Posted by: Stephanie Helms | July 29, 2015

Honoring Bill Poole

FrieBillPooleAwardnds and family gathered on July 27th to honor Bill’s many years of service to US Sailing, Northeast Sailing, and the sailing community generally. Bill is past president of the Northeast Sailing Association, a former US Sailing board member, an avid sailor, and a continuing supporter of sailing organizations and activities throughout our region. Northeast Sailing presented him with a half-model of his beloved Ensign, and delivered the best wishes for his continued health and involvement in the sport. Thanks, Bill, for all you’ve done and all you do for the sport!

Posted by: Stephanie Helms | July 7, 2015

2015 Maine State Opti Championships

Information for the 2015 Maine State Opti Championships (August 11 & 12) at Southport Yacht Club can be found at the Southport Yacht Club website.This includes the NOR, online registration link, list of entrants, etc. The number of entrants is capped at 50 for the Championship Fleet and 25 for the Green Fleet. Any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Chris Jacobs, the regatta chair, at chris.jacobs234@gmail.com.

Harraseeket has published the Notice of Race for their regatta July 30th and 31st, 2015 in South Freeport. Check it out!

Posted by: Stephanie Helms | June 29, 2015

NOR – MIRC at KBIA 1 July, 2015

KBIA has published this MIRC at KBIA for the first MIRC of the season. Great sailing, Great BBQ!

Posted by: Stephanie Helms | October 24, 2014

US Sailing National Conference

US Sailing‘s got a lot of great stuff in store for 2015. The web site is redesigned and a huge improvement. Online course materials are rolling out early in 2015 in areas of race management, instructional materials for both adults and juniors and other areas of interest. And the REACH program is really exciting! We’re ready to build on these opportunities to grow awareness of the sport and offer quality sailing next season!

Posted by: Stephanie Helms | June 8, 2014

US Sailing’s REACH class in Portland

US Sailing’s REACH course, highlighting training in Science Technology, Engineering and Math, is coming to the Portland area. SailMaine is hosting June 28th. Details at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stem-educator-course-middle-school-i-sailmaine-6282014-tickets-11679911931

Posted by: Henry Bliss | May 6, 2014

The season is upon us!

Greetings!

Northeast Sailing Association is moving ahead to serve you better as we head into the 2014 season. We have updated our website considerably. A new domain has been set (http://www.nesailing.org) and we’d like to make the site as useful as possible for everyone in the region to share information and resources. All focused on sailing of course.

To that end, we have several resources on the website for everyone to share and we need your input to make them better:

Calendar of Events:  We’ve included competitive and non-competitive events for the coming season that we know about. We’ve also added popular events across all of New England. Where possible, we’ve included links so that you can get more info, event forms, results, etc. At this time, please understand that the links provided may not be accurate just yet, that’s were you can help so let us know
Member Directory:  Here you can find information on all NSA Member organizations with appropriate links. Again, please understand that the links provided may not be accurate just yet.

Moderated Google Group: Hosted by SailMaine, for all member organizations and their staff to communicate more easily with each other. Information for signing up is in the “Contact Us” menu ( https://nesailing.org/email-list-serve/ )

The season is upon us! Again, we’ll appreciate your input to make these improvements work for everyone.

All the best,

Jonathan Foot
Stephanie Helms
Henry Bliss

Posted by: Stephanie Helms | May 5, 2014

One Day Race Management Seminar

What: A one day seminar on Race Management leading to certification as a Club Race Officer
When: May 24, 2014 0900 – 1700
Where: Portland Yacht Club
Instructor: Matt Hill

 

Find more information on the course and curriculum and register at US Sailing.
http://raceadmin.ussailing.org/Race_Officers/CertificationTraining/Race_Officer_Seminars/Seminar_Calendar.htm

 

Posted by: northeastsailingassociation | May 17, 2013

About Us

HISTORY

The Northeast Sailing Association got its start in the late 1940’s as the Maine Yacht Racing Association.  It is now one of 37 Sailing Associations in the United States serving sailors in many ways within its geographic area.

MISSION

We promote and support sailing and racing; run the US Sailing Championship races on the local level; provide a forum for appeals of decisions of local race committees; and present seminars of interest to all members on subjects relevant to the sport.

ORGANIZATION

The Northeast Sailing Association (NSA) is your local arm of US Sailing.  The US Sailing Association (USSA) is the national body that coordinates and supports Junior and Senior sailing and racing events throughout the country.  USSA is divided geographically into 10 Areas (Area A to Area J).  NSA is in Area A.  Each Area is then divided into Associations.  Area A contains the following Associations: NSA, Massachusetts Bay Sailing Association, Southern Massachusetts Sailing Association and Narragansett Bay Sailing Association.  NSA is further divided into 4 regions (primarily because it encompasses such a large geographic area):  Western (VT & NH), Southern (from UNH to Small Point), Central (from Boothbay Harbor to Northport) and Eastern (from Castine to Sorrento).  Most of the Yacht Clubs and Organized Sailing Programs in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Northern Lake George are members of NSA.

USSA sponsors “ladder events” that begin at the local level and lead up to national level competition.  There are two groups of these events,  Junior and Adult.  NSA finds member clubs to host the local levels of these events and supports them in the actual running of the event.

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