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On Thursday August 9, 2012, the Mill Neck Family of Organizations will host a Charitable Sailing Regatta in Oyster Bay, NY called “Sail the Sound for Deafness.” Oakcliff Sailing, The WaterFront Center, Oyster Bay Marine Center, the North Oyster Bay Baymen’s Association and various other...

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In our last Grade 5 we had an interesting situation. Andrew BLUE and Jamie YELLOW were coming in towards the finish on starboard jibe. Andrew was carrying a penalty. The Race Committee was not aware of the penalty. Andrew attempted to...

We are happy to report that Oakcliff's reputation is spreading around the globe. In Alicante, the professionals instantly 'got it' and are looking forward to integrating our graduates into future projects. I also couldn't help but notice that Ian Walker, skipper of Abu Dhabi...

Racers traveled from all over to attend the 2nd annual Oakcliff Halloween Regatta in Oyster Bay, NY. The teams hailed from Canada, the USVI, California, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. Racing was intense, as were the conditions. On Saturday, the first day of racing, temperatures on the...

On November 4th there will be three hours of SAILING on ESPN Classic! That's right, block off your Friday evening - sailing will be on mainstream TV. Three episodes, produced by legendary sailor Gary Jobson, are set to air. Here is a preview of each episode...

The 2nd annual Oakcliff Halloween Regatta is this weekend. The lineup this year is especially strong - this event is not to be missed. Two teams are coming from Canada, one from the US Virgin Islands,  another from Marblehead, one from Peaqot YC, and yet...

In preparation for the AYC Fall Series, both the Ker 50 and Ker 11.3 practiced this past Saturday. With fair breeze between 10 and 17kts, teams were able to practice mark roundings, sets, douses, and starts. If you are interested in participating in the AYC...

Day 2 at the Oakcliff Invitation began with a light northerly, filling in Cold Spring Harbor from across Long Island Sound. The breeze veered east and eventually came all the way south at 1:00 PM, which promised a strong and steady seabreeze. The pecking order was...