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Annapolis Yacht Club is excited to announce that the Warrior Sailing Program (WSP) is returning for its third year in Annapolis from October 16-18.
Floods, rain, heat, humidity, and the dreaded ripping current that we all know so well, all showed up at one time or another during the 2018 J/22 Worlds event that wrapped up on Thursday, September 13.
This past weekend, Rochester Yacht Club hosted the Fall 2018 Mid-Atlantic Singlehanded Championships (the Cressy National Championship Qualifier).
Kent Island YC hosted a one day JV Fleet Race on Sunday, September 16. It was a gorgeous day for sailing, with wind ranging from 5-12 knots all day and sunny skies.
There are eight foreign entries in the 2018 J/22 World Championship, which got underway yesterday on the Chesapeake Bay. Read their stories and learn how they made their way to Worlds.
While we’re just kicking it back in to gear here in Annapolis members have been competing in regattas around North America.
Annapolis Yacht Club is excited to share that four past winners are returning for the 2018 J/22 World Championship in Annapolis, held Sept. 9-14.
This past Saturday, DC Sail hosted the first high school event of the fall season. Unfortunately, temperatures dropped and the rain began to fall halfway through the day, and soon the wind became more and more unstable, making the sailing conditions difficult.
I checked in with Allan Terhune, event chair of the 2018 J/22 Worlds, via email, to learn more about this highly competitive One Design regatta.