Racing, Outreach, Organization, and Training
The purpose of the Youth Sailing Initiative is to encourage and promote the growth of youth sailing, that we believe as an activity offers a unique medium for personal growth and enrichment.
For Immediate Release:
The Sailing Foundation is excited to announce the appointment of Solvig Sayre as our new Youth Sailing Director. An extensive search began in December 2022, which yielded over a dozen applicants, five of whom were selected as finalists. This impressive group included domestic and international candidates with a diverse range of sailing, coaching, and non-profit management experience. After a rigorous interview and screening process, Solvig emerged as our clear frontrunner. She has since accepted our offer of employment and will officially join our team on June 1, 2023.
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Join us for Safety at Sea 2023 in Portland or Bainbridge Island! This US Sailing-sanctioned event is open to all everyone, including cruising and racing sailors, and powerboaters. It incorporates the latest techniques and information available. Topics include: heavy weather seamanship, medicine at sea, damage control/repair, marine weather forecasting, personal safety equipment, crew overboard rescue, emergency communications, navigation, and more! Safety at Sea certification is also a requirement for many offshore races.
Our 15th Annual Coaches Clinic/Youth Leadership Symposium was held Saturday, January 28 at Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle. Coaches, program administrators, commodores and more connected and shared ideas across a wide array of topics.