Pride of Baltimore II On Water Lecture Series

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Starting in May, 2014, the Pride of Baltimore II will visit NSHOF and hold on-water lectures in Annapolis at various times throughout the Summer and Fall. Check back later as dates are confirmed.

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Photo credit: G. Peter Boudreau

The National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame (NSHOF) and Pride of Baltimore, Inc. have established a strategic partnership to provide students unique educational experiences focusing on both War of 1812 History, and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) as well as educational programs for the general public.


Thank you for Registering for the 5th Annual Classic Wooden Sailboat Race & Rendezvous

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THANK YOU FOR REGISTERING

You should receive a confirmation email shortly.

Notice of Race - Click here for NOR (PDF)

Friday, Sept. 19 &
Saturday, Sept. 20

To download a printable schedule click here.

Arrival at NSHOF Docks
(preferred by 10am Saturday!)
10:00 am – 5:00 pm Boat Display and Viewing by the public
3:00 pm Caulking demonstration by Joe Reid of Mast & Mallet Boatworks
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Race registration at NSHOF
5:30 pm Reception at NSHOF
6:00 pm Race Competitor’s Meeting
6:30 pm Pot Luck at NSHOF!
7:30 pm Maritime movie at NSHOF!
Sunday,
September 21
11:00 am Warning Signal for Pursuit Race!

For more info contact Maria Museler ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) for the onshore events or Paul Miller ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) for the race.

5th Annual Classic Wooden Sailboat Rendezvous & Race - 2014

5th Annual Classic Wooden Sailboat Rendezvous & Race

A fun gathering of classic wooden sailboats to showcase their history and elegance and provide an informal oportunity to compete in a low-key race against similar vessels.

Scenes from 2nd Annual Classic Wooden Boat Rendezvous & Race

UPDATE: THE SCHOONERS WOODWIND WILL BE RACING, AND YOU CAN BE A PART OF IT! CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS!

REGISTER ONLINE - CLICK HERE

PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM

NOTICE OF RACE

PRESS RELEASE

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Boat Arrivals at NSHOF Docks: Friday & Saturday, September 19 & 20
Preferred by 10:00 am Saturday!


Saturday, September 20

10:00 am -
5:00 pm
Boat Display and Viewing by the Public
3:00 pm Caulking demonstration, Joe Reid of Mast & Mallet Boatworks
5:00 pm -
6:00 pm
Race Registration at NSHOF
5:30 pm Reception at NSHOF
6:00 pm Race Competitor's Meeting
6:30 pm Pot Luck Dinner at NSHOF!

Sunday, September 21

11:00 am Warning Signal for Pursuit Race

WindFinder Forecast for Annapolis


Check out the photos from last year's 4th Annual Classic!

4th Annual Race Results
Classic Wooden Sailboat Regatta
September 21, 2013 (Pursuit start - time at finish):

"Unleaded" Class:
1st EXOTIC MATERIALS -Albacore Time: 13:16:07
2nd ACORN DNF
"Premium" Class:
1st SASHAY 13:31:08
2nd HONALEE 13:31:18
3rd TROUT 13:34:31
4th BEAR 13:55:32
5th BULL 14:13:04
"Diesel" Class:
1st MUSTANG 13:26:39
2nd HOWARD BLACKBURN 13:37:39
3rd SPELLBOUND 13:40:48
4th LACERTA 13:50:19
5th VIGNETTE 13:54:54
6th NIGHTSHADE 13:55:51
7th ELF 13:56:21
8th WINSOME 14:04:36
9th SURF BIRD 14:08:34
10th WITCHCRAFT 14:10:21
11th KITTIWAKE 14:10:33
12th TIME DNF

List of Boats Participating in Last Year's Race:

Boat Name Length Owner or Skipper
Kittiwake 32' Stephan Abel
Berwyn 38' Carolyn Abernethy
Witchcraft 59' Dave Butler
Elf 58' Rick Carrion
Spellbound 44' Edmund Cutts, Jr.
Trout 22.7' Tom Gahs
Winsome 36' Ken Gummerson
Surf Bird 48' Richard Hall
Exotic Material 15' Barney Harris
Grizzly Bear 33' John Hedger
Mustang 32' Simon King
Stradivarius 14' Doug Loup
Mistress 76.5' Glenn McCormick
Honalee 29.5' Paul Miller
Sashay 22.8' Elliott Oldak
Howard Blackburn 57' Mark Roesner
Time 34' Mark Scott
Nightshade 36.5' Donald Shea
Howard Thorklson 57' Howard Thorklson
Bear 28' NSHOF
Bull 28' NSHOF
Lacerta 39.83' Mark Walter
Morgaine 10' Kristin White
Vignette 41' Peter Oetker
Myrtea 32' Rob Rowlands


Watch a video with photos from the Classic Rendezvous & Race -

Sponsored by the NSHOF and
Chesapeake Traditional Sailboat Association

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For more info contact Maria Museler ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) for the onshore events or Paul Miller ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) for the race.

