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Hometown: Reno, NV, USA. Hello! I’m Calicima I go by Cali. I grew up sailing on Lake Tahoe in my family boat until I was about thirteen years old. I started sailing again around seventeen in San Francisco bay on J24’s, J80’s and J105’s. I had...

Hometown: Hyannis, MA, USA. My name is Matt Hersey, I grew up racing Optis, C420s and Lasers on Cape Cod, occasionally racing PHRF and extensively team racing with Barnstable High School. I plan to continue coaching at Hyannis Yacht Club and compete for Northeastern University at...

Brian started sailing at the age of three but never enjoyed it. It was only when he competed in the 2017 Around Long Island Race that he caught the offshore bug. His sole focus is on offshore racing and his ultimate goal of competing The...

Hugh Dougherty, of Cambridge, MA, comes to Oakcliff with his sights set on improving his match racing and offshore racing plus to continue to advance through the ranks of race management. Hugh continues to be an active racer in various boats like the Laser, MIT Tech...

Sara Stone, of Marion, Massachusetts, USA, grew up dinghy racing out of the Beverly Yacht Club. After developing an interest in larger boats, Sara worked as a sailing instructor on board 50-foot vessels, while simultaneously gaining experience with offshore passage making. She has now has...

Brian Reilly is currently serving as Boat Captain for the Ker 50 Temptation....

Alex "Firefly" Lulewicz is currently serving as Boat Captain on Farr 40 Blue....

Madeline grew up sailing at Cedar Point YC in Westport, CT – coming from a large family of sailors and naval architects (as well as a few siblings a bit less enthusiastic about the water). She learned to race in Vanguard 15s in 1996 and has loved...

Seth has an undergraduate degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Webb Institute as well as a Master’s degree in Yacht and Small Craft Design from the University of Southampton (UK).  With work experience in both boatyards and design offices, it is his ultimate...

Brendan started sailing when he was eight years old, dodging tanker traffic in Boston Harbor at Courageous Sailing Center. Seeking a little more variety he moved to Community Boating and started racing 420s and lasers. During his summers Brendan split his time between junior sailing...