Dear Shipmate, The rush to return to normalcy in our Spring, Summer, and Fall sailing routines has been like the brisk northerly that carried many of us quickly down the rhumbline to Bermuda this year. It was robust, sustained and cleared the dark clouds of the last two years. Regattas and parties resumed in full […]
Storm Trysail Foundation (STF) partnered in a Bermuda Hands-On Safety at Sea Seminar on March 26-27
The grant allows groups of 3-4 young sailors per boat train at night in Niantic Bay and Long Island Sound onboard our refitted Melges 20 sport boats at night.
Drawing from his vast experience and insights from other knowledgable sailors, du Moulin, shares ideas for safe man overboard recoveries.
A Recap of 2019 from the Chairman of the Storm Trysail Foundation, Rich DuMoulin.
The final numbers are in for Storm Trysail Foundation’s Annual Sailing and Legacy Fundraising Dinner – Honoring 50 Years of Carina – and the results are truly as impressive.
The Storm Trysail Foundation, The Storm Trysail Club and club member Rich Wilson kicked off a fundraising effort to allow colleges with established sailing programs to enhance their offerings by teaching seamanship, leadership and navigation in order to better develop future leaders of the sport of offshore sailing.
Petty Officer Michael W. Kelly, Aviation Survival Technician Second Class, of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Air Station Cape Cod has been selected to receive the 2019 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea.
“What I learned at the Storm Trysail Club’s Hands-On Safety at Sea Seminar turned out to be invaluable during this storm and the ensuing rescue.” Posted on July 18, 2019 – Courtesy of WindCheck Magazine
Twenty-four young sailors from throughout the Chicago are spent a day learning about big boat and offshore safety at a Stormy Trysail Foundation Junior Safety at Sea seminar held June 22, 2019 at the Jackson Park Yacht Club.