Hone your skills at the Northern California Women’s Sailing Seminar this fall
The 22nd Annual Northern California Women’s Sailing Seminar - September 20-21, 2014
Island Yacht Club’s annual Northern California Women’s Sailing Seminar is all about women teaching women how to sail. This fun, relaxing, educational and inspiring weekend is the only one of its kind. <<Read more ...
Women’s Sailing Foundation Elects Linda Newland as President
At the annual meeting of the Women’s Sailing Foundation which was held June 8 at the Corinthian Yacht Club in Marblehead, Massachusetts, Linda Newland of Port Hadlock, Washington, was elected the president for the June 2014 to June 2015 Foundation Board term. >>Read more ...
AdventureSail® – Boston – June 14, 2014
Co-chairs Susan Epstein and Dar Collins greeted the 19 pairs of big and little sisters from the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston Saturday morning at Courageous Sailing Center. After Pat Dieselman and the Big Sister coordinator checked them in, the girls were outfitted with lifejackets and assigned skippers. >>Read more...
13th Women's Sailing Conference - June 7, 2014 - Marblehead, MA
On June 7th, the Corinthian Yacht Club hosted the 13th Annual Women’s Sailing Conference.
The weather was almost perfect, gentle southwest breezes with lots of sun. 85 women attended. >>Read more...
Great day on and off the water.
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Ahoy! AdventureSail® Graduates!
2014 Tall Ship Scholarship for AdventureSail® Graduates on board the Denis Sullivan.
The Women's Sailing Foundation (WSF) is pleased to announce a partnership with Sisters Under Sail for a unique opportunity for a teenage girl in 2014. >>Read more...
Visit the Scholarship page for more information and application. >>Click for info
NEW! Our annual newsletter is packed with great photos and stories of what NWSA and the Foundation have accomplished in the year 2013. Of course, we’ve included stories of other women’s events, women achievers and a few books to keep you going during the winter. >>Click here
Do you want to be part of a national non-profit organization that focuses on improving the lives of women and girls through education and sailing? Do you have a skill - event planning, fundraising , public relations, or secretarial – that you’re willing to put to volunteer work? If so, consider being a member of the board of directors of the Women's Sailing Foundation.
We are a working board. And while keeping the organization moving forward and getting more women involved in sailing, you will be giving back to the sport you enjoy.