Annapolis City Fair - Exhibitor Registration

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Register from your phone -  click here.

Annapolis City Fair - Exhibitor Information


Exhibitor Information -
Register Now For 2014

WHAT

A celebration of the City of Annapolis showcasing the services, opportunities and diversity of our historic community.

The City of Annapolis, in cooperation with the National Sailing Hall of Fame, is seeking public agencies, cultural institutions, sports associations, service organizations, educational institutions, environmental groups, neighborhood associates, sailing groups and other non-profits to participate.

“The NSHOF is pleased to join with the Mayor to host an event at City Dock which will celebrate who we are and what we do.”

- Gary Jobson, NSHOF President

WHERE

Annapolis City Dock and the National Sailing Hall of Fame

WHEN

May 10 & 11, 2014

Weekend of the National Offshore One-design Regatta

• Saturday 11 am – 5 pm • Sunday noon – 5 pm

WHO

Non-profit organizations with 501(c)(3) status including: Public agencies • Environmental organizations Cultural institutions • Sports associations • Service organizations Educational institutions • Neighborhood associations Media organizations • Sailing organizations, etc.

There is no charge for space or attending.

How

Non-profits will be able to fund-raise as permitted by City Code. No sales of merchandise, food, or beverages will be permitted.

City Code requires those that will solicit donations during the City Fair to apply for and acquire a solicitor's license from the City Clerk's office.  Each non-profit will need to complete the application (the fee will be paid for you) so that they will be able to request and receive donations throughout the event. The solicitors application form is available online and includes the specific code:

http://www.annapolis.gov/docs/default-source/forms-permits-and-licenses/solicitors-canvassers-license-procedures-and-application.pdf

Send all completed forms to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mail to:

National Sailing Hall of Fame
69 Prince George Street
Annapolis, MD 21041

The deadline for solicitors license applications is April 17, 2014.

The solicitor's license is NOT a vendors permit to sell goods. However, a donation that allows for a gift (like NPR campaigns) is allowed

Groups must bring their own tent, tables and chairs. Any vessels exhibiting must provide their own dock lines & fenders.

Click Here to Register Online

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Hall of Fame Bylaws - 2011

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NATIONAL SAILNG HALL OF FAME
BY-LAWS AND RULES FOR ELECTION

1.    The Selection Committee (the Committee) shall consist of no more than twelve (12) members nor less than ten (10) members.

2.    The Committee shall have national representation and include at least one (1) representative from the National Sailing Hall of Fame Board of Directors, U.S. Sailing, a member of the Hall of Fame, the media, the industry, NSHOF Founding Member Yacht Club, a sailing museum, community sailing, two (2) members at large and two (2) additional from the above listed groups.

3.    Committee members shall be appointed by the Board of the National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame and may be a member of the Board. The Chair will be appointed by the Board of the National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame. The terms will be three (3) year staggered. No member can sit for more than two (2) consecutive terms except for those members selected for the initial “short” terms of one (1) or two (2) years (allowing six (6) to eight (8) members to sit for seven (7) to eight (8) consecutive years if seated in the initial short first terms).

4.    A secretary will be appointed by the Committee and approved by the Board of Directors. The secretary shall be knowledgeable in sailing related information, but need not be a member of the Selection Committee. The duties of the secretary shall include: preparation of the agenda and minutes; handling correspondence; conducting balloting; and distribution of materials related to the business of the Committee.

5.    The Committee shall meet as needed at a time and location of its choosing for the purpose of recommending to the Board of Directors the names of the nominees for induction into the National Sailing Hall of Fame.

6.   Categories for candidates:

• Sailing: Racing, Cruising, Offshore

• Technical/Design: Designers, Builders, Sail-makers

• Contributions: Teachers, Coaches, Administrators, Media (including authored works, TV, film, etc.), Promoters, Organizers

7.   Criteria for candidates:

• Each candidate should be a U.S. Citizen; however if someone of international birth has had a significant impact on the growth and development of the sport of sailing in the United States they may be included.

