Herlihy’s lifelong love of sailing was fostered as a child, when he sailed with his family around Buzzards Bay and the Cape and Islands, and he continues to sail with his wife Liz and two children on their sloop Mi Girl. He sailed at Georgetown University, where he graduated in 1998 with a degree in Economics.
Andy intends to impart the life lessons that he has learned on the water as a crew member and at the helm to the children who experience CBC’s programs each year. “Boating is the perfect tool for teaching. When a child steps on a boat for the first time they are forced to rely on their instructors and fellow sailors as they are in an environment so far out of their comfort zones. This helps us to quickly break down barriers and to form special bonds with each child
Even though Caroline grew up in Mattapoisett, she has never been sailing, which is something that she hopes will change now that she’s a part of CBC! She joined us in May 2017 after spending 10 years working at the Kittansett Club in Marion. She is involved with a number of other local organizations, for which she serves on various boards and committees. She also spends a lot of time with her family, most of whom live close by.
My favorite place to eat: Pommes Frites in NYC
My favorite book: The Devil in the White City
“Heard melodies are sweet, yet those unheard are sweeter.” ~ Keats
Christina hails from Maine where she grew up hiking, skiing and snowmobiling. She enjoyed the coastal areas of Maine with her family but never truly appreciated the water until she met her husband, Adam, 15 years ago while he was sailing with his college team. Together, they moved to Dartmouth 8 years ago. She and Adam, along with their oldest daughter are currently fixing up a J24.
Previously, Christina was the Development and Communications Coordinator of Global Learning Charter Public School. Her background is in development, event planning and graphic arts. Christina enjoys painting, furniture restoration, graphic editing.
Richard loves racing classic wooden boats, long distance ocean racing and cruising, V-15 racing, and once lived in Maui where he learned to ride a sailboard on the North Shore waves.
Donations and Operations Manager
Taber began sailing at age 11 at CBC. He wanted to spend more time on the water and CBC became his second home. Taber still loves working here and maintaining our fleet and facilities to allow CBC to continue its mission.
My favorite TV show: M*A*S*H
My favorite book: The Ascent of Man
My favorite memory sailing: Sailing with friends in Highschool
Greg first joined CBC as a Sea Lab student in 1998. He returned each Summer, learning and having fun. He has been an employee of CBC since 2006. He had been the Head Instructor for five years and is now the Program Director. Greg loves seeing kids progress and being able to enjoy life.
My favorite thing to do in my free time: Relax, Fish, Longboard
My favorite memory of sailing: Cruising on the Sail Cycle
My favorite book: The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test
Director of Training
Andrew first stepped into an Opti 25 years ago, and hasn’t stopped sailing since. Previously, Andy was the Head Instructor at Beverly Yacht Club, and a Sales Executive for LaserPerformance. He enjoys sailing his Laser and Vanguard 15 around Buzzards Bay, racing on oen designs, and virtually anything to do with team racing.
My favorite game: Playing Ice Hockey
My favorite book: Pillars of Earth
My favorite movie: Dr. Strangelove & Jurassic Park
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Mariah has been sailing at CBC for the past 13 years and she is now a proud Level 1 Sailing Instructor! She attends BCC and is planning to attend RIC in the future to pursue music.
My favorite Quote: “We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails”
If I could go anywhere in the world, I’d go to: The Eiffel Tower.
My favorite thing to do in my free time: Sing
Erik has been sailing since he was 4 years old. He has been a Level 1 instructor at CBC for 5 years. He currently attends BCC and has future ambitions of the Coast Guard.
My favorite place to go: Acadia National Park
If I could go anywhere in the world, I’d go to: Australia
My favorite athlete/sports personality: Gronk!
Luke Hubert first began instructing at CBC back in 2006. He is now the associate head coach of the UMass Dartmouth women’s sailing team. When he is not coaching Luke enjoys racing and cruising big boats.
Monica grew up around boats, sailing with her family. She started sailing at Cbc when she was 8 years old and never left. She has been teaching at Cbc for 4-5 years now. Monica is currently studying at the university of Limerick, Ireland. She attends UMASS Boston, in hopes to persue a career in forensic psychology!
My favorite word: Serendipity
My favorite book: The Kite Runner
Nathan was born in Long Island, New York and grew up in Weakly Heights until he was 10. Nathan attended CBC in 2010 and has come back every year. Nathan is the captain of his High School track team and can’t wait for summer.
My favorite movie: Mad Max: Fury Road
The job I’d like to have when I grow up: Lawyer
Lea has been with CBC for 10 years now. She loves sailing and being with all of the CBC staff in the summer.
The job I’d like to have when I grow up: Chef
My favorite part about sailing: Racing
My favorite movie: The Breakfast Club
Tanner is a sophomore at Tabor Academy. He sails during the summer and on the Tabor sailing team.
My favorite part about sailing: Racing and being able to work on my technique
If I could go anywhere in the world, I’d go to: To Barcelona, Spain
The job I’d like to have when I grow up: Veterinarian
Chandler Loves to sail. He has been a part of CBC since he was 6 years old. Chandler has a strong interest in Marine Biology and Marine Engineering. Through school, Chandler loves being able to work with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
The person I admire most: Muhammad Ali
The job I’d like to have when I grow up: A Marine Biologist or Marine Engineer
If I could go anywhere in the world, I’d go to: China
Michelle has been sailing at CBC since she was six years old and has enjoyed every minute of it. Eleven years later, she is now a proud CBC instructor. She attends Salve Regina University, and is majoring in Nursing.
The person I admire most: A person who strives to better themselves and knows they aren’t perfect
My favorite food:Tacos
My favorite part about sailing: The adrenaline and the passion i have for it
Serena has been sailing for 5 years, and currently sails for the Dartmouth High School Team.
My favorite food: Kale Soup
If I could go anywhere in the world, I’d go to: Greece
My favorite TV show: Teen Wolf
Adilson is a senior in high school. He loves being very active! His favorite sports are Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, and Football.
If I could go anywhere in the world, I’d go to: Dubai
My favorite place to go: Champions Indoor Soccer
My favorite memory sailing: Making new friends
Chris is 16 and currently attending Greather New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High school. Chris is studing Engineering Technology.
When I started pirating other boats
Hanna is a junior in high school who has been teaching at the CBC since she was 14. She enjoys Math & Science, singing, reading dogs, swimming, softball, and sailing. Someday Hanna hopes to be an engineer or a doctor.
My favorite memory sailing: Spotting a sea turtle off CBC
My favorite word: Barnacle
My favorite athlete/sports personality: Lindsay Vonn
Sabrina enjoys listening to music, sailing, and long-boarding. She have been sailing for 3 years now and loves every minute of it.
My favorite part about sailing: Being able to be outside and on the water
The job I’d like to have when I grow up i would like to be: A web designer
My favorite food: Pizza
Shay is a freshman and is perusing Dental Assisting. She loves to sail, play soccer and field hockey, and enjoys spending time with her family.
My favorite game: Chess
My favorite book: The Giver
My favorite place to eat: No problemo
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Community Boating Center of New Bedford (CBC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization which teaches positive life values to youth through boating.
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