With husband Chuck Points at her side, Rose Ann Points manages St. Augustine Sailing, the local SailTime franchise and the new-and-used boat sales brokerage, All Points Yacht Sales. She began her boating life cruising the Columbia River in Oregon with her family. In 1996, she moved to Florida and lived aboard a ketch with her children for 13 years.

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St. Augustine Sailing offers unique venue for tying the knot

Each couple’s love story is special. Whether they’ve been together for six months or six years, no two are the same. With St. Augustine Sailing’s new customizable wedding packages, couples can create an event as unique as they are. And with the nation’s most historic and beautiful city as a backdrop, it just doesn’t get any better.


St Augustine Sailing & Sail Science Partner for Educational Charters

Science meets sailing in the newest offering from St. Augustine Sailing.

The sailing excursion company is partnering with Sail Science to give guests the opportunity to sail with resident professor Dale Edgar. The sailing experiences include exploration of a range of topics with Edgar, who holds a doctorate in physiology from the University of California.


Garden & Guns: A Sailor’s Life for Me: One Sailboat, Three Children, and Thirteen Years at Sea

Rose Ann Points had never so much as stepped a Sperry onto a sailboat when she and her then husband made the bold decision in 1996 to uproot their comfortable family life in Oregon and travel the Caribbean aboard their own vessel. But as wild as the idea may seem, Points needed little convincing when her husband spontaneously suggested the adventure: She had grown up in a small town in Oregon with a dream to see the world, and aspired to a career as a flight attendant.


Florida Times Union: St. Augustine Sailing offers Women on the Water class

“When I started sailing, I was 30 years old, and I didn’t know how to do anything,” she said. “I didn’t have any resources or anything. Now that I’m in the position I’m in, I really want to help other women who either want to be a skipper themselves or be a reliable first mate, or an individual that, if they’re asked to do something, they’re not intimidated by whatever that task may be.”