SIGN UP FOR YOUTH SAILING - FALL SESSION
FALL SESSION: Oct 14, 21, 28 & Nov 4th (Weather makeup date - Nov 11th)
Each session consists of 4 Saturdays from 9a-12n.
Registration for the Fall session of Youth Sailing will open to HISC club members on August 19th at our Landlubbers Party. (The Landlubbers party is held in place of a General Meeting in August). If you can't attend the party, you may send your completed & signed forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org any time after that date. Space is limited and will be awarded on a first come basis. The Youth Sailing Administrators will confirm your child’s enrollment.
After September 15th, if there is still space, we will promote the youth sailing
program to the general public. Non-club members pay $75 per child, per session. Once a session begins, there are no refunds.
The HISC youth sailing program is non-profit and completely volunteer operated.
The instructors are club members, who have obtained their U.S Sailing Instructor Certification. Additional club members volunteer to assist the kids out on the water and provide a safe learning environment. If you are interested in volunteering, contact Barry Simmons.
The HISC fleet consists of 14 small sailboats: 6 Optimist Prams and 8 O'pen Skiffs. These boats are stored at Quiet Waters Park for use twice a year to train children ages 8 to 18 in the sport of sailing.
Registration & waiver forms are on the HISC.org website under Youth Sailing.
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