FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Go Sailing Update 3.2. Goes International
LOS ANGELES – April 5, 2017 – Go Sailing, sailing’s free social-media app that keeps sailors connected and sailing, is very excited to announce an update which will expand and refine its services to be available internationally. Part of the update will include trip list filters for an enhanced browsing experience and the ability to schedule sailing related events worldwide.
The sailing communities’ remarkable acceptance of the app has demanded that we expand its capabilities and availability to truly connect the entire sailing world. Starting immediately, the Go Sailing App will be available to download on iPhones and Androids in 110 countries and on the Internet (www.gosailingapp.com) all around the world!
Enhanced by its support from the American Sailing Association’s network of over 330 affiliated sailing schools worldwide, the Go Sailing App has access to millions of active sailors looking for like-minded people to Go Sailing. “Wherever you’re looking for crew on the Seven Seas, Go Sailing is there,” says Go Sailing Project Manager, Tim Ridderbush. “Anywhere you get cell reception from the Red Sea to the China Sea, from Cape Horn to the Cape of Good Hope, Go Sailing is available to help you find crew.”
Simply download now from the App Store or Google Play, or go to www.gosailingapp.com and create your profile and join the thousands of active Go Sailing sailors. Don’t delay because sailing events, races, and trips are occurring as you read this.
About Go Sailing
Go Sailing is a free mobile app presented to the worldwide sailing community by the American Sailing Association as a public service. Developed to make the sport accessible to everyone, Go Sailing removes the barrier to entering the magical world of sailing. Since its inception, Go Sailing quickly developed a large community of users in California, and now aims to connect the millions of sailors around the world looking to do more sailing with skippers everywhere looking for crew, as well as to new friends and sailing-related social events.
About the American Sailing Association
Driven by a clear need for uniform teaching standards and increased access to sailing activities, the American Sailing Association (ASA) has been the leader in U.S. sail education for more than three decades. The association has grown to include an international network of approximately 330 professionally accredited sailing schools. Nearly one million certifications have been awarded to almost half a million people who have been introduced to sailing through ASA schools and clubs since 1983. The ASA has strategic partnerships with the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and was instrumental in establishing national education standards through its work on the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators’ Education Committee. The ASA has also consulted with the Department of Transportation and the National Parks Service. For more information, visit www.asa.com.
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