9, 2014]The Poop From Impounded Boats In Mexico Hits the Fan
A month after 338 foreign boats were illegally impounded in various marinas around Mexico, the poop is really starting to hit the fan.
[January 2, 2014]Tragic battle to save sailing companion
A tragedy on the high sea can happen very quickly, as experienced sailor Jo Ivory found when her friend Charlie Gallagher was washed overboard. It highlights the need to be prepared for any situation.
[December 10, 2013]Follow Staney Paris' attempt to sail solo around the world
On Saturday, Dec. 7 at 1415 Zulu (International time based on Greenwich, England and also known as GMT and UTC), or 9:15 a.m. back home in St. Augustine, I crossed the line 0.8 nm due east of St. David’s Lighthouse to begin my challenge on the 150-day, - hour record, as well as to become the oldest and the first ever green.
[December 5, 2013]Stephen Colbert Joins NSHOF Honorary Advisory Board
The National Sailing Hall of Fame is pleased to announce that Stephen Colbert has joined the NSHOF Honorary Advisory Board.
[November 15, 2013]Dekker Documentary Makes Rounds
The story of the controversial voyage of Laura Dekker, the Dutch sailor who, at the age of 16, became the youngest person to solo-circumnavigate the globe, is told in the documentary Maidentrip, opening at the IFC Center in New York City on January 17, 2014.
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