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420 Blue
For ages: 12 - 18
420 Blue is a two-week program held at Jetties Sailing Center for our intermediate 420 sailors. Sailors will be invited to participate in 420 Blue once they have demonstrated proficiency with the skills taught in 420 Green. In 420 Blue, sailors will be introduced to the basics of flying a spinnaker, using a trapeze, and roll tacking, among other skills. A focus will be on developing basic racing skills...
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420 Blue is a two-week program held at Jetties Sailing Center for our intermediate 420 sailors. Sailors will be invited to participate in 420 Blue once they have demonstrated proficiency with the skills taught in 420 Green. In 420 Blue, sailors will be introduced to the basics of flying a spinnaker, using a trapeze, and roll tacking, among other skills. A focus will be on developing basic racing skills in a double-handed boat.

420 Blue sailors are also invited to participate in Saturday Race Day sailing on July 16 and the Annual Jobson Cup Regatta, hosted by GHYC. More information about on-island racing opportunities will be communicated to 420 Blue families throughout the summer.

The 420 Blue class is held at the Jetties Sailing Center Monday - Friday mornings from 9 AM - 12:00 PM.

Please note: Nantucket Community Sailing's instructors and coaches recommend that 420 Green and 420 Blue sailors sign up for as many continuous sessions as possible (4+ weeks) throughout the summer. For sailors in a beginner or intermediate class, more "tiller time" throughout the summer, will help sailors to become proficient more quickly-- providing them with the opportunity to join the 420 Racing team.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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All-Island 420 Race Team
For ages: 13 - 18
420 Development and 420 Race programs will operate as a single All-Island 420 Race Team out of Jetties Sailing Center. Sailors, who are placed in either level by the Program Directors are invited to participate. Our afternoon 420 race program/team is designed to cover more technical concepts in the double-handed dinghy including upwind, downwind and reaching tactical strategies; proficient roll tacking...
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420 Development and 420 Race programs will operate as a single All-Island 420 Race Team out of Jetties Sailing Center. Sailors, who are placed in either level by the Program Directors are invited to participate. Our afternoon 420 race program/team is designed to cover more technical concepts in the double-handed dinghy including upwind, downwind and reaching tactical strategies; proficient roll tacking and gybing; proficient spinnaker and trapeze work; advanced boat handling; acceleration techniques; and an introduction to team racing. Previous sailing instruction at NCS is a prerequisite unless by permission of the Program Director.

The afternoon race program is considered a team and class is conducted in a way that emphasizes team participation and coherence, and all team-members are encouraged to participate on the team for as many weeks as possible. The All-Island Race Team will run two sessions this year. The first session will be a two-week session that will focus on boat-handling and boat speed to reacclimate sailors to the boat and shake off the winter rust. The second session will be a six-week session where the bulk of regattas and racing will take place.

The afternoon All-Island 420 Race Team will meet Monday - Friday afternoons from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM. On Wednesday afternoons, students will compete in the All-island Race Day alongside 420 Racers from the Nantucket Yacht Club and Great Harbor Yacht Club. Other on-island events include a 420 Race Clinic on July 9, a Saturday Race Day on July 16, and Nantucket Race Week in August, which the 420 Race program team members are encouraged to participate in. The All-Island 420 Race Team is a travel team, competing in several off-island regattas along the southern Massachusetts coast. All-Island 420 Race Team Members can anticipate sailing in two off-island regattas during the summer season.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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All-Island Opti Race Team
For ages: 9 - 15
The All-Island Opti Race Team is the most advanced program for young Optimist sailors on-island. In 2014, Nantucket Yacht Club, Nantucket Community Sailing and Great Harbor Yacht Club joined their Opti Race teams to offer the All-Island Opti Race Team. The mission is to enhance the experience and skill level of Nantucket Opti racers by improving opportunities for high-level instruction, training...
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The All-Island Opti Race Team is the most advanced program for young Optimist sailors on-island. In 2014, Nantucket Yacht Club, Nantucket Community Sailing and Great Harbor Yacht Club joined their Opti Race teams to offer the All-Island Opti Race Team. The mission is to enhance the experience and skill level of Nantucket Opti racers by improving opportunities for high-level instruction, training and competition. Admittance to the program will be based upon skill level, commitment, maturity and desire to improve and will be by invitation only (by the student's home program director). The All-Island Race Team will run two sessions this year. The first session will be a two-week session that will focus on boat-handling and boat speed to reacclimate sailors to the boat and shake off the winter rust. The second session will be a six-week session where the bulk of regattas and racing will take place.

