Founding Board Member, Lars Guck, and his son win U.S. Multihull Championships co-hosted by NAASA
Congrats to the Guck team on their amazing win in Newport.
Team Surf Club wins the 2022 Sail Newport Regatta
Full Recap of the Sail Newport Regatta 2022
F18 League Brings out the Top Sailing Athletes on Narragansett Bay.
The NAASA 2022 F18 League kicked off last weekend with 2 days of racing at the Wickford Regatta. Each day is scored separately and counts as an individual F18 League Race.
New England 100 Registration is Open
Don’t miss one of the best multihull events of the year. August 20-21, 2022 in Newport, Island.
High-performance sailing scholarships awarded for 2022
Two teams of young sailors have received an F18 Scholarship boat with NAASA for Summer 2022.
Seeking a Sailing Video Summer Intern
NAASA needs a media person for the summer 2022 in Newport, RI.
Last call for NAASA F18 League’s 2022 Scholarship Boat Applications
Applications are due January 31st for our two F18s. Apply as a team or individual crew.
NAASA F18 League’s 2022 Scholarship Boat Applications are Open!
Don’t miss a chance to step into high-performance sailing and competition.
Photo: Matias Capizzano at Wickford Regatta 2021
NAASA Awards 2021
On November 7, 2021, sailors from the NAASA fleet and the Board gathered at the Midtown Oyster Bar for an Annual Meeting to discuss the future of the organization and award the sailors on a successful 2021 Season.
Mid Season Update!
Photo: Rodrigo Fernandez/Sail Newport 2021….. An update from Chris Bulger on the status of the season.
When a memorial event hits the mark!
A note from the family of Sandra Tartaglino to the competitors and organizers of this year’s event.
Getting to Know: David White’s Nacra Inter 20
What I like the most about multihull sailing is the community, friendships and sailing competitions. Of course the speed and boat performance also make these boats enjoyable.
Getting to Know: FellowShip
Kacey Dutton is grabbing the carbon tiller of their Hobie 16, FellowShip, and coming out for the first time to honor Sandra in this year’s New England 100.
Getting To Know: Jenny III
Sandra taught me how to rig & sail F18s. They are of course super technical boats and I had no formal sailing instruction. Without Sandra and the rest of the fleet I would not be F18 sailing.
Getting to Know: Joe Valante’s Nacra Carbon 20
The sailing is fast and very involved physically and mentally with the boat.
Getting To Know: On The Verge
For us it’s always been the speed and effortless movement over the ocean … a beach cat can really cruise through varied sea states
Ability and Drive
Photo: Lindsey Duca // Sandra Tartaglino was a woman whose passion and love for sailing impacted many and remains timeless.