News

July 10, 2022 (OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK) - Cormac Murphy with his young team from The Waterfront Center won all of his races to win Oakcliff’s July Grade 4 Regatta for the second year running.   The rest of the fleet needed Dave Perry’s three...

Jeffery Petersen from Balboa Yacht Club wins the third David Storrs Memorial Qualifier, qualifying him for the USMRC. Pearson Potts came in second right behind him, but not without a strong fight. In the petite finals, Peter Wickwire won the first to two over Dave...

Winners Nick Muller and Nevin Snow. Lexi Pline/Oakcliff Sailing Sunday, October 3, 2021 (OYSTER BAY, NEW YORK) - Oakcliff’s Olympic class Triple Crown series continued this weekend, with eight 49er teams vying for over $35,000 in prize grants. Oakcliff’s goal in hosting the Triple Crown is...

Ravi Parent (middle) with the 2021 Foiling Camp trainees Nacra 17 Olympic hopeful Ravi Parent stopped by the office recently to update us on his progress towards the 2024 Olympics (and beyond). Ravi has recently partnered with Oakcliff graduate Sarah Stone for his next quad, as...

Competitors battled hard in light winds at Oakcliff’s August Grade 3 August 14-15. Cormac Murphy took first place, continuing his winning streak from July, where he took the win at the  Grade 5 and Grade 4 regattas. Jack Parkin took second, while World Match Racing...

OC86 in the Chicago Mac. The newest boat in Oakcliff’s fleet, OC86, completed a banner Midwest Circuit this July as part of Oakcliff’s Midwest Maxi program. Under the tutelage of accomplished offshore and America’s Cup sailors Dawn Riley, David “The Rat” Blanchfield, Jim Turner, and Brad...

Peter Holtz races at the David Storrs Memorial Regatta April 18 in Oyster Bay, NY. Lexi Pline / Oakcliff Sailing Oakcliff’s 2021 season opened this weekend with the David Storrs Memorial Regatta in Match 40s. The regatta is held in honor of Match Racing enthusiast, champion...

OYSTER BAY, NY - Once upon a time, America’s Cup great Ted Turner claimed that Great Lake’s most prestigious Mackinac Races were to be sailed on a “mill pond” - only to take back his words as 60mph winds came screaming down the 333 mile...