Rob Mazza returned to the Shellback Club to describe inductions into the Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame, induction criteria, and potential future inductions.
1932 Olympic 8-Metre crew; Ernest (Jack) Cribb, Peter Gordon, George Gyles, Harold A. Jones, Ronald Maitland, and Hubert Wallace
1932 Olympic 6-Metre crew; Gardner Boultbee, Kenneth Glass, Philip Rogers, and Gerald Wilson
Apologies: recorded as time lapse video.
About Robert Mazza
Rob Mazza is a Mechanical Engineer and Naval Architect with over forty years in the marine industry. He began as a yacht designer with C&C Yachts and Mark Ellis Design in Canada, and Hunter Marine in the US. He moved to sales and marketing of structural cores and bonding compounds with ATC Chemicals in Ontario, and Baltek, Inc. in New Jersey. Returning to Canada in 2011, Mazza is currently semi-retired, acting as a contributing editor to Good Old Boat magazine, and writing articles for Professional Boatbuilder, and Wooden Boat magazines. His articles often focus on the history and development of yacht design, especially in Canada. Mazza sits on the Board of Directors of the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston, is a past Vice Commodore of the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club, and is currently chair of the RHYC Heritage Committee. He continues to follow his interest in the history of yachting . . . and today he will share the stories of recent inductions into the Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame.
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