Provide leadership, integrity and advancement for the sport of sailing.
Be the recognized leader in training and certification, in support for the racing sailor and in facilitating access to sailing.
US Sailing has organized a set of goals, strategies, action items and measures that act as a guide to drive our efforts on a daily basis.
At US Sailing, we envision a future where everyone has an opportunity to sail and enjoy a lifetime of rewarding experiences on the water.
Here is a list of goals that US Sailing, along with our valued committee and board members, staff and constituents have created that are important to the current and future health of sailing in the United States:
1. Promote participation, education and safety
2. Raise standards and expand competitive sailing in the U.S.
3. Achieve success at highest levels of international competition
4. Strengthen governance and organizational efficiency
5. Grow membership
If you're new to sailing visit US Sailing's 'First Sail':
This is a dual purpose event. It's the final event of the Spring Racing Series and it marks the start of the Summer Cruising season. Sign up here or contact Brian@SailDandridge.com for start or handicap information.
New England Science & Sailing (NESS) Foundation will be holding their fifth annual NESS Fest on Saturday, June 24, from 11am-3pm, at 70 Water Street in Stonington. This festive event features fun activities including sailing, kayaking, and stand up paddle boarding.