• Minimum age of 45.

• Posthumous nominations may be made 5 years postmortem or in the year which the deceased would have reached 45 years of age or whichever is sooner.

8.    The annual number of inductees for 2011, 2012 and 2013 may not exceed fifteen (15) and for the years thereafter may not exceed five (5).

9.    Selection Process: Selection will be made from nominations made by the general public including the Committee but may not be anonymous. Submissions will be taken through notices posted in sailing media outlets and throughout the sailing community at large. The notices will indicate procedure for nomination and deadline for submission to the Committee. Submissions should indicate which category the candidate is best suited (marked by the nominator on the submission form).

10. Voting Process:

a)     For 2011, 2012 and 2013, the Committee will be split into three (3) working parties, with each working party to review all the submissions in an assigned category.  Each working party will submit up to twenty (20) names from its assigned category to the entire Selection Committee for a maximum total of 60 for the following ballot procedure:

Each member of the Committee shall rank the candidates from one (1) to sixty (60) (or up to the max submitted by the working committee if less than 60) one (1) being top choice/most qualified  and sixty (60) being the last choice/least qualified candidate. For each ranking a candidate receives a point value based on the following scale:

Rank

Value

1 -

total submitted by working Groups (up to 60 points)

2 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 1

3 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 2

4 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 3

Etc.


Once all points are tallied and totaled for each candidate, only up to fifteen (15) candidates receiving 66% of the possible points will be considered for nomination to the National Sailing Hall of Fame.

If more than fifteen (15) candidates receive 66% or more, then a subsequent vote will be taken with only those receiving more than 66%.  The candidates receiving the top fifteen (15) total points in this second ranking will be presented to the Board of Directors of the Hall of Fame for induction.

b)      For 2014 and thereafter, the Committee will be split into three (3) working parties, with each working party to review all the submissions in an assigned category.  Each working party will submit up to ten (10) names from its assigned category to the entire Selection Committee for a maximum total of 30 for the following ballot procedure:

Each member of the Committee shall rank the candidates from one (1) to thirty (30) (or up to the max submitted by the working committee if less than 30) one (1) being top choice/most qualified and thirty (30) being the last choice/least qualified candidate. For each ranking a candidate receives a point value based on the following scale:

Rank

Value

1 -

total submitted by working Groups (up to 30 points)

2 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 1

3 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 2

4 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 3

Etc.


Once all points are tallied and totaled for each candidate, only up to five (5) candidates receiving 66% of the possible points will be considered for nomination to the National Sailing Hall of Fame.

If more than five (5) candidates receive 66% or more, then a subsequent vote will be taken with only those receiving more than 66%.  The candidates receiving the top five total points in this second ranking will be presented to the Board of Directors of the Hall of Fame for induction.

11.  Carry over of candidates:
a)  For 2011, 2012 and 2013 up to twenty-five (25) candidates who were nominated by the public plus all other candidates nominated by the Committee will be carried over to the following year.
b)  For 2014 and thereafter the total number of candidates (maximum of 30) less/minus the nominated inductees for that year up to thirty (30) that are nominated for to the National Sailing Hall of Fame shall automatically be resubmitted into the candidate pool for the following year.  They may stay in that eligible pool for a maximum of 5 years before having to be re-nominated by the general public.

12.  The Board of Directors reserves the right to revoke, alter or amend these rules. Changes may not be made during the selection process.

Hall of Fame Bylaws - 2012

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NATIONAL SAILNG HALL OF FAME
BY-LAWS AND RULES FOR ELECTION

Updated 12/21/11

1.    The Selection Committee (the Committee) shall consist of no more than twelve (12) members nor less than ten (10) members.

2.    The Committee shall have national representation and include at least one (1) representative from the National Sailing Hall of Fame Board of Directors, U.S. Sailing, a member of the Hall of Fame, the media, the industry, NSHOF Founding Member Yacht Club, a sailing museum, community sailing, two (2) members at large and two (2) additional from the above listed groups.

3.    Committee members shall be appointed by the Board of the National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame and may be a member of the Board. The Chair will be appointed by the Board of the National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame. The terms will be three (3) year staggered. No member can sit for more than two (2) consecutive terms except for those members selected for the initial “short” terms of one (1) or two (2) years (allowing six (6) to eight (8) members to sit for seven (7) to eight (8) consecutive years if seated in the initial short first terms).