The Racing Program focuses on the more advanced aspects of racing, such as performance boat handling, acceleration, upwind strategies, mark-rounding, downwind and reaching tactics, advanced tacking and gybing techniques, tactical finishes, sailing rules, etc. Students in the class are considered members of a team. Once on the team, sailors are strongly encouraged to continue in the Opti until they "age out'' or "weigh out,' meaning they either turn 16 or weigh over 125 pounds.

Practices will run from 1:00PM-5:00PM Monday-Friday, and will be held at the Nantucket Yacht Club Boathouse. Full day practices may be scheduled. On Thursday afternoons, students will compete in the All-island Race Day. Other on-island events include an Opti Race Clinic on July 9, a Saturday Race Day on July 23 and Nantucket Race Week in August, which the Opti Race program team members are encouraged to participate in. The All-Island Opti Race Team is a travel team, competing in several off-island regattas along the southern Massachusetts coast. All-Island Opti Race Team Members can anticipate sailing in two off-island regattas during the summer season.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.



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Opti Blue
For ages: 9 - 12
When the lead Opti Green instructor feels a student has sufficiently achieved the goals of the Opti Green class, the student is invited to participate in our more advanced Optimist Blue class. Opti Blue allows students the opportunity for truly single-handed sailing, and will focus on more advanced sailing and racing techniques (such as starting and stopping, landings, capsizing, upwind strategies,...
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When the lead Opti Green instructor feels a student has sufficiently achieved the goals of the Opti Green class, the student is invited to participate in our more advanced Optimist Blue class. Opti Blue allows students the opportunity for truly single-handed sailing, and will focus on more advanced sailing and racing techniques (such as starting and stopping, landings, capsizing, upwind strategies, tacking and gybing, etc.) Self-sufficiency will be promoted in the Opti Blue class although instruction will remain a key component.

Every Thursday, Opti Blue sailors will join the All-Island Opti Race Team as well as intermediate classes from Nantucket Yacht Club and Great Harbor Yacht Club for an afternoon of racing. Opti Blue sailors are also invited to participate in Saturday Race Day sailing on July 23 and the Annual Jobson Cup Regatta, hosted by GHYC. More information about on-island racing opportunities will be communicated to Opti Blue families throughout the summer.

The next step for an Opti Blue sailor is our All-Island Opti Race program, or alternatively, if the student is 12 years old our Teen Green program. Opti Blue students, who have significant experience, are invited to participate in the Nantucket Race Week Opti event in August.

The Opti Blue class is held at the Jetties Sailing Center Monday - Friday afternoons from 1 PM - 4:00 PM.

Please note: NCS recommends four weeks of Opti Blue programming for students to excel through the curricula.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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Opti Green
For ages: 8 - 12
Students who have progressed through our Whalers class or who have had prior experience in the Opti, are invited into our Opti Green class. This class, taught in SailCubes (plastic Optimist sailboats), gives students the opportunity to try sailing independently. The two-week class will often be split into two or more groups that cater to individual students' skill level and progression. The ultimate...
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Students who have progressed through our Whalers class or who have had prior experience in the Opti, are invited into our Opti Green class. This class, taught in SailCubes (plastic Optimist sailboats), gives students the opportunity to try sailing independently.

The two-week class will often be split into two or more groups that cater to individual students' skill level and progression. The ultimate goal of the Opti Green is for sailors to sail an "Opti" or SailCube single-handedly. Focus is on expanding the concepts of the Whalers Class, introducing the basic concepts of racing, and building confidence through both games and basic drills.

The Opti Green Class will be held at Polpis Harbor, Monday - Friday mornings from 9:15 AM - 11:45 AM and Monday - Friday afternoons from 12:45 PM - 3:15 PM.

