With October 20 slated for his trip (dependent on weather conditions), Justin will sail from Stamford, Connecticut to Oyster Bay (an 8 nautical mile passage) in an 8-foot Optimist pram sailboat. His dad, Brian, will follow in a chase boat. Justin has already raised over $1,500 for the project. He has a Facebook page:
Landfall, a leading purveyor of marine safety& navigation equipment, along with Magic Marine, a manufacturer of sailing apparel and gear, are helping equip Justin for his journey.
Among the items Landfall is donating to Justin’s cause are a wetsuit, thermal spraytop and thermal micro-fleece pullover top, all manufactured by Magic Marine.
About Landfall and Dinghy Locker:
Based in Stamford Connecticut, Landfall has been providing superlative products, legendary service and encyclopedic knowledge to recreational boaters, competitive sailing teams, professional mariners and government agencies, for over three decades. Since 1982 Landfall has approached the market with the concept that “Safe Voyages Begin at Landfall," generating international recognition and success within the marine industry. Landfall completes their encompassment of the market through their subsidiary, The Dinghy Locker @ Landfall, which focuses on the needs of small boat sailors and is a major supporter and supplier of the junior sailing and one design racing communities.
About Magic Marine:
Magic Marine manufactures superlative sailing apparel and accessories, is based in the Netherlands and distributed globally. New materials, comfort, and endurance are key precepts in the development of Magic Marine products. Since 1989, they've been sought after by sailors around the world.
SOURCE: Ryan Dodd, Landfall Navigation