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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The Midshipmen are gone have nice boats to sail next Spring ... See MoreSee Less

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Carbonado ready for the Winter at the Kings Point Waterfront ... See MoreSee Less

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A heartfelt thank you to the men and women in uniform past and present who have served our country. We are indebted to you on this day as we are on all days. ... See MoreSee Less

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Trebuchet ready for the Winter Hunt Yachts ... See MoreSee Less

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Take a peek at the newest vessel in the fleet, CARBONADO a McConaghy 38. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congrats to Warrior Sailor @Sammy Lugo for becoming a member of Gulfport Yacht Club Inc tonight. Let's get you sailing multihulls! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congrats to the crew onboard the former foundation operated yacht 'wizard' and their record run to key west. Nice birthday gift for Ralf Steitz! Happy bday Ralfie!! ... See MoreSee Less

"Wizard" winner of the First to Finish monohull and new record holder.

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Ending the year with a splash! Watch this video:
vimeo.com/170835068
It was a great year for Warrior Sailing. Thank you to all the supporters, advocates, sponsors, volunteers, staff and participants. You made 2016 a year to remember. Let's make it bigger splash in 2017. Cheers!
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It is all about the fun-factor. Hear what Scott Craigle, San Diego graduate, has to say:
“As a wounded Iraq vet, I have been to several sports related courses...the Warrior Sailing course is the best course I have attended because of the infectious attitude of the staff and coaches to have fun, learn new skills, and to enjoy sail racing...guaranteed to put a smile on your face!”
Think of us during your end of year giving: warriorsailing.org/donate/
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Our impact is best told by our graduates. Here is Liz Shepherd
“As a black women I never imagined myself being involved in any water sports (that's why I went Army). Culturally and financially I was limited in my exposure to sailing (pictures and television were my reference points). However, thanks to the Warrior Sailing Camp, I was able to have a lifetime experience I never imagined to be possible. I discovered that I love sailing (and pretty good at it). Having the ability to manipulate the sailboat in response to the wind conditions by using natural mechanics (no motor) was amazing. It's just like living life; simply accepting things that cannot be changed, adjusting where you can while striving toward forward progress. Additionally, I was able to relax enough to become a great team mate and excellent team leader (therapeutic for my PTSD). So I say, THANK YOU to all those who contributed in order to make the Warrior Sailing Camp possible. Mission accomplished: Mission success!”
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