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Trawler Fest
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL – January 29 - 31, 2010
  • San Diego, CA – March 5 - 7, 2010
  • Anacortes, WA – May 20 - 22, 2010
  • Northeast TBD – TBD, 2010
  • Solomons, MD – September TBD, 2010

  • Dinghy Locker @ Landfall events
  • USODA Team Race Midwinters
    Jan 16 - 18 2010 St. Petersburg Yacht Club, St. Pete, FL
  • Valentines Regatta
    Feb 6 - 7 2010 St. Petersburg Yacht Club, St. Pete, FL
  • USODA Team Trials
    Apr 29 - May 2, 2010 Texas Corinthian Yacht Club, Kemah, TX
  • 2010 USODA Nationals
    July 16 - 24, 2010 Fishing Bay Yacht Club, Deltaville, VA

  • Sponsorships
  • US SAILING Safety @ Sea Seminars
  • PassageMaker's Trawler Fest
  • America's Great Loop Cruiser's Assoiation
  • University of Michigan Sailing
  • USODA Gold Sponsor

  • Boat Shows
  • Annapolis Sail Boat Show - October 6 - 10, 2011
    Come visit us in the Tent at Booth C-42.

  • Fishing Shows
  • Eastern Fishing & Outdoor Expo – Worcester, MA, February 10 - 13, 2011
  • World Fishing & Outdoor Expo – Suffern, NY, March 3 - 6, 2011
  • The Saltwater Fishing Expo – Somerset, NJ, March 18 - 20, 2011

  • Educational Opportunities
  • Marine Training Center - The Landfall Navigation Marine Training Center exists to help all boaters - sail, power, or professional - improve their skills.

  • Marine Seminars by Landfall

    You Are Legal, But Are You Safe?
    Short-Handed Crew Emergencies

    These seminars are designed for the cruising couple and addresses what happens and what needs to be done immediately when a sailor is hurt or lost overboard. It includes approximately 1 1/2 hours of lecture and demonstrations of the state of the art safety equipment and procedures. This course is modeled after the AOPA "Pinch Hitter Course" for private pilots' spouses and to prepare the less-experienced sailor.

    Coastal Piloting for the Recreational Boater
    This seminar is designed for groups of 3 - 25 and includes not only the basics of chart reading, the magnetic compass, course plotting, and tides and current navigation, but also a brief discussion of the navigation rules of the road, the proper use of your VHF radio and some short cuts to make piloting more fun, less stressful and easier. This course can be customized to your local area with adequate notice. Depending upon the size and background of your group this course may take 3 to 5 3-hour sessions with plenty of hands-on exercises.

    Please contact Capt. Henry E. Marx via email at or telephone (203) 487-0775 ext. 13 to discuss any course requests.

    Other interesting sites
  • Stamford Sailing Foundation - The mission of our Foundation is to identify at-risk and inner-city public school students, then give them opportunities to achieve self-realization and independence through a variety of water-based programs including sailing small boats by themselves, swimming and water safety, and Long Island Sound environmental and related marine studies. For these disadvantaged youngsters, sailing thus becomes, quite literally, a vehicle to a better life.
  • SoundWaters - SoundWaters is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 and continues to be the leading environmental education organization on Long Island Sound. Programs take place at the Coastal Education Center; on the SoundWaters, an 80’ three-masted schooner; at schools, community centers and field sites; and at our summer program. The mission of SoundWaters is to educate children and adults about the wonders and beauty of Long Island Sound and its watershed. Through education, SoundWaters provides people with an understanding and awareness of the changes they can make in their lives and communities to restore, protect and preserve Long Island Sound and the environment.
  • Southport Sailing Foundation - An abundant source of information for young American sailors looking to take the next step in their sailing careers. Find a coach, set up your own web page for your racing campaign, research venues, create and manage your own racing calendar, find and apply for sailing grants, develop your sailing resume, learn more about youth and Olympic classes, see helpful resources from other sailors’ campaigns.

  • Information
  • Practical Sailor - We take the guesswork out of boat & gear buying.
  • Powerboat Reports - For impartial and uncompromising evaluations of today's boating equipment and gear.

  • Stormforce CoachingStormforce Coaching

    Based in the UK, Stormforce offers charters for cruising, Holidays and Racing in both Power and Sailboats.

    They also offer top notch ship or shore based training facility and are an accredited RYA training center.
    Stormforce is also accredited with the following agencies:
  • The Maritime and Coastguard Agency
  • The British Marine Federation
  • British Water Ski
  • HSA
  • RYA Onboard
  • Superyacht UK
  • The Marine Survival Association
  • BSAC Seamanship Centre

  • Stormforce also has a great selection of Caribbean Regatta Charters for the Caribbean Spring Series including:
  • The RORC Caribbean 600
  • The Heineken St. Martin Regatta
  • Antigua Sailing Week

  • Check out their website for more information on these and other Race charter events.

    Contact Stormforce for YRA and other top notch training.

    Keep them on your short list for your Charters and Holiday sailing.

    Speak to Doug and tell them Landfall sent you:

    Stormforce Training
    Shamrock Quay Marina,
    William Street,
    Southampton, Hants,
    SO14 5QL


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