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Mike Hull

Mike started out sailing a 14-foot dinghy in 1993.  After moving up to a 22-footer and day sailing on Chesapeake, he finally spent some time on bigger keelboats, including a Morgan 48, and crewed on a delivery from the Abaco Islands to Miami.  Once he had “caught the serious sailing bug” he ended up buying a Sabre 34 in Rhode Island, and sailed it to Maryland, where he and his wife now live, on Back Creek in Annapolis.  

In 2007 Mike started as a Skipper in the Offshore Sail Training Program at the Naval Academy.  Every summer he spends a month training 8 midshipmen beginning sailors aboard a Navy 44, cruising to various New England ports, including Mystic, Newport, Marblehead and Rockport Massachusetts.

After retiring as an Architect in 2016, Mike became a full time sailing instructor.  He holds a USCG 50-ton Masters License, a Navy Sailing Offshore Skipper qualification, and ASA Instructor Certification in Basic Keelboat, Basic Coastal Cruising and Coastal Navigation.  Mike is a graduate of several courses at the Maryland School of Sailing including basic sailing, docking and celestial navigation, and he teaches at our basic sailing level


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