Welcome to Cayard Sailing

Paul Cayard

I just returned from one week of cruising with friends onboard a Moorings 4800 in the BVIs – refreshed and motivated.

Roomy, stable and shallow draft – the Moorings 4800 catamaran is the only way to fly. We hit the usual spots, Bitter End Yacht Club, Anegada for diving and a nice lobster dinner on the beach, the Cooper Island Beach Club which has gotten a major remake by her new British owners, then onto Norman and the Willie T and finally Jost Van Dyke, White Bay, the Soggy Dollar Bar, a new dinner spot called Corsairs which has excellent food and finally Scrub Island for a last night in a nice hotel before flying back to culture shock. Scrub Island Resort is only four years old and is truly a luxury resort – it’s worth trying out.

After a great week, and feeling inspired, I decided to update my website which has be now just been re-launched. Nothing major, just a fresh look.

Starting in December, I will be racing my Star in the Miami Winter Series, one event a month. I love the racing on Biscayne Bay in the winter and will have Brian Terhaar crewing for me.

I wish you all a happy holiday season!

Paul

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Baxter Bowl/5th District Championship

Father’s Day Newport Beach CA 18 teams competed for the 5th District Championship and the Baxter Bowl on Father’s Day weekend. The top two teams were, appropriately,  father-son teams! Six Star races were conducted over the weekend by Newport Harbor Yacht Club.   The conditions were typical; sunshine, 6-8 knots  of wind and sloppy seas. […]

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Rollins Bowl

San Diego May 24, 2015 The past two days a fleet of 16 Stars have been racing on Coronado Rhodes competing for the Rollins Bowl.  Chick Rollins was a fiery character who graced the San Diego Bay Star fleet for over 50 years. The usual cast of characters from California were in attendance including 4 […]


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