Skippers

Sailors for the Sea Powered by Oceana is building a network of engaged conservation leaders in local communities through our Skipper Program. The Skipper Program provides local representation of Sailors for the Sea to help mobilize the sailing and boating community to act on waterway and ocean health issues and protect marine environments worldwide. Skippers are provided with the latest information and resources on sustainable boating practices and opportunities to engage the communities they represent on critical policy issues that are needed to combat plastic pollution, oil spills, depletion of marine life, and marine habitat destruction. If you are hosting a Clean Regatta or other ocean conservation event in your area and would like to get in touch with a local Skipper, please reach out to Program Manager, Paige Myatt.

If you are a leader in your sailing community passionate about our conservation work, we invite you to submit an application:
Apply to become a Skipper

New York City, New York
New York Yacht Club | Brown University Sailing Alum
Toronto, Canada
Royal Canadian Yacht Club | J105 Class
New York City, New York
New York Yacht Club | Brown University Sailing Alum
Marblehead, Massachusetts
Corinthian Yacht Club | Sustainable Marblehead
Rochester, New York
North Sails One Design | Sailing Word Magazine Editor
Stonington, Connecticut
New England Science and Sailing | University of Vermont Sailing Alum
Corpus Christi, Texas
Corpus Christi Yacht Club
Raleigh, North Carolina
NC State University Sailing Head Coach | SAISA Commissioner
San Francisco, California
Southwestern Yacht Club | Brown University Sailing Alum
San Diego, California
San Diego Yacht Club | North Sails
Coronado, California
Coronado Yacht Club
Newport, Rhode Island
Orcas Island, Washington
Orcas Island Yacht Club | J/111 Class