2014 Sail for Hope

Saturday, October 4, 2014
First Start: 1100

2014 marks the 14th running of Sail for Hope.  In 2001, in the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and in the skies over Pennsylvania, a few local sailing enthusiasts scrambled to organize a regatta to honor and support those affected. 

The first Sail For Pride Regatta rallied over 180 boats and $110,000 designated for charities to support the NYFD firefighters, police and the victims of the attacks and their families.

The display of patriotism and generosity on and off the water made a lasting impression in the sailing community. After the inaugural year, the organizers retired the name Sail For Pride, but continued the event as Sail For Hope, reflecting the Rhode Island state motto and aimed at supporting local charities.  Charities supported over the years have included RI Red Cross, Seamen's Church Institute, Newport Harbormaster's Emergency Equipment Fund, local public high school sailing teams, US Olympic Sailing Trials and many more, including a huge fund-raising year in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina's devastation of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.

To date, nearly $1,000,000 has been raised for various charities. For more information on the 2014 running of Sail for Hope, email our Race Manager today.

REGATTA INFORMATION: (To Be Posted Here as Event Approaches)

NOTICE OF RACE

2014 Sail for Hope NOR 2014 Sail for Hope NOR

REGISTRATION - Register Online Here

WAIVER - All Skippers and Crew must complete before sailing

ONLINE NOTICE BOARD

SCRATCH SHEET (Preliminary) - Download below

2014 Sail for Hope Scratch Sheet 2014 Sail for Hope Scratch Sheet

SAILING INSTRUCTIONS - Download below

2014 Sail for Hope Sailing Instructions 2014 Sail for Hope Sailing Instructions

2014 RESULTS - Preliminary Results (Download below)

2014 Sail for Hope Results 2014 Sail for Hope Results


Past results available in the Regatta Archive


   

2014 CHARITIES

The Wounded Warrior Project and RI Red Cross Armed Services Families

The Roanoke, VA-based Wounded Warrior Project is a non-profit organization aimed at empowering and honoring wounded servicemen and women. The Wounded Warrior Project actively puts forth a rehabilitative effort in assisting our warriors to recover and transition back to a civilian lifestyle.





The RI Red Cross Service to Armed Forces Fund is a local charity. This charity assists servicemen and servicewomen and their families to prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. Also the RI Red Cross Service ensures that current and eligible former service members have ready access to emergency communications, case management services, and finally emergency financial assistance.