Sailing Instruction

Further your sailing knowledge by learning to cruise safe in local and regional waters

Our programs meet the standards set by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators, the American Sailing Association and the U.S. Coast Guard for safe boating.

Instructions and Certifications

  • ASA 103

    Basic Coastal Cruising

    Further your sailing knowledge by learning to cruise safe in local and regional waters. You’ll be able to act as both, skipper and crew on an auxiliary sailboat of 30 feet in length, in moderate winds and sea conditions.

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  • ASA 101

    Basic Keelboat Sailing

    Learn to sail and be ready to charter a sailboat cruiser of up to 30 feet in light to moderate winds and sea conditions in familiar waters without supervision.

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  • ASA 110

    Small Boat Sailing

    Learn to sail a monohull or multihull sailboats less than 20 feet in length and without a fixed, weighted keel. It is a daysailing standard

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  • ASA 105

    Coastal Navigation

    Be ready to demonstrate the navigational theory required to safely navigate a sailing vessel in coastal or inland waters.  Once finished with our course, you’ll be trace your own courses and venture into unchartered areas.

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  • ASA 104

    Bareboat Chartering

    An advanced cruising standard for individuals with cruising experience. Learn to act as skipper or crew for a 30—50 foot sailing by day in coastal waters. The standard includes knowledge of boat systems and maintenance procedures.

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