Author: Francis George

Oakcliff's Spring Art Show & Champagne Brunch will take place on Saturday, March 28, 11am-3pm. This year's theme is celebrating Oakcliff's 10th Birthday and we are now accepting art submissions until Friday, March 6. We will notify you if your art is accepted no later...

GRAD DOING GREAT: CHRIS KENNEDY Chris Kennedy first came to Oakcliff in the summer of 2012 after graduating from the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering. He was one of the earliest Sapling classes and accepted a job offer at Oakcliff at the...

Newport, R.I. (February 5, 2020) – The C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta and Oakcliff Sailing are pleased to announce that the fifth annual Clagett/Oakcliff Match Race Clinegatta for sailors with disabilities will be held on September 18-20, 2020. Sagamore Yacht Club will...

While countless people are breaking out their lederhosens to celebrate Oktoberfest, Oakcliff is bringing in a mechanical bull to the party...

OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK (October, 7, 2019) – The third and final stage of the Oakcliff Triple Crown Series wrapped up with big breeze in five Olympic classes...

Oakcliff Training Program Director, Ethan Johnson, and Cat Chimney, Technical Specialist & Rigger, traveled to Ethan’s stomping grounds, the Old Line State of Maryland, to compete in the 2019 Annapolis Yacht Club Double-Handed Distance Race. With the support of their sponsor, CFOforaday, they entered in...

All four of the Olympic classes that competed in Stage 2 of the Oakcliff Triple Crown Series, make their way downwind (49er, Nacra 17, 470W, and 470M) OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK (September 30, 2019) - The Oakcliff Triple Crown Series has been running for three years...

Newport, R.I. (September 22, 2019) – Sailors with disabilities who have been racing in the fourth Clagett/Oakcliff Match Racing Clinic and Regatta have sailed for two days in Oyster Bay, N.Y. and there is a new team crowned the winners, Sarah Everhart Skeels (Little Compton,...

The 2019 Vineyard Race hosted by Stamford Yacht Club started in 15 knots of breeze gusting 18 with sunny skies. It was a downwind run off the line and all three Farr 40s deployed their A2s. They each also set a staysail for extra stability and a little...