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  • Three local schools qualify for high school sailing nationals

    Three local schools qualify for high school sailing nationals
    Anne Arundel County schools showed well at last weekend's Mid-Atlantic Scholastic Sailing Association District Championship regatta, which was hosted by the Shrewsbury Sailing and Yacht Club in Oceanport, New Jersey. Severn School, Annapolis High and...
  • The Harbor Report: Wild winds, waves make for exciting race

    I hope you are all starting to smile a little more knowing that our summer weeknight sailing will be starting May 1. But let's not forget about April, which is always the most active month of the year for sailboat racing. First I'd like to review the...
  • Sailing: NHYC Team Thunder repeats at Baldwin Cup

    Team Thunder of host yacht club Newport Harbor repeated as champion of the Baldwin Cup on Sunday. The three-day regatta, presented by JP Morgan Chase, featured 134 races with varied, but exciting conditions, dramatic finishes and stadium-style racing....
  • College Roundup: Navy lacrosse players receive Patriot League recognition

    College Roundup: Navy lacrosse players receive Patriot League recognition
    NAVY SAILING: For the third year in a row, the Navy intercollegiate sailing team finished third at the MAISA Team Race Championship for the Captain Prosser Trophy and earned a berth for the ISCA College Sailing Team Race National Championship. This...
  • Annapolis Bermuda Ocean Race announces new host venue

    Annapolis Bermuda Ocean Race announces new host venue
    Eastport Yacht Club recently announced a new host port and yacht club for the Annapolis Bermuda Ocean Race. The A2B race committee, chaired by Beth Berry, has selected the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club as host for the 20th edition of the biennial...
  • Sailing: NHYC Team Thunder continues to win at Baldwin Cup

    Sailing in light shifty breezes coming out of the south at five knots, 96 competitors raced in 31 races in the second stage of the Baldwin Cup Team Race sponsored by JPMorgan Chase Saturday in Newport Harbor. Sailing was punctuated by the buzz of...
  • He's the Rembrandt of the Newport to Ensenada yacht race

    He's the Rembrandt of the Newport to Ensenada yacht race
    Gary Miltimore is captivated by boating. He has crossed the Atlantic Ocean three times and spent days at sea en route to places like Mexico, England and Spain. And the sailor, who is also an artist, has painted the vessels that have taken him around the...
  • Sailing: Baldwin Cup begins Friday

    Newport Harbor Yacht Club Team Thunder will be defending its title in the eighth annual Baldwin Cup Team Race presented by JPMorgan Chase Friday through Sunday on Newport Harbor. The event, hosted by Newport Harbor Yacht Club, features 11 of the most...
  • Sailing for novices often begins with invitations to crew

    Spencer Raggio's affair with sailing began on Boston Harbor aboard a sloop he chartered with a girlfriend late one August afternoon. There was some breeze early. A four-hour sail turned into seven hours. They passed sunset and returned in the dark,...
  • The Harbor Report: Cabo race becomes my wild ride

    I hope you are all starting to smile a little more knowing that our summer weekday sailing nights will start the first of May. Let's not forget about April, which is always the most active month of the year for sailboat racing. Before I jump into this...
  • Letters: Quantum of the Seas? Like being trapped in a packed mall

    Letters: Quantum of the Seas? Like being trapped in a packed mall
    It was with great interest that I read Christopher Reynolds' story "Plugging In" [March 15] on the Quantum of the Seas. I was on that same sailing. I am by no means new to cruising or Royal Caribbean, and I have to say that this was the single worst...