Team 11th Hour Racing is a collaboration between Sailors for the Sea and the 11th Hour Project. Through their sponsorship of winning sailing teams and clean regattas, 11th Hour Racing works to advance sailing practices that improve the energy profile and performance of racing boats, and increase the personal investment of sailors in the health of our waters. Learn more by visiting www.11thhourracing.org. Follow them on Facebook for more frequent updates.
Team 11th Hour Racing works with:
The Atlantic Cup, a Class 40 race from Charleston, SC to Newport, RI with a stopover in New York City. 2012 will be the second running of the event. They have once again made a commitment to achieve gold level Clean Regattas certification, encouraging teams to minimize use of fossil fuels and impact on the marine environment.
Team Maclaren, a team of three women on the US SAILING team, aspiring to go to the 2012 Olympics, and be the best women's match race team in the world, through hard work and dedication.
11th Hour Racing also has two teams that sail under the 11th Hour name. A J/24 Team that won the 2010 J/24 World Championship in Malmo, Sweden. The boat was skippered by Tim Healy with crews Gordon Borges, Moose McClintock, Dan Rabin, and John Mollicone. They also compete in the Class 40 on Team Cutlass/11th Hour Racing winners of the 2011 Atlantic Cup.
About 11th Hour ProjectThe 11th Hour Project's mission is to promote a fuller understanding of the impact of human activity within the web of interdependent living systems. They connect organizations with good information on how to develop a more responsible relationship with the world's water, energy and resources.