Please note: NCS recommends four weeks of Opti Green programming for students to excel through the curricula.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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Volunteer Instructor-In-Training Program
For ages: 14 - 17
Intended for our 14 - 17 year old sailors who have participated in a minimum of 420 Blue, 420 Development Team or 420 Race Team, the Instructor-in-Training Program provides sailors with the opportunity to try out instructing at our Polpis Harbor sailing site, under direct supervision and mentorship from our full-time instructors, as well as receive training in how to succeed at sailing instruction. Sailors...
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Intended for our 14 - 17 year old sailors who have participated in a minimum of 420 Blue, 420 Development Team or 420 Race Team, the Instructor-in-Training Program provides sailors with the opportunity to try out instructing at our Polpis Harbor sailing site, under direct supervision and mentorship from our full-time instructors, as well as receive training in how to succeed at sailing instruction.

Sailors must apply into the program, and must be accepted by the Program Director. Upon being accepted, volunteers will work with the Program Director to set up a volunteer schedule. In exchange for volunteer hours, volunteers will receive volunteer t-shirts; receive a formal letter from NCS at the end of the summer detailing their time commitment to be used for high school requirements; and be invited to 2-3 training sessions throughout the summer. Training sessions are intended to help prepare volunteers to take the US Sailing Small Boat Level 1 Instructor course. This course is required for all NCS Instructors, and students must be 16 years old to take the course. Summer training sessions will mimic anticipated course work and include sessions on: safe power-boating, chalk-talk delivery/presentation skills; and basic sailing theory.

Volunteers are required to:

  • Commit to a regular weekly schedule, which includes 2 days at the site each week.
  • Commit to a minimum of 40 volunteer hours.
  • Be 14 years old at the start of their volunteer work.
  • Be First Aid and CPR certified by the Red Cross or American Heart Association, by the start of volunteering

Volunteers completing the Instructor in Training course and becoming Level 1 certified (once they turn 16), are encouraged to apply to NCS for full employment. However, neither of these guarantees an individual a position at NCS.

To apply to the Instructor-in-Training program, students should complete the NCS Employment Application and select "Volunteer Instructor-in-Training" program at the top. Questions can be directed to emily@nantucketsailing.org. Space limited to 6 volunteers.

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Whalers
For ages: 6 - 7
Students who are brand new to sailing or have little prior sailing experience, are placed in our Whalers class. This class, taught in primarily RS Quests, allows students to learn the basics of sailing. Students will first learn to sail alongside 2-3 peers and an instructor. This "bigger" boat experience will provide a comfortable environment for basic skill acquisition. After mastering the basic sailing...
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Students who are brand new to sailing or have little prior sailing experience, are placed in our Whalers class. This class, taught in primarily RS Quests, allows students to learn the basics of sailing. Students will first learn to sail alongside 2-3 peers and an instructor. This "bigger" boat experience will provide a comfortable environment for basic skill acquisition. After mastering the basic sailing skills, boat parts, points of sail, water safety, seamanship and sportsmanship, students will progress into sailing more independently with their peers and being coached by an instructor in a motorboat alongside. An emphasis will be placed on learning, safety and fun! When the student's individual instructor, as well as the lead instructor of the Whalers class, feels that the student understands the rudiments of sailing and can handle a tiller and main sail on their own, the student is invited to move into the Opti Green class.

The Whalers Class will be held at Polpis Harbor, Monday - Friday mornings from 9:30AM -12:00PM and Monday - Friday afternoons from 1:00PM - 3:30PM.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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Women's Clinic - Advanced
For ages: 18+
The Advanced Women's Sailing Clinic is designed to specifically give adult women, of all ages the opportunity to refine their sailing skills and develop independence on the water at Jetties Sailing Center. Focus is placed on fine-tuning steering and sail trim while developing skills to participate in our open sailing rental program. Women's clinic is offered on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00pm - 4:00pm....
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The Advanced Women's Sailing Clinic is designed to specifically give adult women, of all ages the opportunity to refine their sailing skills and develop independence on the water at Jetties Sailing Center. Focus is placed on fine-tuning steering and sail trim while developing skills to participate in our open sailing rental program.

Women's clinic is offered on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00pm - 4:00pm. The class will be offered to a small group of women who should be comfortable sailing without an instructor. Women will sail in groups of 2-3 in our Rhodes 19s while instructors will coach from a power boat. In the case of inclement weather there will be a "chalk-talk" and on-land instruction will still take place.

