Sailing Pavilion

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Wood Sailing Pavilion

The 1935 construction of the Walter Wood Sailing Pavilion ushered in the era of modern college sailing. Using "tech dinghies," a group of the older Eastern colleges began organizing regular weekend races. Students can sail through recreational programs, as well as junior varsity and varsity teams.

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