Stan Schreyer


Stan began sailing at the age of four at the Lavallette Yacht Club on New Jersey’s Barnegat Bay.  His first races were with his older sister in a small pram.  As a youth sailor, he raced in many different dinghy classes. 

Stan graduated from Boston University in 1999 where he was an All-American and National Champion.  He worked for a sailboat manufacturer for two years and has been employed as a professional Sailor and Sailing coach since 2001. 

He has experience in many high performance classes including the Tornado, Marstrom 32, Extreme 40, and C-Class Catamaran.  He has won nine major championships.  His offshore accomplishments include 1st in class on the Chicago-Mackinaw Race, overall winner of the Stamford-Vineyard Race, and he was with the IMOCA 60 team Estrella Damm when they set the Trans-Atlantic record from New York to Barcelona. 

He is currently the coach of Boston University Sailing Team, and has coached five All-American sailors in the past six years.  He lives in Salem, Massachusetts.

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