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  • Top Ten Reasons to Learn to Sail at NESS

    Why learn to sail? Sailing is one of the most empowering activities, especially for children. Being out on the water, in a boat, sometimes all by oneself, with no parents around, enhances personal … more


  • 2016 NLYA Summer Work For It!

    Meet our NLYA Summer Work For It! Alumni

    Camden Salcedo

    My name is Camden Salcedo. I am entering my final year in high school, and plan to study a discipline in the fields of marine science, … more


  • Quahog Bowl

    Danielle B.
    No Comments February 14, 2017

    This past week, I had the incredible opportunity to coach one of New London's Science and Technology Magnet High School (STMHS) teams in the Quahog Bowl.



  • History


    About NESS – History

    New England Science & Sailing was created in 2002 by the Stonington Harbor Yacht Club with the mission to develop sailing and educational programs that benefit … more


  • Team Building Outings at NESS

    Bring your corporate group or team of teachers to NESS for a day of fun on the water. Nothing improves communication more than working as a team in a 'non-traditional' environment to … more


  • A Visit to Manacapuru, Brazil

    Kimi Rogers
    March 9, 2016

    The following blog post was written by one of our NESS SEA AmeriCorps members, who after seeing the devastating plastic waste pollution in Brazil, brought her knowledge and passion to the students of Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in New London, CT, to inspire them to be better stewards of their environment. 



  • NESS's 2015 Accomplishments

    Spike Lobdell
    December 16, 2015

    Here are just few of the ways NESS has built its reputation as a vital nonprofit organization that impacts the lives of our local students, their schools, families, and greater communities.



  • Event offers surf comp experience to juniors under age of 17

    Peter Pan
    No Comments September 22, 2016

    The surf gods treated ESA competitors to a second weekend of decent waves, as Hurricane Julia pushed up just enough swell from the Carolinas, to give the annual “Catch A Curl” contest a waist high swell at the Westerly Town Beach, in Rhode Island.