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Want to learn how to sail? With our experienced and talented sailing instructors, we can help make that happen. Our lessons are taught on our J/22 or our Catalina 22.


Hourly rates are $125 per hour with a two hour minimum. Additional time over the two hours is $75 per additional hour.​  Save money on private lessons by purchasing a package of three lessons for $675.00.


You may take private lessons by yourself or with one other person. There is a maximum number two people per private lesson.


Once you have registered for your lesson one of our great instructors will be in contact with you to schedule your lesson. 


Do you have your own boat that you would like to learn how to sail on? Please email us for more information on pricing.


 CLICK HERE for our calendar of events.  

Some Health Benefits

of Sailing

Muscle strength/Endurance. The many activities involved in sailing like pulling and hoisting of sails to maneuver a boat or a yacht adds muscle strength to your shoulders and back. 

Cardiovascular Fitness. Sprts like tennis and baseball can reduce the risk of hypertension, obesity and other heart illness. Sailing, like these intense sports can also improve your cardiovascular health due to the large amounts of oxygen uptake the activity requires. 


Relaxation. The swooshing and splashing of water, the rhythmic movement of the yacht and the sound of the wind in the sails can all affect brainwave patterns. This in turn relaxes and soothes a busy and highly-stressed mind. 


Agility. The various tasks associated with the sailing also helps improve your flexibility and agility. Activities like pulling lines or hoisting sails can significantly improve your hand and eye coordination skills as well as your motors skills. 


Concentration. Because many people today are chronic multi-tasters, they should develop a deep sense of concentration. With the ultimate goal of staying safe while on board, sailing enhances a person's ability to focus even with multiple tasks at hand.


Communication. To effectively control the boat, the captain and his crew must act as a unified unit. To do this, they need to learn hoe to communicate effectively especially through non-verbal means. Everyone on board has a crucial role to play in order to keep the boat afloat.  

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