Fall 2017 Learn to Race
Oct 1, 15, & 29, Nov 5 & 19
$400 for Members, $475 for non-Members
Complete Paperwork HERE
*Learn to Race and Intermediate course participants must have Sailing Directors approval
**Sailors on average need to have sailed several weeks over the past year; demonstrate hiking out, using the tiller extension and sailing close hauled upwind.
Scholarships are available. Contact the Sailing Director for a scholarship application or more information. Sailing Director: Brent Harrill; 415-820-3729; firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Course
Intermediate sailors age 12-15 who can sail with confidence and want to learn to race
Boathandling, sail trim, safety, rules of sailing, race terminology, race strategy, tacking, gybing, mark-rounding, starts and finishes. As sailors gain experience, they will practice trapezing and flying spinnakers.
Goal of the Class:
Prepare for a regatta, become a confident racer, prepare for future racing or high school sailing
Sundays, 8:30am–2:00pm in September, October and November
This is the most versatile and popular double-handed junior boat on the continent. 420s are sturdy and safe, just under 14 feet long and ideal for learning doublehanded sailing.
All camps and courses are open to members and non-members alike. Scholarships are available. Contact Sailing Director Brent Harrill for more information at 415-820-3729; email@example.com