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2017 Women’s Nationals

    2017 Women’s Nationals

Miami, February 5, 2017. 16 teams completed 6 races over two days on Biscayne Bay. Dominated by light air, we did get to stretch our hiking legs on the last

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Keep an Eye Out for the New Kid

    Keep an Eye Out for the New Kid

by Art Rousmaniere, US National Secretary I like to sail Snipes, but I love the greater sport and pastime of sailing, so I make a point to get in other

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Boomerang Regatta

    Boomerang Regatta

Fort Lauderdale, January 28-29, 2017 by Peter Commette The Lauderdale Yacht Club regatta, named “Boomerang” because of its unique course layout for the inland Opti fleets, has been a staple

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Mission Bay: Learning at all Levels

    Mission Bay: Learning at all Levels

By Carol Cronin Ever since I joined the Snipe class in 1990, Fleet 495 in San Diego, CA has been a stronghold of both Serious Sailing and Serious Fun. I’ve

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Las Vegas Regatta

    Las Vegas Regatta

Mission Bay, January 22, 2017. The results stand after one day of racing – 7 races- as a major winter

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Annapolis Snipe Invite

    Annapolis Snipe Invite

The ASI is the place to be for Under 30 dinghy sailing! Low entry fee and available charter boats make

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Carolyn Nute Regatta

    Carolyn Nute Regatta

Mission Bay, October 30, 2016. Final results after 7 races (1 discard) 1. Randy Lake & Maddy McGrath, 9 2.

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2016 Masters

    2016 Masters

Nassau, Bahamas, October 22, 2016. Results after 7 races, 1 discard (Photo courtesy of Primi Murgui) 1. USA Ernesto Rodriguez

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2016 Frigid Digit

    2016 Frigid Digit

2016 Frigid Digit October 1-2, 2016 Severn Sailing Association, Annapolis, MD The weekend started out with a lot of rain

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2016 Riff Raff Regatta

    2016 Riff Raff Regatta

The third weekend of September has been the gathering time for District 3 Snipe sailors for many years. Could this gathering possibly be happening for over 50 years? No historians

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