May 16, 2007
| AMERICAN SAILING HISTORY |
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| Featured - 2015 Rolex Yachtswoman & Yachtsman of the Year Awards |
Join Gary Jobson in celebrating the 2015 Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year, Annie Haeger, and the 2015 Rolex Yachtsman of the Year, Steve Benjamin.
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| Featured - Bill Pinkney & Paul Mixon: Introducing The Sport of Sailing to African Americans |
Bill Pinkney, the first African American to sail solo around the world, wanted to leave a legacy for his grandkids. Together with Paul Mixon, he created the Black Boaters Summit, an annual event in the British Virgin Islands. See how these kindred spirits joined forces to create a mutual dream. One of five webisode videos presented by National Geographic and Ameriprise Financial.
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| || Featured - 2010 Newport to Bermuda Race |
Join narrator Gary Jobson and the crew of AURORA as they compete in a fleet of 183 yachts in this fun and challenging offshore race. Learn about the storied history of the race and get a taste of what it's like to crew aboard a go-fast yacht in a 635 mile endurance test.
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YOUTH, EDUCATION & STEM SAILING
| Featured - Why Do Kids Sail? |
Junior sailors talk candidly about why they sail.
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BEAUTY OF SAILING / CLASSIC YACHTS
| Featured - TABOR BOY: 100 Years at Sea |
SSV TABOR BOY is a 92-foot sail-training schooner used by the Tabor Academy in Marion, Massachusetts to provide its students with an integrated education in STEM subjects and offshore sailing. Along the way, they also learn valuable life lessons in courage, teamwork and leadership.
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| Featured - Surfing is Life: The Whitbread Round The World Yacht Race...1997-98 |
Become one of the crew of Chessie Racing's entry into the Whitbread race (now the Volvo Ocean Race). See what daily life is like on a W60 boat as these daring sailors live and race together 24/7 for 31,000 miles.
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HALL OF FAME
| Featured - Paul Cayard's El Toro |
This 7-minute segment from Episode 2 of "America's Cup: Uncovered" tells the story of America's Cup veteran and 2011 National Sailing Hall of Famer Paul Cayard and his father Pierre, who sought out to find and restore the El Toro dinghy that began Paul's sailing career more than 40 years ago.
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