The USMMA Sailing Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 public foundation. Its mission is to actively solicit the donation of vessels to be used in various maritime programs for education and training.

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Congrats to all the Midshipmen that sailed MBYC Race Week
It is fantastic that the Foundation Sonar's are being used we bought them to be used for Matchrace Nationals and basic Sailing class but the academy is not offering basic Sailing any more??????????
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USMMA brought 7 boats to Manhasset Bay YC Race Week over the weekend. The team on #817 (Sonar #3) with Charlie Lomax, Annapolis, MD, '18, Cooper Siepert, Cape Elizabeth, MA, '20, Devin Keister, Slide...

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Busy last couple of days in Florida getting Undaunted ready and picking up Cloverleaf ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks to the KP Waterfront Alum's Dan, Rex and Jeff for taking Undaunted up the coast. ... See MoreSee Less

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She is on the way to NY ... See MoreSee Less

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We have two 2.4meter's at the St. Petersburg Sailing Center that need to be used ... See MoreSee Less

We have met some of the 2.4 Norlin OD sailors over the past few days, now Australian Sailing Team and Australian Paralympic Team's Matt Bugg explains the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games class boat for us.

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Warrior team packed up and heading home. Crossed the border this morning at 0645. Successful team effort.

Thank you all supporters and fans.

Scott is flying not driving, don't worry.
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On Tuesday we lost one of our sailing friends, Scottie Smith. Scottie was such an engaging guy. He introduced himself to us a few years ago in San Diego and two things were very clear. He loved his family and he loved sailing. He was always appreciative and helpful at every event. When he wanted to learn something, he went full boots in and we saw that while he was training with us.
Although we may have taught him sailing, he taught us more. He taught us that life it too short to sit on the side lines. He taught us to enjoy the moments we have. Thank you, Scottie. We will miss you!
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Congrats to the new world champs!! Awesome regatta in heavy breeze.

Warriors battled hard around the course today. Plenty of improvement for the future, but the team has come a very long way in a short period of time.

Finished 30th overall and had a race with equipment breakages. Decent for under 3 years of competitive sailing

Has there ever been a blind bow guy and amputee (2 sailors with disabilities) that had raced a j22 world championship?!? Any blind bow guys compete a open world championship?

Awesome job team and all supporters of the program.
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AP down and heading out for one last race of J/22 International Class Association worlds! ... See MoreSee Less

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