Adam Beaudin - Sailing

Adam grew up sailboat racing on Lake Champlain in Vermont, USA. He spent more than 10 years of his youth focused primarily on racing sailboats and windsurfers. He was also a sailing instructor at the International Sailing School one amazing summer when he taught sailing all day and raced every evening and weekend. That level of commitment made him one of America's top junior sailors. He has competed in numerous North American and World Championship sailing competitions, especially in the J24 class which was the Porsche of sailboats during the 1980's. His specialties are tactics, strategy and sail trim. Last summer, with 3 generations of family members on board, he won The Ladies Cup.  The Cup is the 2nd oldest American yacht race, which has been held annually on Lake Champlain since 1888. His best result was winning the 1984 World J24 Sailing Championships, beating Ed Baird who skippered Alinghi to its last successful America's Cup victory. 

Languages: English, French, German and Italian