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Star of India Companion Sail Photos!

The Star of India Companion Sail on November 17th and 18th was truly a historical celebration. The passengers and crew of the Yacht America were honored to escort the world’s oldest active sailing ship originally built in 1863. This wonderful occasion was the first time the Star of India sailed in five years. Since the…

Star of India Companion Sail

Five years have elapsed since the last time Star of India sailed, so the opportunity to join her under sail this November makes this an a more unique experience! Sail alongside the Star of India on Saturday, November 17 or Sunday, November 18 for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. She will sail through the San Diego Bay and head out to sea…

Planning Your Holiday Party?

Are you looking for the perfect venue for your holiday party? Festive atmosphere? Luxurious accommodations? Sail this season aboard the Yacht America. Your guests will be talking about this holiday party for years to come! Next Level Sailing is offering the gorgeous 1851 replica, Yacht America,…

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

What a great month! Here at Next Level Sailing, we love October as it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We teamed up with Making Strides Against Breast Cancer as well as Cabrillo Credit Union to hoist the largest Pink Mainsail in the world. Stretching 2,500 sq….

Yacht America’s Journey South

Yacht America successfully visited 100+ Yacht Clubs on her journey south from Maine. She encountered some of the nicest people. Troy Sears spoke to at least 100,000 people, sharing his love of the America’s Cup and sailing in general. For many, sailing on the Yacht America built confidence. It also sparked an interest to continue…

Yacht America Visits America’s Hometown

As the Yacht America started her journey south from Maine, her wanted to visit as many yacht clubs to achieve her mission: get people excited about sailing and educate sailors about the America’s Cup. The Yacht America and her crew were thrilled to get a call from Mary Shields. She asked Captain Troy Sears if…