Seafaring Women Sailors spin yarn of their adventures far and wide in our online storytelling series She Sailor Sea Story. We welcome members of NWSA and their shipmates to tune in for an evening of intrigue, laughter and community. Join in LIVE on zoom or listen to the replays. Keep up to date on our next guest announcements by join our newsletter.
She Sailor Sea Story — ADVENTURES
Friday, August 26 @ 7:30pm Eastern / 4:30pm Pacific
Across the nation many have worked with NWSA, local women’s sailing associations, sailing centers and girl serving organizations to bring a taste of sailing adventure to under-served girls. This She Sailor Sea Story episode centers around girls who have experienced a introduction to sailing, loved it, applied and recieved sailing scholarships. It is certain to be a special hour with girls, coaches and volunteers who joyously share sailing.
Explore Our Archived Episodes
In celebration of Black History Month, Marie Roger’s tells of a childhood spent as an outsider in a white neighborhood to becoming the first Black woman Commodore of the Los Angeles Yacht Club.
July 1 2021 with Mo Villalobos Morrow, Victoria & Sarah Pederson
hosted by Skipper Jenn Harkness. 3 female sailors tell their wind-themed stories of discovery, beauty, growth and survival.
Sept 18, 2020 with Anne Bryant
Anne’s boats are works of high artisan craftsmanship. On a cold day a particularly sentimentally cherished, hand-built craft breaks away in high seas! OH! NO!
March 29 2021 with Gioia Blix, Sam Hicks and Amy Nelson
This special episode is an apt celebration of women who were given a chance to make magical moments for crew, children and communities along the Hudson River Valley.
May 23 2020 with Susan Epstein
Native of Boston, MA, Epstein sailed and raced on the waters of Massachusetts Bay since she was six years old. She shares her long sailing journey of knocking out glass ceilings by using her fast moving mast.
with Barbara Ross, Amy Alton, Marie Rogers
Conditions encountered while rounding a Hawaiian island taught Barbara Ross a few sailing lessons she has not forgotten even decades later.