Sailing Training

sailing Training

After School Adventure Sailing

Looking for a unique activity this fall? Get out of the house, off of the computer, and onto the River! 6th-8th graders enjoy recreation and instruction aboard a variety of boats - dinghies, catamarans and keelboats. 

REGISTRATION
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WHAT TO EXPECT: Participants will learn seamanship and sailing skills, learn to work in teams, meet new friends and explore the East River.

SKILL LEVEL: No experience required! Open to beginners, intermediate and advanced sailors.

AGES: 6th – 8th grades

PACKING LIST: What to Bring to After School Adventure Sailing

DIRECTIONS: Adventure Sailing meets in the East Bay of McMurray Hall (directions
 

High School Sailing Team

Learn to sail, race and gain the skills to compete at local, regional or even national level regattas. SUNY Maritime College provides everything needed to participate including sailboats (420s, FJs and Keelboats), coaches, safety boats, and life jackets at one of the best waterfront facilities in the country.  High School Sailing is co-ed and open to both individuals and teams. Sailors from multiple schools will be combined based on skill level, have an opportunity to sail with different partners, and may attend regattas as part of a composite team.

REGISTRATION 
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WHAT TO EXPECT: High School Sailing is run like an after-school sport. Monday and Friday practices are run by coaches and waterfront staff and consist of briefings, drills, games and racing on the water. Primarily, practice is sailed in dinghies (420s and FJs) and is complemented by keelboats (J105, J44, Figaro, IC24s) and catamarans (Hobie Waves.) Sailors of all abilities come from different schools to practice together. With a low coach-to-sailor ratio, all participants will develop their skills and take their sailing to a higher level. 

SKILL LEVEL: All skill levels

AGES: 9th-12th grades

PACKING LIST: The required and recommended gear list is available here.

DIRECTIONS: High School Sailing meets in the East Bay of McMurray Hall (directions).