Author: Oakcliff Sailing

Liz spoke with Fletcher Boland of the Marblehead to Halifax Race (MHOR) about Oakcliff's entry in the race and the trend towards a dominant youth presence in the event. The result: a great write-up for Oakcliff. We are thrilled to be playing our part in the push of...

Liz compiled a great blog along the course of the Pineapple Cup. Read on for a "flying fish" look at what life was like offshore en route to Jamaica. Pineapple Cup Log - Oakcliff Racing/Bodacious Dream Class 40 - Double-handed  Co-Skippers Elizabeth Shaw & Jeff MacFarlane -Latitude 27: start off...

Montego Bay, Jamaica (February 12, 2015)- The Oakcliff Racing Team crossed the finish line of the 2015 Montego Bay Race for the Pineapple Cup at 23:28:21 February 10th. After jostling with another class 40, Amhas 2, for most of the race. Oakcliff’s Elizabeth Shaw and...

Oakcliff's winter seminars are highlighted in the latest edition of Port Washington News. Be sure to sign up early to any or all of our fantastic upcoming seminars before they're full. A perfect way to shake off those winter blues!  ...

  Oakcliff's Training Program Director Liz Shaw along with Oakcliff grad Jeff MacFarlane will race Bodacious Dream in the 800+nm Pineapple Cup Montego Bay Race starting Feb 6th. The coverage starts now, however, as Liz shares her thoughts with BYM News and Scuttlebutt Sailing is also quick to the mark covering the...

L-R: US Sailing President Tom Hubbell, US Sailing Training Committee Vice Chair & Nominator Charlie Arms, Oakcliff’s Elizabeth Shaw, award presenter and Chairman of the US Sailing Training Committee Richard Jepsen New Orleans, LA (January 22, 2015)- Mardi Gras may not be for another month but US...

OYSTER BAY, NY (09.05.14) - With the round robin completed, Riptide Racing (Poole) distinguished themselves from the rest of the fleet with a 10-1 record.   “Throughout the round robin, our team had spectacular onboard communication,” said Christopher Poole, the winner of the round robin. “We...