Stay up to date with all things College Sailing Nationals! Below are details for spectators and fans about how to watch racing onsite at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY and how to watch from home.

For teams competing at each event and for more information please visit Techscore, under the “Notice Board” section of each event.


Parents and fans are welcome and encouraged to come to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and watch nationals. There will be designated areas where parents and spectators will be able to view the racing.

  • Each team will have an assigned area during the event, where they can set up chairs, tents, etc. This area will be open to parents.
  • The 2nd floor Pavilion of the Yocum Sailing Center will also be open to parents and spectators.
  • There will be an Event Tent on the Eldridge Pool Lawn (see map). The racing will be livestreamed to a TV in the tent. The Awards Presentation will take place here.
  • There will also be stadium bleacher seating along the sea wall.



There will be a Welcome Briefing at the Event Tent from VIP and the Academy Administration to all competitors and spectators in the morning at the beginning of each Nationals (0900-0905).


  • All spectators will park at the Roosevelt Field parking area.
  • Spectators will turn right onto Stepping Stone Ln (before the Front Gate), then turn right until the first parking lot on their Right. Public Safety will direct cars to spots in the Roosevelt Lot.
  • After parking, spectators can follow the yellow lines to the Sailing Center and Regatta Site. (See map below.)


Produced by Chris Love Productions, partnered with FlyPack, NY

The 2023 College Sailing National Championships will be live-streamed for those who wish to follow along online and for those who cannot make it in person.


Live Stream Dates and Times: 
The Live Stream will begin on May 25 (Women’s Finals) and conclude June 2 (Open Finals). The Live Stream will begin with a Pre-Race Show beginning at 1:30 EST each day.

Live Stream Features: 

  • Live On-Board Dinghy Cameras
  • Live Mic’d Up Athletes
  • Drone Cameras
  • RC Cameras
  • Umpire Cameras
  • On Course Cameras
  • On Course Audio
  • Elevated Platform Cameras
  • Live Tracking and Graphics
  • Slow Motion Replay

Broadcaster Lineup: 

Gloria Kevliciute – 2022 College Sailing Broadcaster, 2021 Robert H. Hobbs Sportsman of the Year Finalist.

Pearson Potts – 2-Time All-American, First Team All-NEISA, 11th World Match Race Rank (2019)

Sophia Reineke – 2022 Quantum Women’s College Sailor of the Year, 2-Time Women’s Singlehand National Champion, 2-Time Women’s Dinghy National Champion

Jack Parkin – 2020 Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year, 2 Time All-American, 2017 I420 World Champion

Charlie Lomax – 2018 Robert H. Hobbs Sportsman of the Year, United States Merchant Marine Academy Alumni (2018)

Dave Perry – 1975 Open Dinghy National Champion, 2-Time All-American, 5-Time U.S. Match Race National Champion, 2-Time Congressional Cup Champion, World Sailing Hall of Fame Member, National Sailing Hall of Fame

Charlotte Rose – 2-Time Singlehand National Champion

Spencer Kriegstien – 2023 First Team All-Maisa

Instagram and Facebook will be updated each day with the latest photos from racing. Instagram stories will be updated throughout the day for race updates and condition reports.

Instagram: @collegesailing
Facebook: Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA)
Youtube: Intercollegiate Sailing Association of North America