Spring Sail Camp Offerings

    • 29 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 26 Apr 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 4
    Register

    Any student, ages 8-12 and under 100 pounds, who has been recommended by their instructor, or approved by the director, may participate in this once a week for 5 weeks advanced opti class, with the potential to join CYC's Opti Race Team! Sail trim, advanced maneuvers, and racing games will solidify your child’s love and understanding of sailing. This camp focuses on:

    • Teamwork and cooperation
    • Advanced maneuvers and boat handling
    • Introductory racing
    • Right of way and rules of the road
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the week. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.

    • 30 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 29 Apr 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 10 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 6
    Register

    This into to sailing class is perfect for children ages 8-12 who have little to no sailing experience. Sailors who want to control their own boat fit in right here. By the end of the twice a week, five week session, students will be able to sail and rig their own boat, tie some awesome knots, and know basic sailing terminology. Great for returning and new sailors. This class focuses on:

    • Using games to learn and have a lot of FUN!
    • Setting up and taking apart a boat
    • Teamwork and building friendships
    • Being comfortable in, around, and on the water
    • How to tack, gybe, steer, and trim
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the camp. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.

    • 31 Mar 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 28 Apr 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 6
    Register

    This once a week five session class for teens teaches cooperation, communication, and sailing knowledge to students in a doublehanded (2 person) boat. By the end of the class, students will be able to rig and sail a boat as both a crew and a skipper. Sailors should bring their own lunch. Great for returning and new sailors more than 100 pounds and between the ages of 13 and 18. Instructors will teach to whatever level students are at, and can make accommodations for more advanced students. This class focuses on:

    • Rigging and derigging a Vanguard 15
    • Teamwork and building friendships
    • Being comfortable in, around, and on the water
    • How to tack, gybe, steer, and trim in a double handed boat
    • Sailing terminology
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the week. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.

    • 2 Apr 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 30 Apr 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 3
    Register

    This class runs for five consecutive Fridays, from 3:30 to 6:00.

    Have you ever wanted to participate in sail camp because your kid has had so much fun? Now is your chance! This once a week five session class for parents and children offers a great opportunity to bond and learn with your child while you both sail on a Vanguard 15. No experience necessary for either the adult or child. 

    Registration cost is for you and your child. 

    Students will be required to perform a capsize test the first day of class, wet suits are advised but not required. 

    • Rigging and derigging a Vanguard 15
    • Teamwork and communication 
    • Being comfortable in, around, and on the water
    • How to tack, gybe, steer, and trim in a double handed boat
    • Sailing terminology
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the week. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.

    • 3 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 31 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 5
    Register

    Any student, ages 8-12 and under 100 pounds, who has been recommended by their instructor, or approved by the director, may participate in this once a week for 5 weeks advanced opti class, with the potential to join CYC's Opti Race Team! Sail trim, advanced maneuvers, and racing games will solidify your child’s love and understanding of sailing. This camp focuses on:

    • Teamwork and cooperation
    • Advanced maneuvers and boat handling
    • Introductory racing
    • Right of way and rules of the road
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the week. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.

    • 4 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 3 Jun 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 10 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 5
    Register

    This into to sailing class is perfect for children ages 8-12 who have little to no sailing experience. Sailors who want to control their own boat fit in right here. By the end of the twice a week, five week session, students will be able to sail and rig their own boat, tie some awesome knots, and know basic sailing terminology. Great for returning and new sailors. This class focuses on:

    • Using games to learn and have a lot of FUN!
    • Setting up and taking apart a boat
    • Teamwork and building friendships
    • Being comfortable in, around, and on the water
    • How to tack, gybe, steer, and trim
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the camp. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.

    • 5 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 2 Jun 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 4
    Register

    This once a week five session class for teens teaches cooperation, communication, and sailing knowledge to students in a doublehanded (2 person) boat. By the end of the class, students will be able to rig and sail a boat as both a crew and a skipper. Sailors should bring their own lunch. Great for returning and new sailors more than 100 pounds and between the ages of 13 and 18. Instructors will teach to whatever level students are at, and can make accommodations for more advanced students. This class focuses on:

    • Rigging and derigging a Vanguard 15
    • Teamwork and building friendships
    • Being comfortable in, around, and on the water
    • How to tack, gybe, steer, and trim in a double handed boat
    • Sailing terminology
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the week. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.

    • 7 May 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 4 Jun 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • 7755 Seaview Ave
    • 2
    Register

    This class runs for five consecutive Fridays, from 3:30 to 6:00.

    Have you ever wanted to participate in sail camp because your kid has had so much fun? Now is your chance! This once a week five session class for parents and children offers a great opportunity to bond and learn with your child while you both sail on a Vanguard 15. No experience necessary for either the adult or child. 

    Registration cost is for you and your child. 

    Students will be required to perform a capsize test the first day of class, wet suits are advised but not required. 

    • Rigging and derigging a Vanguard 15
    • Teamwork and communication 
    • Being comfortable in, around, and on the water
    • How to tack, gybe, steer, and trim in a double handed boat
    • Sailing terminology
    All instruction possible will occur outdoors, and if indoor instruction occurs due to weather, social distancing will be practiced. Our CYC clubhouse offers two stories of open floor plans which are great during inclement weather. We will be conducting temperature checks and a COVID questionnaire with all students and staff at the beginning of each day, and requiring masks at all times while off the water. Each boat will be cleaned between each use and will be used by the same sailors throughout the week. If a student shows signs of COVID in any way during the week, they will be asked to leave the camp. 

    All our sail camps require your child to pass a simple safety check in the water for liability. This safety check is performed during the beginning of their session on Monday, and is a basic swim and capsize check, with a life jacket on. Please be aware that if your child cannot enter the water, they will be asked to not come back and we cannot offer a refund.



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