Friends Gather at Sail MV Benefit to Help Give Gift of Sailing

It was the night before the big three-day Vineyard Cup and sailors and friends of sailors were out in force. But they weren’t on the water. They were at the 24th annual Seafood Buffet and Auction to benefit Sail Martha’s Vineyard.

Sail MV Lecture Will Focus on Underwater Vehicles

Sail Martha’s Vineyard features Megan Carroll, a research engineer at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, at its first winter 2015 dinner-lecture series at the Black Dog Tavern.

Sail MV Finds New Home Port

Sail Martha’s Vineyard will change its headquarters to the Tisbury Marketplace next month. The new offices will be on the second floor of the building occupied by Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard. The nonprofit provides instruction to Island youth.

Sail MV Expands Fleet With Historic Wooden Yawl

Sail Martha’s Vineyard is dedicated to preserving the Vineyard’s maritime history and passing it on to a new generation of sailors. On Monday night, Sail MV's newest teaching tool, a 41-foot Concordia yawl, arrived in Vineyard Haven harbor.

Fastest Catboat Is Subject for Final Dinner Lecture

The last one of the season, this dinner and lecture benefiting Sail Martha's Vineyard features Tim Fallon of Falmouth who will present the story of Kathleen, an experiment in re-creating one of the fastest racing catboats ever.

Sail MV Dinner and Lecture

Author George C. Daughan will speak at the next Sail MV dinner/lecture on Wednesday, March 26, at 6 p.m. at the Black Dog Tavern in Vineyard Haven.

Sail MV Hosts America's Cup Lecture

Sail Martha’s Vineyard welcomes journalist Sean McNeill to its second winter dinner/lecture at the Black Dog Tavern on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 6 p.m.

Sail MV's Winter Lecture

Sail Martha’s Vineyard winter dinner lecture series begins with Matthew Stackpole from Mystic Seaport Museum presenting, And She Alone Remains: The Past, Present and Future of the Charles W. Morgan.

Films Aim to Provide Tailwind for Sail MV

In a series of short films, Sail Martha's Vineyard describes how its free programs help Islanders experience a sport often reserved for the wealthy -- and why it needs more support.

Seafood Buffet, Auction Raise Needed Funds for Sail MV

With a cool, brisk breeze rippling the waters of Vineyard Haven harbor, perhaps the most surprising feature of the annual Sail Martha’s Vineyard seafood buffet and auction was the number of sailors who were not out on their boats for the evening.