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Boat Clubs Get You On The Water Faster
Ready to go Sailing this season? It is estimated that a whopping 100 million Americans go boating every year according
5 Surprise Benefits of a SailTime Boston Membership
SailTime offers new boats, lots of opportunities to get on the water, great locations, scheduling flexibility, and more… but membership can be even better than what it looks like on paper.
Want to learn how to sail? We’ve got the tips you need to get started
Winter is finally over, and the weather is perfect to smell the fresh breeze and go sailing with friends and family. Or better yet, learn how to sail and take control of the helm!
Essential Boating Industry Tips for Beginners
Sailing is a beautiful pastime that provides you with sun, fun, and loads of memories. Unfortunately, it’s also a hobby
Northern SailTime Bases Shift Gears During the Winter Months
With the winter season in full force across the U.S., SailTime base owners in the Northern States are fully engaged with their off-season activities.
Summer Comes Early at the Green Bay Boat Show Feb. 4-6
The Green Bay Boat Show, presented by Ken’s Sports, brings together dealers and exhibitors from across the state, including Captain
Get the Full Scoop: Captain’s Wife Learns to Sail
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to take a sailing lesson at SailTime Door County with Captain
An overnight getaway on the Leah Helen
Have you ever wondered where you could sail in just a few days? The Leah Helen, a 39-foot Jeanneau Sun
Playing hooky: A Sail to Sister Bay
My husband, Bill, introduced me (Joan) to sailing in 2020. I took to it right away. I loved to relax
Beachcombing 101: A Door County Treasure – Sea Glass
Many adults and a whole lot of kids enjoy combing beaches for things of interest or value, hence the name
Things to see while sailing Door County: Washington Island
Leave the hustle and bustle of the peninsula behind. Many consider Washington Island the opposite of the Door Peninsula. As
Things to see while sailing Door County
Of the many islands that surround Door County, none may be more beautiful than Plum Island. This 325- acre island