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Up Close and Personal Viewing of the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup

Watch the action of the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup from the comfort of the luxurious Azimut 85 Aquadisiac. The furnishings and decor are equivalent to a world class hotel and the professional crew is skillful and charming. This unique charter opportunity for 12 guests includes food and beverages. The Aquadisiac carries a race course flag to ensure close viewing of Red Bull Youth America’s Cup action. Watch the Red …Read More

“USA45 Racing” Day in San Diego

This morning, the San Diego City Council signed a proclamation stating that July 9, 2013 shall be officially known as “Team USA45 Racing Day”. The proclamation was presented by Councilmember Kevin L. Faulconer, the city representative for District 2. Of the nine members of USA45 Racing, three hail from San Diego (Nevin Snow, Jake Reynolds, and Jake LaDow) specifically Point Loma, which Mr. Faulconer represents. The award was accepted today by members of the USA45 …Read More

Q&A: Sam Hallowell

We would like to welcome Team USA45 Racing’s newest member Sam Hallowell! We were able to catch up with Sam for a quick Q&A to get to know more about him: What is your background in sailing? What did you typically sail as a junior sailor? I have grown up sailing in Newport on Lasers and 420’s but have found my love for sailing on larger faster boats. At the …Read More

Tiburon named Official Home of Team USA45 Racing Challenger for the 2013 Red Bull Youth America’s Cup

Tiburon, CA – May 16, 2013 – At last night’s council meeting The Town Council approved an agreement with Team USA45 Racing to become the “Official Home of Team USA45 Racing Challenger for the 2013 Red Bull Youth America’s Cup.” Team USA45 Racing is one of two American teams that was selected by ORACLE TEAM USA to represent the U.S. in the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup, a yachting race …Read More

Recap of the Last Few Weeks

Well it has certainly been busy these past few weeks for the members of Team USA45 Racing! The gang is stoked to be getting back together in San Francisco this upcoming weekend (May 9-12), so pictures and up-dates will soon follow! But here’s what we missed to catch you up to speed on: Charlie Buckingham placed 20th at the ISAF Sailing World Cup event in Hyeres, France. For the full …Read More

USA45 College Sailing Update

Photo: Hobart William Smith boat house on Saturday (left) and Sunday showing the spectrum of conditions sailors faced this past weekend. Credit: Chris Barnard Each of the seven districts in the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) will be hosting their nationals qualifiers in the coming weeks for the team and fleet race national championships held in late May in St. Petersburg, Florida.  This past weekend, five members of Team USA45 Racing …Read More

USA45 Q&A: Graham Landy

We got a chance to sit down with Graham Landy, a sophomore All-American on the Yale sailing team,  to answer a few questions. Check out what he had to say about college sailing, San Francisco and candy… You won B-Division last year at College Nationals last summer as a Freshman, a feat last accomplished by USA45 skipper Charlie Buckingham in 2008. Tell us a little about that. It was exiting …Read More

USA45 College Sailing Update

USA45 Racing continued their college sailing dominance this past weekend at three events across the eastern seaboard. At the Aaron Szambecki Team Race hosted by Old Dominion University in Virginia, Nevin Snow led Georgetown to a 3rd place finish in the 8 team field which was comprised of six of the top ten ranked teams in the nation. John Wallace, sailing for St. Mary’s, finished right behind the Hoyas for …Read More