Isler Sailing International provides its expertise and direction to a wide variety of organizations:
Founded in 1981, the American Sailing Association (ASA) is an association of sailors, sailing schools, and professional sailing instructors. The backbone of the ASA is its highly regarded educational system which is used by over 100 sailing schools around the United States. Since inception over 700,000 students have received ASA certification. By taking sailing courses (ranging from beginner to advanced) from an ASA certified instructor at an ASA affiliated school – you can be assured of top quality instruction to an internationally recognized educational system. Peter Isler is one of the founders of the American Sailing Association and nearly twenty years later, remains an active advisor and Board Member.
The Sailing Company produces two of the best sailing-related magazines in the world, Cruising World and Sailing World and the highly acclaimed series of NOOD regattas. For over five years, Peter Isler served as Editor-at-Large for Sailing World and is now a regular contributor.
Peter wears the award winning Kaenon Polarized sunglasses for all of his racing. Quite simply these glasses outperform anything out there. The quality of the lenses and polarization enable the wearer to see wind on the water better than any other glasses.
CBTFCO (formerly DynaYacht) is a San Diego-based design and research company focused on the sailing industry. DynaYacht offers complete design services including computer design, computational analysis, performance prediction and project and construction management. It’s patented Canting Ballast–Twin Foil™ technology has revolutionized the sailing world and can be seen in action on the new generation of maxZ86’s (Pyewacket & Morning Glory), the 90′ Dubois designed Genuine Risk, 2003 Admiral’s Cup winner, Wild Oats and the Schock 40. For over a decade, Peter Isler has been part of the CBTFCO team and helped to refine CBTF™ technology. He steered the CBTF 40 prototype, Red Hornet to a number of race victories including 1st in class at Key West Race Week.
Itronix produces wireless ruggedized mobile computer solutions. Peter uses Itronix GoBook notebook computers when racing on boats around the world. These PC’s are incredibly durable – even when used up on deck in rough and rainy conditions. If you need a waterproof or water resistant notebook computer.. Itronix makes the best.
Here’s a list of other companies for which Isler Sailing International has consulted:
Mount Gay Rum
The Bitter End Yacht Club
The Speed Channel (formerly Speedvision Network)