Inducted to the National Sailing Hall of Fame as members of the Class of 2019: passionate sailor whose leadership in establishing safety protocols has had a global impact on offshore sailing, Capt. John Bonds (Annapolis, Md./Charleston, S.C.); founder, in 1906, of The Newport Bermuda Race Thomas F. Day (Somerset, England/New York, N.Y.); sailmaker Robbie Doyle (Marblehead, Mass.); Olympic Gold Medalist Buddy Friedrichs (New Orleans, La.); the sport’s first-ever Women’s Olympic Gold Medal-winning Skipper Allison Jolly (St. Petersburg, Fla.); clipper ship builder Donald McKay (Jordan Falls, Nova Scotia/East Boston, Mass.); the grandfather of fiberglass production, Everett A. Pearson (Warren, R.I./Estero, Fla.); pioneering yacht designer Doug Peterson (San Diego, Calif.); magazine editor and publisher Herbert Lawrence Stone (Charleston, S.C./New York, N.Y.). One additional Inductee, author and world champion sailor, Arthur Knapp, Jr. (Larchmont, N.Y.), is being recognized with the NSHOF Lifetime Achievement Award.