• Across the Line
    Cepheus crossed the finish line of the single-handed leg of the Bermuda 1-2 on June 10 at 03:19 EDT, after 5 days, 16 hours, and 9 minutes at sea.
  • Bermuda 1-2: Solo Leg
    Cepheus with skipper Phil Haydon aboard crossed the foggy start line in Newport, RI soon after the signal for Class 1, at 11:10am on June […]
  • Welcome Aboard, Virtual Shipmates!
    This spring, we invited people with epilepsy to join our crew as Virtual Shipmates by participating in our One More Step Challenge. We asked, “Are […]
  • Neurelis Commits to Multi-Year Sponsorship of Sail For Epilepsy
    Sail For Epilepsy is excited to announce that Neurelis, Inc. has become an Admiralty level sponsor of Sail For Epilepsy. In addition to the development and commercialization of product candidates for […]
  • East Coast Expedition
    In preparation for our longer voyages, we’ll embark on an expedition during August and September 2021 along the East Coast of the United States. While […]
  • New Wardrobe
    The sailing season came to a close on November 6th, but not before our new sail wardrobe from North Sails was bent on and tested! […]
  • EFNE Gala
    On Friday November 6th, our partner Epilepsy Foundation New England, held its annual gala. Unlike previous years, COVID effected plans and the event was held […]
  • Sail for Hope
    This past weekend we participated in Sail Newport’s annual Sail for Hope race, around Jamestown. In 2001, in the wake of the terrorist attacks on […]
  • Virtual Sailing Camp with Epilepsy Foundation New England
    Each year, Epilepsy Foundation New England holds two, week-long sailing camps: one in Portland, ME and one in Newport, RI. Children and adults with epilepsy, […]
  • Practice Makes Perfect
    Sail For Epilepsy spent the past two weekends participating in sail training events: The Newport Yacht Club Offshore 160 solo race and the double-handed Boston […]
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