Born and raised in Bermuda and educated in Germany, Canada and Japan. Tristan is an avid outdoorsman and athlete who’s equally at home on the water, or high up in the mountains!
You would probably find Tristan coaching youth how to snowboard!
His first memory on the water is catching his first fish – a yellowtail snapper!
“Not all those who wander are lost” – J.R.R. Tolkien
Loves to skateboard!
Learned how to sail at White’s Island when she was 8 years old and has represented Bermuda in sailing several times. She has always been actively involved in different sports, and more recently playing Field Hockey for Bermuda; however she always comes back to sailing!
Renee would be coaching in some aspect, or working with kids and helping others.
The water has always been a big part of her life growing up and a lot of her weekends were spent at the beach with family or out on a boat.
“If there was no money, and everything depended on your moral standards, the way that you behaved, and the way that you treated people, how would you be doing in life?” – Tupac
It’s one of her favourites because people are remembered by how they are as individuals and how we treated the people around us. What we do and what we say can have an impact on the people in our lives.
Renee didn’t talk until she was 5 years old, however she and her older brother had their own form of communication.
Hallie grew up on the water in Watch Hill, Rhode Island and was in a boat before she knew it. She took lessons at the Watch Hill Yacht Club and went to an overnight sailing camp. She sailed through school and worked at a sailing camp as their Alternate Director. She went on to become the Camp Director and Supervisor of the Community Sailing for over 14 years. She is a US Sailing Level 3 sailing coach and a Powerboat Instructor. She has taken the US Sailing Reach STEM training and implemented a hands-on programme in her previous roles. In 2014, she received a nomination for the Old Pultney “Maritime Hero’s” Award and won the US Sailing’s “Excellence in Teaching” Award. Hallie is a mother of 3 wonderful boys, Jordan, who is a US Marine and Nathaniel and Raymond, who attend university in Connecticut.
Hallie most likely would be on the water teaching. She is a USCG Launch Operator and has worked in Noank Village Boatyard, detailing and driving boats.
Sailing the last wooden whaling ship in the world, racing an America’s Cup 12 meter in Newport, Rhode Island, sailing a 110-foot barefoot Windjammer in the British Virgin Islands, and when a she taught the American School for the Deaf to sail and seeing the smile on their faces.
“The cure for anything is salt water; sweat, tears or the sea” – Isak Dineseen
Hallie is an avid knitter and enjoys knitting for her niece and nephew.
Born and raised in Bermuda. Tre grew up always on the water. He started sailing at the age of 11 and loved it ever since. The first day he stepped into a sailboat he knew competitive sailing was for him. Ever since, he’s never stopped sailing and the experience has provided him with amazing opportunities.
Tre would definitely be somewhere in the world teaching others how to sail. Sailing has provided him with many amazing experiences and he’s passionate to share with others to experience the same.
Sailing with the Chinese 49er Olympic Sailing Team blasting around Lake Garda, Italy fleet racing.
Ocean air! Salty hair!
After successfully completing the Endeavour Maritime Careers Springboard Programme, Tre was offered a full time role at Endeavour Community Sailing doing what he loves teaching others how to sail and inspire a lifelong appreciation for learning.
Dedicated to her community and passionate about working with young people. Her experience includes working previously as the After-School Programme & Holiday Camp Coordinator for Sandys 360 Sport, Aquatic & Enrichment Centre where she was responsible for planning the summer camps and after-school programme activities. She volunteers with the Somerset Cricket Club as the Youth Events Chairperson. She also was the Kids’ Zone Manager for the 35th America’s Cup in Bermuda after which she assisted the Endeavour team with data entry as Education Assistant before joining the team in a full-time capacity.
Tia would be working in an office. Being part of the Endeavour team gives her the opportunity to make an impact on Bermuda’s youth while connecting them to an intricate part of the Island’s history.
The night that the AC35 volunteers were meeting Endeavour’s Community Sailing Manager, Tom Herbert-Evans who shared the history of Bermuda’s sailing vessels, which was fascinating to learn about. This later came into play when she joined the Endeavour team and had the opportunity to participate alongside students during a visit to the National Museum of Bermuda and students were instructed to look around the shipwreck museum and find a fun fact that was unique. To see the enthusiasm that the students have is nothing short of amazing!
“Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.”
Enjoys loquat picking as if she was still 12 years old.
Moriah has grown up on the water around Bermuda whether sailing or boating with family and friends. She started sailing at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club in Hamilton when she was 8 years old.
Sailing has been a great passion of Moriah’s since she was very young and she hopes to inspire kids to have a passion for sailing. If she wasn’t working with the Endeavour team she would be likely teaching sailing at another sailing club.
Moriah’s favourite memories of the water are rafting up with friends every weekend. She enjoyed snorkeling over the reefs and spending time in the sun.
The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” Ayn Rand
Moriah enjoyed every sport growing up. Her love of sports started at 6 years old when she enjoyed doing flips and tricks in gymnastics.
Jennifer brings a wealth of experience in various roles in the non-profit sector prior to commencing her role with Endeavour Community Sailing. Most recently Jennifer was the Community Outreach Manager with the America’s Cup Event Authority. Her past experience includes leading volunteer and community programmes with The Centre on Philanthropy, assisting job seekers with their employment search and job preparation at The Centre for Education & Training in Toronto, Ontario, coordinating community programmes for a conservation learning centre in a Costa Rican rainforest, and teaching English to Spanish youth in the Pyrenees. An Honours graduate with a BA in International Development from the University of Guelph, Jennifer is an advocate for community development for its catalyst effect to create positive change. She is hopeful that her genuine passion for service and sustainability inspires others to get involved and make a difference in their community!
Jennifer would likely be a consultant for corporate citizenship assisting companies to leverage talent and resources for social good, volunteer her time with non-profits focused on creating positive social impact, enjoy more time with her family and travel the world.
Her first official sailing lesson on a Hobie Wave catamaran facilitated by Joshua Greenslade in St. George’s.
“Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Jennifer speaks Spanish, has taken surf lessons in Spanish in 3 countries, and has surfed in 5 countries spanning 3 continents and 3 oceans.
Tom is from London, England where he started sailing at 10 years old on a tiny pond and was hooked instantly. He absolutely loves being outdoors, exploring new places, and going on adventures. He is interested in the technical and scientific aspects of sailing which drove him to obtain a degree in mechanical engineering. As well as England and now Bermuda, he has also lived in Australia for 2 years.
He would probably be sitting behind a desk somewhere in London.
Sailing on a muddy river called the camel with his parents in a wayfarer in the cold and rain. It was windy and he loved it!
“There is no bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.”
The earth is roughly 3.5 times smoother than a snooker ball.
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