• Sat, May 04, 2019 6:00 PM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    ANNAPOLIS, MD (04 May 2019)

    U.S. Patriot Sailing, a non-profit organization dedicated to support Veterans through the sport of sailing, FARR 30 "PATRIOT" USA 25 crossed the pursuit race finish line in second place at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta North Sails Rally.  Hosted by the Annapolis Yacht club with more than 180 boats competing, the Annapolis NOOD is the first major regatta and informal kick-off of the sailing season in Annapolis, MD.  

    “Our Veterans just don’t show up to go sailing, they are involved in every aspect of our program.”  explained Peter Quinn, a retired naval officer and founder of U.S. Patriot Sailing. “They have spent the winter getting our boats and equipment ready for the season. No matter the branch of service, they have all planned and executed operations, maintained equipment, all while also looking out for each other.  This experience translates almost perfectly to the sport of sailing. Our Veterans each bring their own special skill sets, and this enables us to do much of our own administration, planning, maintenance, and logistics.” With 110 upcoming events on its schedule, U.S. Patriot Sailing supports hundreds of  Veterans nationally.  

    Now entering its 6th year and with fleets supporting the East and West Coasts, U.S. Patriot Sailing is the only national, all volunteer run program completely dedicated to supporting combat, wounded, and disabled veterans through the sport of sailing.

    For more information about our programs please visit: www.USPatriotSailing.org


  • Wed, January 30, 2019 12:28 PM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    HOBART, AUSTRALIA (31 Jan 2019)

    Gus Ward followed his dream of competing in the Rolex Sydney Hobart yacht race over the 2018 holiday season. We couldn't be more proud of his personal accomplishment and his leadership. Gus is also an active participant in US Patriot Sailing, which supports wounded and combat veterans. Check out the full article below written by another talented AVIAN employee, Kristine Wilcox
    https://bit.ly/2RUMGke

  • Sun, January 27, 2019 11:00 AM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    SAN DIEGO, CA (27 Jan 2019)

    U.S. Patriot Sailing, an organization dedicated to supporting combat, wounded, and disabled Veterans through the sport of sailing, launched "PATRIOT III" their newly donated "Left Coast Dart" participating in the CRA Winter Regatta.  “The Left Coast Dart is fast, easy to sail, and will really enable us to meet the increasing demand for our program in San Diego." said  Michael Rose the San Diego Chapter Lead. Michael is an active duty Chief Petty Officer in the US Navy.

    "Sailing as a sport provides a unique environment where Veterans of all abilities and ages can come together to compete as a Team to navigate dynamic challenges;" explained Peter Quinn, an active-duty naval officer and founder of U.S. Patriot Sailing. "Sailing shares many of the positive aspects of military life and offers Veterans a chance to experience healthy adrenaline, excitement, calm, the beauty of the sea, and enjoy the camaraderie of teammates both on and off the water. It is a joy watching new teammates get hooked on the sport, build skills and confidence, form new and lifelong friendships, and be welcomed into the larger national sailing community.

    Now entering its 6th year, U.S. Patriot Sailing supports hundreds of Veterans nationally and entered Veteran crewed boats from 20-80 feet in more than 150 races last year alone. With fleets supporting the East and West Coasts, U.S. Patriot Sailing is the only national, all volunteer run program completely dedicated to supporting combat, wounded, and disabled veterans through the sport of sailing.

    Just a few of the upcoming national events US Patriot Sailing will be competing in 2019 are: San Diego & Annapolis National Offshore One Design (NOOD) Regattas, Charleston Race Week, the 50th Anniversary Transpac, and the Annapolis to Newport Race.

    For more information about our programs please visit: www.USPatriotSailing.org 


  • Tue, October 23, 2018 10:32 AM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    Congratulations to all the competitors in the first sailing #InvictusGames event!. (Veterans -we are working to build more Veteran Sailing opportunities here in the States everyday- come on out!)


  • Tue, October 16, 2018 10:45 AM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    SAN DIEGO, CA (16 Oct 2018)

    Check out the Sailing Anarchy article featuring a sweet looking Trogear Bowsprit on the B-25. The Bowsprit will get it’s first taste of the race course in the upcoming San Diego Yacht Club Hot Rum series. We are building an all veteran team to give the Trogear and bowsprit a beating while trying to take first in class. Stay tuned as US Patriot Sailing will have Veterans Racing on the small B-25, a medium C&C 115, and the largest boat in the race the Botin 80 Cabrón.

    Big thanks to Trogear for helping convert this boat and enable our Veterans to sail faster and sail safer.



  • Tue, October 09, 2018 2:05 PM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    LONG BEACH, CA (09 Oct 2018)

    Simply put... Steve Meheen and the Misfits Racing Program have opened amazing opportunities for our US PATRIOT Veterans! 

    Check out Will Suto's article in Sailing Anarchy!


  • Sun, September 09, 2018 12:00 PM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    LONG BEACH, CA (09 SEP 2018)

    USA 13 "Cabron" Training Day 1


  • Sat, September 08, 2018 6:00 PM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    OXFORD, MD (08 SEP 2018)

    Results Posted!
  • Thu, April 12, 2018 12:00 PM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    CHARLESTON, SC (12 Apr 2018)


  • Wed, February 14, 2018 12:00 PM | Steve Young (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    ST. PETERSBURG, FL (15 Feb 2018) - U.S. Patriot Sailing, an organization dedicated to supporting combat, wounded, and disabled Veterans through the sport of sailing, is sending a multi-generational Veteran crew to compete in the 30th Helly Hanson National Offshore One Design (NOOD) Regatta Series in St. Petersburg, FL. From February 16 - 18, 2018, the nonprofit organization will enable three generations of combat Veterans representing Vietnam, Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom to compete in one of the most competitive, national racing series in the country.

    Now entering its 4th year, U.S. Patriot sailing supports over 150 Veterans nationally and entered teams in more than130 regattas last year alone. With fleets supporting on the East and West Coasts, U.S. Patriot Sailing is the only national, all volunteer run program completely dedicated to supporting combat, wounded, and disabled veterans through the sport of sailing.

    "Sailing as a sport provides a unique environment where Veterans of all abilities and ages can come together to compete as a Team to navigate dynamic challenges;" explained Peter Quinn, an active-duty naval officer and founder of U.S. Patriot Sailing. "Sailing shares many of the positive aspects of military life and offers Veterans a chance to experience healthy adrenaline, excitement, calm, the beauty of the sea, and enjoy the camaraderie of teammates - all in one event. It is a joy watch new teammates get hooked on the sport, build skills and confidence, and then be welcomed into larger national sailing community"
    The team competing in this regatta includes a Vietnam Purple Heart Veteran and will sail aboard USA 479 "Shiraz", a civilian donated Melges 24 and will compete in Melges 24 one-design fleet over the three days of racing.

    "St. Petersburg attracts some of the best sailors in the world and U.S. Patriot Sailing is proud to have put together a multi-generational Veteran crew to compete here in the 2018 racing season," Mr. Quinn continued. "But we couldn't have gotten here without the help and support of our regatta sponsor, Phil Davis for donating use of his boat "Shiraz" and North Sails and the US Melges 24 Class Association, who provided coaching for the crew during the Melges 24 Mid-Winters. Thank you for helping us create this opportunity for this group of deserving American heroes."

    Please visit www.uspatriotsailing.org for more information or follow us @SailUSPatriot on Twitter and Instagram.

    #SilentlyWounded #Veterans #VAadaptiveSports

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