Project Description

The Heart of Competitive Teams Since 1998

Learning from experience and teaching those new to the sport. Developing teams from green beginnings to great victories.

A bit of Background on the MBA events and the Process to Get there

How Does one learn to be a Master of Chess on the Water?

It starts out like this in your hometown:

(The pictures and video below are the actual boats I trained on but the people and events are representative as digital photography was not as cheap and easy to capture 10+ years ago)

In University practice 4 days a week during the academic year and race a dozen weekend regattas like this all around North America.

During the summer teach kids sailing camps, and build up local programs so that they keep increasing the opportunities for people to access applied education.

Go to Copenhagen and test everything you thought you knew by Match Racing alongside professionals.

Head to Barcelona with your Danish Team to run La Ruta de la Sal regatta to Ibiza. Followed by more multi-day races, transports and cruises to build up those skills at events such as Swiftsure International Yacht Race from Victoria, Canada.

Then you start teaching wherever you go so that more people can have the opportunities you have enjoyed to build better teams and become great leaders, by building traditions that make for vibrant local sailing communities. Continuously learning and teaching the arts that keep these traditions afloat.