Getting veterans on the water can provide physical, mental and emotional therapy for a variety of injuries and illness. Sailing is an outlet to cope with the long term effects of PTSD, brain injury, amputation, paralysis and nerve damage…plus it’s really fun way for our warrior sailors to express their most natural abilities: teamwork and competitive drive.


Start a lifelong bond with the sea with a three day sail training camp. Our professional coaches are trained in adaptive sailing and will have you at the helm of a sailboat on your first day!


For graduates of our Basic Training camps, these three day camps offer an opportunity to hone their sailing skills and lay the groundwork for inshore racing. We use higher performing boats like the J/22 and J/70 – the same used by amateur and professional sailors around the globe.


The Warrior Sailing Team races against some of the top disabled and able bodied sailors from around the country. Graduates from our program represent Warrior Sailing at the elite level of the sport.

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Basic Training Camp | St. Petersburg | Nov. 2-4, 2016

Open to all eligible participants – no prior sailing experience required!

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If you are flying delta, check out the article on Team Rubicon USA in the onboard sky magazine. Congrats to coach Joe Messere and his entire team on their success. Go check them out. Get involved! ... See MoreSee Less

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Warrior Sailors came out in force for the Disabled/Open America's Regatta in St. Petersburg Yacht Club St. Petersburg Sailing Center this weekend.
Dawn Hart not only took 1st place in the Sonar fleet sailing with IRL John Twomey and Brian Tabler, she also was awarded the Milan-Gruson Award for best female crew. Yahoo!
Coach Ian Hawsworth also had a podium finish in 2nd place of the Sonar fleet sailing with Bridgett Bodo and Deborah Smith. Way to go team!
Also sailing was Sammy Lugo and new graduate Rachelle Pontes with Jen French. Coach Maggy Ashton was sailing with Chicago sailors Bonnie & Kathiana. Big thanks too to Gene Hinkel for helping out the teams.
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Warrior Sailor Scott Ford was highlighted at the Blind Match Racing World Championships this past fall. Way to go Scott! WE encourage all graduates to get out and go sailing! Use our network of sailing friends to get out on the water and try out your skills! ... See MoreSee Less

Sailing is a nuanced, complex process—imagine doing it blind. Doesn't sound easy, does it? Well, Blind Match Racing, Sheboygan, Wisconsin do just that as the USA's blind match racing team. According...

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Warrior Care Month Town Hall November 30 2-3pm EST.
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