The goal of the Advanced Women's Clinic is to get women to a point where they can independently rent a sailboat from Nantucket Community Sailing and participate in our open sailing rentals. Participants are encouraged to become Jetties Sailing Center members in order to take advantage of rental benefits. The cost of the clinic is $75 per session. Should you need to cancel your enrollment for a clinic, you must do so at least 24hrs before the clinic is scheduled to take place. If you do not cancel and do not attend the clinic, you will still be responsible for payment. There are no refunds issued due to inclement weather. We ask that you be sure to include your cell phone information during registration, so that we may contact you in case of inclement weather. Please note: Registration will open on our Jetties Sailing Center booking software, not through our youth program registration software.

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Women's Clinic
For ages: 18+
The Women's Sailing Clinic is designed to specifically give adult women, of all ages and skill levels, the opportunity to learn to sail, or to refine previous sailing skills, at the Jetties Sailing Center. Focus is placed on teaching and reviewing the fundamentals, as well as introducing students to the basics of racing. Key goals of the class include building confidence and ensuring that students...
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The Women's Sailing Clinic is designed to specifically give adult women, of all ages and skill levels, the opportunity to learn to sail, or to refine previous sailing skills, at the Jetties Sailing Center. Focus is placed on teaching and reviewing the fundamentals, as well as introducing students to the basics of racing. Key goals of the class include building confidence and ensuring that students are comfortable on the water. Classes are taught primarily in Rhodes 19s or Marshall 15s with an instructor and 2-3 students on board. In the case of inclement weather there will be a "chalk-talk" and on-land instruction will still take place.

Women's clinic is offered on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00pm - 4:00pm. This clinic will offer both beginner and intermediate/beginner racing instruction. At times, the group will be split into two groups both off the water and on. Lesson plans and water drills will be oriented towards introductory sailing and racing concepts - although will always be tailored to the abilities of the students.

Women's Clinic is $75 per session. Should you need to cancel your enrollment for a clinic, you must do so at least 24hrs before the clinic is scheduled to take place. If you do not cancel and do not attend the clinic, you will still be responsible for payment. There are no refunds issued due to inclement weather. We ask that you be sure to include your cell phone information during registration, so that we may contact you in case of inclement weather. Please note: Registration will open on our Jetties Sailing Center booking software, not through our youth program registration software.

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Tiny Salts
For ages: 2 - 3
Tiny Salts Ages: 2-3 Join NCS for a unique program, Tiny Salts, for toddlers ages 2 and 3 this summer! On Tuesdays, from either 9:00AM to 10:00AM or 10:30AM to 11:30AM, we'll introduce your child to sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards, the seashore and more. We'll meet at our Jetties Sailing Center and children must be accompanied by a caregiver - and both the child and the caregiver should plan to...
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Tiny Salts

Ages: 2-3

Join NCS for a unique program, Tiny Salts, for toddlers ages 2 and 3 this summer! On Tuesdays, from either 9:00AM to 10:00AM or 10:30AM to 11:30AM, we'll introduce your child to sailboats, kayaks, paddleboards, the seashore and more. We'll meet at our Jetties Sailing Center and children must be accompanied by a caregiver - and both the child and the caregiver should plan to get wet, as we jump in and out of boats, sing sailing songs, and learn some new 'sailing' words! Capacity is limited to 12 students/toddlers. Tiny Salts is a one-off program that will occur on seven Tuesdays throughout the summer. Tiny Salt participants will be limited to 3 classes. *We recommend coming early! Hit the playground at Jetties and then walk over to see us. After class, you can head over to the Sandbar Restaurant with new friends for lunch. Make a morning of it!

What to bring:

  • Bathing suit (please have it on, under shorts and t-shirt is fine!)

  • Closed toe shoes – that can be worn in and out of the water -- mandatory

  • Towel and warm, dry clothes to change into

  • Snack, water bottle (we will not stop for a snack, but in case your toddler is hungry afterwards)

  • Life jacket - wearing one is mandatory. We'll provide one, but you are also welcome to bring one – either a Type III USCG-approved vest OR the USCG approved swim-aid by Body Glove.

*The Sandbar Restaurant has changing facilities and bathrooms, if-needed!

When:

Tiny Salts will take place on the following Tuesdays in 2022: July 5, July 12, July 19, July 26, August 2, August 9, and August 16. The class will run a morning session from 9:00AM to 10:00AM and a mid-morning session from 10:30AM to 11:30AM. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early to check in.

