Jonathan Bartlett
  © Meghan Sepe
Jonathan Bartlett has worked as a sales consultant at the North Sails Annapolis loft since 1984, he is an adept and competitive sailor who has been racing for more than 40 years. Bartlett has been active in several one-design classes including the Snipe, Star and Penguin classes.

While working for North, Bartlett has specialized in sails for various classes, including J/80, J/30 and J/35, Farr 30 and Beneteau 36.7, as well as the handicap fleets in the Annapolis area (28-50 ft).

Jonathan is a seven-time winner of Key West Race Week, including victories in 2012 and 2013 with Robin Teams J/122 Teamwork. He has won Block Island Race Week five times and has won the MORC Internationals twice with longtime North Sails customer John White. Bartlett also helped Jim Sagerholm and crew on board Aunt Jean clinch the 2000 and 2011 J/35 North American Championships.

A former member of the Severn Sailing Association Board of Governors, Bartlett recently finished a three year term as Fleet Captain at the Annapolis Yacht Club. When he is not selling sails or racing with clients, he enjoys racing Penguins with his two daughters.

jonathan@sales.northsails.com
mobile: 410-269-5662

 
     

Mike Coe
  © Meghan Sepe
Mike was introduced to sailing in the youth program at Annapolis Yacht Club. He began with North Sails in Connecticut in 2007, and moved to the Annapolis loft in 2009. Mike currently specializes in the Farr 30 and J/111 classes, as well as various IRC boats.

In the meantime, Mike is working on a 505 World Championship effort as well as a J/22 World Championship effort.

His top sailing accomplishments include a 3rd place finish at J/24 ECCs (in 2007 with Will Welles of North Sails in Rhode Island), 2nd place in the Annapolis to Newport race Shaun Ensor Farr 395), and 2nd in the Newport to Bermuda race (Marc Glimcher J/122). Mike also won Charleston Race Week in the PHRF class (Bob Moran J/111), won overall at the IRC East Coast Championships twice (Marc Glimcher J/122 and Ker 40), and won overall at the Screwpile Regatta (Nate Tower Farr 30).

mikec@sales.northsails.com
mobile: 240-593-7034
skype: mike_coe_

 
     

Will Keyworth
 
Will Keyworth, a native of Annapolis, MD, has been in the sailmaking industry for 30 years, and began working for North Sails in 1991. Throughout the years Will has been involved in every part of sailmaking, from design and fabric selection to the creation of the finished product, and has analyzed the sails in action on everything from dinghies to maxi boats and the America’s Cup.
 
Currently, along with his normal day to day responsibilities as a partner with Jonathan Bartlett and Mike Coe in our Annapolis office,  Will is the North Sails CSD class leader for the J/105. Will has been successful managing sail development for the class, with multiple J/105 North American Championships wins using North Sails designs.
 
Will's sailing resume is quite varied, "I began in 1957 sailing Penguins in Jr Fleet, then Jet 14’s and Chesapeake 20’s, at 18 years old I won the Star districts, did the Star NA’s as crew in 1968 and continued on to sail in the Hampton OD Class."
 
Top Sailing Accomplishments:
2nd Chesapeake Bay Junior Champ 1968
Class winner at Block Island Race Week, Key West Race Week, Atlantic City Race Week, CBYRA Race Week
J-35 North America Champion
J-30 North American Champion 3X
3rd Corel 45 World Champs
Montego Bay Pineapple Cup Winner (Farr 70 Challenge America ex The Card w/ Teddy Turner Jr.)
Chesapeake Bay MORC Champ
Annapolis Race Winner Overall
12 Meter World Championships winner 3X Classic Division
Chesapeake Bay J29 and J35 overall Championship
 
When he's not sailing, Will enjoys riding motorcycles with his wife and two sons and exploring the Maryland countryside. His other hobby is photography, noting that time on the bike and on the water lends itself to some great photo opps!

Will@sales.northsails.com