One Sailor Believes It’s Time To Question Youth Sailing

One of the aspects of getting old is that you have seen stuff. And after 49 years of racing and sailing, Geoffrey Emanuel is not too impressed with what he has seen.

His sailing roots are New England, and his racing spans from singlehanded dinghies to 12 meters, offshore, coastal and lake sailing throughout the U.S., plus four years as a junior sailing instructor.

After observing over time the refinement of youth sailing, Geoffrey describes how he believes it has negatively impacted the sport.  Read more at