Where: Jetties Sailing Center, Jetties Beach

*We recommend coming early! Hit the playground at Jetties and then walk over to see us. After class, you can head over to the Sandbar Restaurant with new friends for lunch. Make a morning of it!

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Opti Discovery
For ages: 8 - 12
Opti Discovery is open to students who are brand new to sailing and/or brand new to the Opti. These students may start in a Rhodes 19 or RS Quest with an instructor and other sailors to learn the basics of sailing and build confidence before being placed in the Optimist. Alternatively, sailors may sail with a partner in the SailCube (plastic Optimist). The goal of this one-week class is to teach...
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Opti Discovery is open to students who are brand new to sailing and/or brand new to the Opti. These students may start in a Rhodes 19 or RS Quest with an instructor and other sailors to learn the basics of sailing and build confidence before being placed in the Optimist. Alternatively, sailors may sail with a partner in the SailCube (plastic Optimist). The goal of this one-week class is to teach basic rigging and sailing skills while developing comfort on the water. Sailors will work toward being able to sail independently in the Opti. Once sailors have demonstrated comfort on the water and proficiency with basic sailing skills in the Opti, they will be recommended for Opti Green.

Opti Discovery will be held in Polpis Harbor, Monday-Friday mornings from 9:15AM to 11:45AM and Monday-Friday afternoons from 12:45PM to 3:15PM.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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420 Green
For ages: 12 - 18
420 Green Ages: 12-18 420 Green is a two-week program at Jetties Sailing Center designed to introduce our teenage students to more technical boats, such as Rhodes 19s and 420s. 420 Green is meant for students ages 12-16. Sailors who are 12 years old should be 115+ lbs and/or at least 5'2". Please contact Program Director Emily Taylor at emily@nantucketsailing.org if you have questions about your...
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420 Green

Ages: 12-18

420 Green is a two-week program at Jetties Sailing Center designed to introduce our teenage students to more technical boats, such as Rhodes 19s and 420s. 420 Green is meant for students ages 12-16. Sailors who are 12 years old should be 115+ lbs and/or at least 5'2". Please contact Program Director Emily Taylor at emily@nantucketsailing.org if you have questions about your sailor's placement.

Students will learn two ways: At the start of a session, they will sail in Rhodes 19s with the help of an instructor and 2-3 peers on board; as the session progresses they will sail in Rhodes 19s or 420s independently with another peer, while coached from a skiff. Focus will be on teamwork, basic sailing techniques, and boat handling in a variety of conditions.

420 Green will be offered at Jetties Sailing Center Monday-Friday mornings from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Please note: Nantucket Community Sailing's instructors and coaches recommend that 420 Green and 420 Blue sailors sign up for as many continuous sessions as possible (4+ weeks) throughout the summer. For sailors in a beginner or intermediate class, more "tiller time" throughout the summer, will help sailors to become proficient more quickly-- providing them with the opportunity to join the 420 Racing team.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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Guppies
For ages: 4 - 5
The Guppies Program is intended for young sailors interested in gaining confidence and comfort on and around the water; and a basic introduction to the sport of sailing. The Guppies program includes a mix of basic learning activities and games with a focus on building confidence, safety and fun. Activities include rigging, steering and sailing a pram, harbor tours, sailing in a larger boat, water-based...
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The Guppies Program is intended for young sailors interested in gaining confidence and comfort on and around the water; and a basic introduction to the sport of sailing. The Guppies program includes a mix of basic learning activities and games with a focus on building confidence, safety and fun. Activities include rigging, steering and sailing a pram, harbor tours, sailing in a larger boat, water-based scavenger hunts, basic craft projects, and other sailing and marine related games and activities.

The program will run Monday through Friday mornings from 9:15 AM to 11:45 AM and afternoons from 12:45PM to 3:15PM at the Polpis Harbor location.

On the first day of each new session, students will have a basic swim check. While life jackets are provided and required, each NCS student should be comfortable in and around the water and have basic swimming skills. Students may bring their own PFD (USCG Type III), should they choose. We ask that students wear appropriate shoes (closed-toe) when participating, Native Footwear, Keen, Crocs and old sneakers all work well. Private lessons may be also be booked on our Jetties Sailing Center website; lessons are offered Monday - Saturday.

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