2020 Endless Summer Programming

 

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Sound Sharks

This course involves more on the water time developing sailing skills as well as fun on and off the water. 

Age: 7 & 8

Dates: Saturday August 22nd, Saturday, September 5th, Saturday, September 12th

Time: 9am- 12pm

Cost: $155 / $175 after August 14th       

 

Cruise Control

This course is for our ‘cruising’ sailors that are interested in having fun and adventuring on the water. Sailors will have fun on the water in a variety of boats, designed around adventuring and fun! Sailors need no prior experience to participate in this course. 

Ages: 8-12

Dates: Tuesday August 25th, Tuesday, September 1st, Tuesday, September 8th, September 15th

Time: 4:30pm- 6:30pm

Cost: $155 / $175 after August 14th       

 

Opti Development

This course is catering to our sailors coming out of the summer program that just don't want to stop sailing! Whether your sailor was a beginner or Intermediate Optimist sailor this summer this class is for them to further develop their skills on the water with an option of continuing on to the race team for the later half of the fall. 

Ages: 8-13 (or under 130 pounds)

Dates: Thursday, August 20th, Thursday, August 27th, Thursday, September 3rd, Thursday, September 10th

Time: 4:30pm- 6:30pm

Cost: $155 / $175 after August 14th       

 

420 Development

This course is catering to our sailors coming out of the summer program that just don’t want to stop sailing or those interested in high school sailing! Whether your sailor was a beginner or Intermediate 420 sailor this summer this class is for them to further develop their skills on the water. For those that are new in High School sailing this will go over more of what the sailors should know and be able to do in the boats to join their team (or start a new team!)

Ages: 14- 17

Dates: Wednesday, August 19th, August 26th, September 2nd, September 9th

Time: 4:30pm- 6:30pm

Cost: $155 / $175 after August 14th

 

Friday Night Lights 

This event will be a series hosted on Friday evenings from 5pm- 7pm and will consist of short sound side races to continue to practice for all fleets. We welcome other racers down (parents, siblings etc) to race with our sailors. Sailors can choose the boats they would like to sail in week to week. If your sailor is registered for any of the above programs and wants to race there is no additional cost. If your sailor is not registered the cost below will cover time, boat usage, etc.

Ages: Open to all ages

Dates: Friday, August 21st, September 4th, September 11th

Time: 4:30pm- 7pm

Cost: $50 / $65 after August 14th

 

To register for an Adult Sailing Course, click HERE

 

Program Overview

 

Refresher Courses: 

The Adult Refresher Sailing course is designed for any adult sailor with previous experience who simply needs a refresher on rigging, steering, sail trim, and points of sail. The course will start off in the Flying Scot to go over basic skills, and sailors will progress into smaller sailboats (420s, sunfish) OR privately owned boats. 

 

Beginner Courses: 

The Adult Beginner Sailing course is designed for any adult sailor with no prior sailing experience. Rigging, sail theory, crew positions, knot tying, and teamwork are just some of the topics covered in this course. The course combines classroom instruction with on-the-water practice using the Flying Scots.

 

Intermediate Courses: 

The Adult Intermediate Sailing course requires the sailor to have completed equivalent to an Adult Beginner Sailing program. The intermediate level  will focus on developing mechanical boat handling skills as well as a  greater understanding of the wind and sailing upwind and downwind. Coaches will begin to cover the basic aspects of racing in a fun developmental way. The course will start off in the Flying Scot and progress into smaller sailboats (420s, sunfish) OR privately owned boats. 

 

One Week Courses: 

 

Adult Refresher Course

$175

Tuesday-Friday

1-4pm

Session 1: June 9-12

Session 2: June 23-26

 

Women’s Beginner Sailing

$130

Tues-Thurs

9am-12pm

Session 1: June 16-18

Session 2: June 30-July 2

Session 3: July 14-16

Session 4: July 28-30

 

Two Week Courses: 

 

Adult Beginner Sailing

$175

Mon & Fri

9am-12pm

Session 1: June 29, July 3, 6, 10

Session 2: July 13, 17, 20, 24

 

Adult Intermediate Sailing 

$175

Tues & Thurs

1-4pm

Session 1: June 30, July 2, 7, 9

Session 2: July 14, 16, 21, 23

 

Four Week Courses: 

 

Adult Beginner Sailing

$175

Mondays

5-8pm

Session 1: June 22, 29, July 6, 13

 

Adult Intermediate Sailing 

$175

Wednesdays 

1-4pm

Session 1: July 1, 8, 15, 22



Create Your Own Course

Private and Group Courses

 

-Would you benefit from one-on-one instruction? 

-Do you have a busy schedule?

-Do you have a group of friends/family that want to take lessons together? 

 

This year the Adult Program Coordinator has blocked off specific times during the week to meet your busy schedule. To set up your lessons, please email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Session length: 1.5-3 hours 

Course length: 1-5 days 

You pick the time! 

(maximum 5 sailors per course)

Cancellation/Refund Policy

  • A full refund will be given to any sailor canceling a program when there is a sailor that takes their place from a waiting list. 
  • A partial refund (50%) of program price will be refunded if the sailor cancels within 30- 14 days prior to the program start date. 
  • A partial refund of 25% of program price will be refunded if the sailor cancels 14- 7 days prior to the program start date. 
  • No refund will be given if a sailor cancels 7 days or less from the start date of program price 
  • No refund will be given if a sailor is a no show for a program. 
  • No refunds will be given due to inclement weather.
  • Full credit will be provided for future use of a program if your sailor is sick on the start date of your registered program. Staff will work with you to fit into a different session or another program. 
  • Please reach out if you have a special or unique circumstance that will not allow your sailor to attend camp.

Registration opens on Jan 2nd, 2020 for members and Feb 1st, 2020 for JASM (Junior Associate Sailing Members)

 

2020 Summer Sailing Brochure

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