|10/4/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS PERSONALITY - IAN POULIOT|
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|10/4/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS PERSONALITY - MIKE BOSTON|
Mike Boston - Ullman Sails Detroit Home Town and Current Residence:Mt. Clemens, Michigan for both! The loft is in Clinton Township, North of Detroit proper. I’ve been here almost my whole life, aside from a two-year stint in Ontario.
|10/4/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS PERSONALITY - WALLY CROSS|
Wally Cross - Ullman Sails Detroit Home Town and Current Residence:I grew up in East Detroit, the loft is in the Charter Township of Clinton, and I live in Grosse Point Woods. I’ve been near Detroit my whole life, graduating from high school here in 1973 and ultimately going to Michigan State University for school.
|10/4/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS DETROIT JOINS ULLMAN SAILS|
Ullman Sails is excited to announce the opening of its newest location, Ullman Sails Detroit. The full service loft, based on the northeast shore of Lake St. Clair in the Charter Township of Clinton, provides new sails, canvas and sail service to the Detroit and broader Great Lakes sailing communities.
|9/30/2015 - 2015 J/70 NORTH AMERICANS DEBRIEF – ULLMAN SAILS Q&A|
Photo by Joysailing – www.joysailing.comThe Green Flash J/70 North American Championships wrapped up this weekend after four days of fierce competition in San Diego, California. Erik Brockmann of Ullman Sails Mexico, Scott Steele of Ullman Sails Annapolis and Greg Koski of Ullman Sails Cleveland sat down to reflect on the event, and how the fleet was pushed to sail at peak performance.
|9/21/2015 - J/70 NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW|
By Greg Koski, Ullman Sails ClevelandGreg Koski, a veteran in the J/70 class and owner of Ullman Sails Cleveland, gives an update on the upcoming J/70 North Americans and a look at what competitors should expect.
|8/12/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS BRAND AMBASSADOR - SKIP NOVAK|
Home Town: Berwyn, Illinois – a suburb of Chicago Current Residence: Cape Town, South Africa What path did you take to have the experience and desire to take on around-the-world racing? I can trace my passion for adventure back to when I grew up sailing on the Great Lakes.
|7/24/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS SELECTED BY SOUTHERN WIND SHIPYARD|
SW102' 'SEAWAVE’, Images courtesy of Southern Wind Shipyard, Photography of Rob Kamhoot Ullman Sails is the chosen sailmaker for the 31.7m (104ft) SW102 luxury yacht ‘SEAWAVE,’ the most recent performance super yacht built by Southern Wind Shipyard.
|7/10/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS ANNOUNCES SPONSORSHIP OF 'BARBA' EXPEDITION|
(Photo by Ivan Kutasov) Ullman Sails announces its partnership with Norwegian Arctic expedition vessel ‘Barba’ and her crew composed of a Norwegian captain, an American travel journalist, a Russian Arctic sailor, a German photographer and a Norwegian explorer.
|6/22/2015 - CRUISING CODE ZERO FAQ|
By Chuck Skewes of Ullman Sails San DiegoMany sailors, especially cruisers, shy away from the code zero, despite the sail’s versatility and ability to add significant increases in boat speed.
|5/29/2015 - PREPARING FOR LONG-TERM OFFSHORE CRUISING- PART 2|
6 Months Out to Departure DayBy Winston Wiggins of Ullman Sails South AfricaThis series covers what it takes to prepare to live aboard a yacht long-term, travel around the world and live confidently at sea.
|5/13/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS PERSONALITY - BRAD STEPHENS|
Brad Stephens – Ullman Sails InternationalHead of Technical Development Home Town: Sydney, Australia Current Residence: Sydney has always been my home. As a region it covers a large area and at each stage of my life I have lived in different parts as dictated by work and family activities.
|5/11/2015 - ANCHORS AWAY|
USING SAIL POWER WHILE SETTING AND LIFTING ANCHOR By Craig Middleton of Ullman Sails South AfricaAnchoring gives sailors the ability to stop, attend to repairs, avoid dangerous situations and leave their boats unattended without fear of drifting.
|4/7/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS PERSONALITY - ROBY VENCATO|
Roby Vencato – Ullman Sails TriesteHome Town: Brescia (Central Northern Italy) Current Residence: Trieste (Northeast Italy at the northern tip of the Adriatic Sea) How did you get into sailmaking and learn to make sails? I started sailing when I was 6 years old and was at the yacht club every day.
|3/23/2015 - PREPARING TO WIN A LONG DISTANCE OFFSHORE RACE|
By Francesco De Vita of Ullman Sails South AfricaTo say Francesco DeVita is a veteran sailor vastly understates his experience. An America’s Cup sailor, J/24 World Champion and winner of countless offshore events including the Rolex Fastnet Race, the Giraglia Rolex Cup, and the Rolex Middle Sea Race, Francesco knows what it takes to prepare for, and win, long distance offshore races.
|3/11/2015 - WHEN TO REPAIR, WHEN TO BUY USED, WHEN TO BUY NEW|
By Chuck Skewes of Ullman Sails San DiegoYou have been spending more time thinking about your sails recently. You are excited to get on the water and are considering options for your sail inventory.
|2/13/2015 - ULLMAN SAILS NEWS AND FEATURED RESULTS|
A lot has been happening at Ullman Sails, here is the latest news to keep you in the loop! New Ullman Sails Locations!- Ullman sails is continuing to populate the globe! Our newest location, Ullman Sails Annapolis has opened its doors and they have a seminar on March 28th! Get in touch and sign up for the seminar by clicking here.
|2/13/2015 - PREPARING FOR LONG-TERM OFFSHORE CRUISING- PART 1|
24 to 12 Months from DepartureBy Winston Wiggins of Ullman Sails South AfricaWinston Wiggins has hundreds of thousands of miles of offshore sailing under his belt. In this two-part series Winston uses his own experience and his numerous encounters with families who have successfully (or unsuccessfully) pushed off the dock for a life at sea.
|1/29/2015 - SETTING A SCHEDULE FOR YOUR RACING SEASON|
An organized schedule is essential to a successful racing season AND to build the best sailing teams. Greg Koski from Ullman Sails Cleveland and Erik Shampain from Ullman Sails Newport Beach offer their experiences and advice to boat owners for putting together a successful schedule for any racing season.