Welcome to sailings forum for news and opportunities in the sailing marketplace

Sailing’s stakeholders launch smart, interesting and innovative initiatives. Sailbuzz is the place to communicate their success and challenges because we are stronger and better when we all sail to the same mark.  Sailbuzz reaches all of sailing stakeholders so you can promote your business, your products and services efficiently and with ease and speed.

Sailbuzz is your b2b forum to 

  • Promote products and service
  •  Publish news and editorials 
  • Reach all of sailing’s stakeholders

Ultimately we all better when we

  • Think strategically about the future
  • Are informed
  • Share ideas that work

Sailbuzz debuts with 2000 of sailing’s stakeholders.   We are:  leaders, designers, charter companies, organizations, brokers, dealers, accessory support, apparel manufactures, volunteers, safety experts, communications specialists and everyone else!  The distribution list includes: 

Club Leadership

Yacht Clubs & Sailing Associations

Principals & Owners

Best estimate—about 25% of the list is from this group

200 one-design class leadership

Yep, that would be nearly all of them

Media

National sailing press, marketers, writers, authors & bloggers

Show Management

National & Regional

Sailing's Stakeholders

Everyone who cares about the growth and participation of sailing

We are the face of sailing!

For rate card information contact, Editor@saibuzz.net.

Patty Lawrence

Patty Lawrence

Owner at Sailbuzz

Patty enjoys connecting people, great ideas and sharing her passion for sailing. Sailbuzz is the perfect forum for bringing that all together as she knows sailing in all its configurations.

This former educator from Ohio, somehow managed to find a career in various parts of the sailing industry.

Patty served on US Sailing’s board for several terms and chaired the One Design Class Council. A favorite undertaking was co-chairing the One Design-Sailing Symposium which promotes grass roots growth.  She is a past president of the Thistle Class Association and when she finished that gig, turned Secretary-Treasurer for a number of years. These days, volunteering to lead her club’s junior program is a wonderful challenge and the successful program has double in size under her leadership.   In 2009, she began managing the education program at various boat shows and discovered that she truly enjoys working with the sailing industry.

She and Andy, along with their daughters, have spent many happy hours racing their Thistle in all four corners of the US.  She finds sailing good fit with her family as her girls race Lasers, 420s and Thistles.  When not racing, the family enjoys exploring cruising grounds including the Great Lakes, Bahamas, North Channel and most recently Penobscot Bay.