4.    A secretary will be appointed by the Committee and approved by the Board of Directors. The secretary shall be knowledgeable in sailing related information, but need not be a member of the Selection Committee. The duties of the secretary shall include: preparation of the agenda and minutes; handling correspondence; conducting balloting; and distribution of materials related to the business of the Committee.

5.    The Committee shall meet as needed at a time and location of its choosing for the purpose of recommending to the Board of Directors the names of the nominees for induction into the National Sailing Hall of Fame.

6.   Categories for candidates:

• Sailing: Racing, Cruising, Offshore

• Technical/Design: Designers, Builders, Sail-makers

• Contributions: Teachers, Coaches, Administrators, Media (including authored works, TV, film, etc.), Promoters, Organizers

7.   Criteria for candidates:

• Each candidate should be a U.S. Citizen; however if someone of international birth has had a significant impact on the growth and development of the sport of sailing in the United States they may be included.

• Minimum age of 45.

• Posthumous nominations may be made 5 years postmortem or in the year which the deceased would have reached 45 years of age or whichever is sooner.

8.    The annual number of inductees for 2012 and 2013 may not exceed 10.

9.    Selection Process: Selection will be made from nominations made by the general public including the Committee but may not be anonymous. Submissions will be taken through notices posted in sailing media outlets and throughout the sailing community at large. The notices will indicate procedure for nomination and deadline for submission to the Committee. Submissions should indicate which category the candidate is best suited (marked by the nominator on the submission form).

10. Voting Process:

a)     For 2012 and 2013, the Committee will be split into three (3) working parties, with each working party to review all the submissions in an assigned category.  Each working party will submit up to fourteen (14) names from its assigned category to the entire Selection Committee for a maximum total of 42 for the following ballot procedure:

Each member of the Committee shall rank the candidates from one (1) to forty-two (42) (or up to the max submitted by the working committee if less than 42) one (1) being top choice/most qualified  and forty-two (42) being the last choice/least qualified candidate. For each ranking a candidate receives a point value based on the following scale:

Rank

Value

1 -

total submitted by working Groups (up to 42 points)

2 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 1

3 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 2

4 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 3

Etc.


Once all points are tallied and totaled for each candidate, only up to ten (10) candidates receiving 66% of the possible points will be considered for nomination to the National Sailing Hall of Fame.

If more than ten (10) candidates receive 66% or more, then a subsequent vote will be taken with only those receiving more than 66%.  The candidates receiving the top ten (10) total points in this second ranking will be presented to the Board of Directors of the Hall of Fame for induction.

b)      For 2014 and thereafter, the Committee will be split into three (3) working parties, with each working party to review all the submissions in an assigned category.  Each working party will submit up to ten (10) names from its assigned category to the entire Selection Committee for a maximum total of 30 for the following ballot procedure:

Each member of the Committee shall rank the candidates from one (1) to thirty (30) (or up to the max submitted by the working committee if less than 30) one (1) being top choice/most qualified and thirty (30) being the last choice/least qualified candidate. For each ranking a candidate receives a point value based on the following scale:

Rank

Value

1 -

total submitted by working Groups (up to 30 points)

2 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 1

3 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 2

4 -

total submitted by working Groups minus 3

Etc.


Once all points are tallied and totaled for each candidate, only up to five (5) candidates receiving 66% of the possible points will be considered for nomination to the National Sailing Hall of Fame.

If more than five (5) candidates receive 66% or more, then a subsequent vote will be taken with only those receiving more than 66%.  The candidates receiving the top five total points in this second ranking will be presented to the Board of Directors of the Hall of Fame for induction.

11.  Carry over of candidates:
a)  For 2011, 2012 and 2013 up to twenty-five (25) candidates who were nominated by the public plus all other candidates nominated by the Committee will be carried over to the following year.
b)  For 2014 and thereafter the total number of candidates (maximum of 30) less/minus the nominated inductees for that year up to thirty (30) that are nominated for to the National Sailing Hall of Fame shall automatically be resubmitted into the candidate pool for the following year.  They may stay in that eligible pool for a maximum of 5 years before having to be re-nominated by the general public.

12.  The Board of Directors reserves the right to revoke, alter or amend these rules. Changes may not be made during the selection process.

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