Tabor Sailing Competes in Fleet Racing Nationals

Posted by Rob Hurd on May 13, 2016 10:06:52 AM

This morning, members of the Tabor Academy sailing team departed for Charleston, SC to take part of the Interscholastic Sailing Association (ISSA) Fleet Racing Nationals for the Clifford Mallory Trophy.  The Mallory trophy is high school sailing’s oldest trophy dating back to 1930 when Headmaster Lillard and others started the sport.  Of the twelve founding schools, only Tabor, St George’s, The Hotchkiss School, and Choate Rosemary Hall still remain out of the 500+ high school programs that exist nation-wide today. 

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Topics: Tabor Sailing, School by the Sea, Athletics

1000 Leagues Across the Sea: North Atlantic Ocean Row

Posted by Cindy Way '92 on Feb 18, 2016 11:18:35 AM

In May 2016, James Caple and I are starting our quest to row across the North Atlantic Ocean from Cape Cod, MA to Ireland. This distance equates to approximately 2800 nautical miles through one of the most notoriously difficult oceans in the world. Just ask anyone who was on the Titanic! Upon successful completion of our row, we will be the first American pair, the first ever mixed pair, and for me, the first American Woman, to complete an ocean row across this challenging route.

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Topics: Tabor Sailing, School by the Sea, Athletics, Tabor Portraits, Alumni

Sailing Seawolves in California for Nationals

Posted by ksaltonstall on May 10, 2014 12:14:09 PM

By Rob Hurd, Head Sailing Coach

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Topics: Tabor Academy, Tabor Sailing, Athletics