Sailing Foundation to Host Hands-on Safety at Sea Seminar February 13

The Sailing Foundation will be hosting a US Sailing International Offshore Hands-on Safety at Sea Seminar on Sunday, February 13, 2022 on Bainbridge Island. The seminar will be a "hybrid" course; students will first complete…

CYC Seattle Team Wins U.S. Offshore Sailing Championship

Congratulations to Steve Travis and crew for winning the U.S. Offshore Sailing Championship representing CYC Seattle and all sailors in the PNW racing community! Eight teams representing their respective US Sailing Areas…

PNW Hero: Dick Rose – Part 2

From the April 2021 48° North Issue. Around the Pacific Northwest, heroes come in many forms, and 48° North is excited to honor some of them in this series. Here is part two of an interview with Dick Rose, a man many think…

Accepting ALL Sailors – US Sailing LGBTQ Panel

Skipper Jenn discusses important stories and ideas shared during US Sailing's Panel with LGBTQ sailors, as well as her own experiences. I was a bit shocked and a lot thrilled to hear that there would be a US Sailing LGBTQ…

US Sailing Updates Safety at Sea Certificate Requirements Due to Pandemic

US Sailing has updated the Safety at Sea certificate requirements and expiration dates in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Due to continued restrictions for hosting in-person courses in 2021, US Sailing specifically…

The New US Sailing Racing Rules App is Ready for Download

When it comes to The Racing Rules of Sailing for 2021-2024, US Sailing is making them available whenever and wherever you are. US Sailing's premier Racing Rules App ensures you have access to the rules at all times. Features…

Championship of Champions – Tight Racing in Tight Quarters

Seattle Sailors and Moore 24 National Champions, Ben and Jennifer Braden headed down to California to tangle with some of the nation's best. To qualify for the US Sailing Championship of Champions, a sailor must win a…

Stories from US Sailing Siebel Coaches: Impact in Hood River, Oregon

While Covid-19 has made running sailing programs challenging with local regulations in the Pacific Northwest, the Siebel Sailors Program was able to run small intermediate women’s clinics in Hood River this summer. These…

Takeaways from US SAILING Forum on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Sailing

The US Sailing presentation on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) is an important invitation for any sailor to listen to—and learn from—the perspectives, experiences, and insights of an incredibly talented panel. On…

Siebel Sailors Program Will Make Splash in PNW Youth Sailing

Siebel Sailors Program Expands to Oregon and Washington US Sailing’s new and growing youth development program is expanding to include the states of Oregon and Washington. US Sailing recently announced the following Primary…