As 2014 draws to a close, Courageous is celebrating a successful year of teaching sailing and more to Boston kids, and looking ahead to next year. Please consider supporting Courageous in our mission to provide high-quality summer learning opportunities for the kids who need them most by making a tax-deductible donation to our Annual Appeal before December 31. Read More
If you’re looking for the perfect last minute gift or treating yourself to summer of sailing next year, now is the time to take advantage of our Holiday Deals. Through December 31, lessons, courses, and memberships are up to 50% off. With sailing opportunities for all ages and experience levels, Courageous has something for everybody on your list! Read More
See our new awareness campaign made by Hill Holliday and Courageous board member, Joe Berkeley. The campaign captures the essence of the Courageous Sailing mission and its impact on Boston kids. Read More
Courageous is wind powered, but we do more than just use natual energy sources. For the past several years, our youngsters have been learning about marine biology and ocean cleanup through award winning partner programs. Read More
I trust that everyone had a great weekend and Nate ran things well in my absence. Before this week's guest blog by Mark, I have two announcements to share.
We have two special events this upcoming Saturday, Rules Clinic, at Seaport School, this Saturday, December 20, 9:30-11am...
I hope you are all staying warm and dry today. It is one of those days that you don't have to walk far before you look like you've fallen off the dock or been swept overboard. The good news is that this weekend should be warm (high of 45) and dry, with NW winds around 10 knots. I am taking a...
Barge- Move forcefully or roughly. Push, Shove, Force. "We can't just barge into a private garden party." or "Barging in at the start line causes havoc and makes Courageous staff anxious and competitors angry."
Yes, this week's recap is about starts, and in particular, barging. Which there was a ...
Current was coming straight down the course all day, making starts difficult at first. As the current slacked, the fleet was still pushing hard and we had several boats OCS, but no general recals occured.
In Race 1, the boats starting pin got over into a nice lefty shift, and were able to t...
Our first day is in just two weeks (November 15), so what should you be expecting?
The best racing in Boston, with 25 boats on the line
Newly re-painted and buffed R19s
Evenly tuned boats (so no adjusted rigging!)
Experienced support boat and RC staff
A great group of highly skilled and c...