By Mike FerringOfficial Webster’s definition. Wind [noun] /wind/: curious, mysterious, arbitrary, fickle, and invisible force that moves sailboats and makes me swear. You could look it up.Now we’ve run into … Continue Reading April Meeting: Wind Mysteries Solved (mostly)
By Bob Naylor, Rear Commodore And then it was over, almost before it began. For the first time in 14 years, the US will not be competing for the Americas … Continue Reading February Meeting – America’s Cup: An Insider Update
Pocket Cruising and Sail Camping in Arizona and Beyond By Bob Naylor, Rear Commodore Phoenix resident Doug Kelch has been sailing for half-a-century. In that time, he’s raced and cruised … Continue Reading January Meeting: Pocket Cruising Destination – Arizona!
By Bob Naylor, Rear Commodore Every sailor worth their salt knows the story of the Edmund Fitzgerald, if only through Gordon Lightfoot’s classic 1976 ballad. But long before the gales … Continue Reading December Meeting-The Sinking of the Rouse Simmons: A Christmas Story
By Bob Naylor, Rear Commodore Our guest speaker this month is Captain Elbert “Ash” Ashbaugh. Ash has a long and varied sailing career, and is presently the Director of Field … Continue Reading November Meeting: Shamans, Shadows, Sextants and Ships
By Bob Naylor, Rear Commodore For our October monthly meeting, we’ll be shifting our date and time to accommodate the busy sailing schedule of guest speaker Mark Towill, CEO and … Continue Reading October Meeting: The Ocean Race and 11th Hour Racing Team
By Bob Naylor Have you ever wanted to cast off and leave it all behind? See the world – the whole world – on a sailboat? Lois and Gunter … Continue Reading Sailing Around the World…Just Because