For former 420 Race Team members who wish to continue to sail but cannot make a commitment to a full week's practice and away regattas.
An intensively paced class designed to get the utmost out of a junior sailor's racing and performance sailing potential.
A more intensively paced class than Into to 420, with more of a focus on racing skills, including basic spinnaker and trapeze work.
Focusing on mastering boat handling skills and basic racing.
Develop racing skills and compete with other yacht clubs.
Take part in an instructional program which teaches basic sailing skills, terminology and seamanship.
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Boating Safety classes
This class offers a relaxed environment for both experienced and first-time sailors to get out on the water in the Center's Bullseyes.
Member Greggus Yahr and Vice-Commodore Craig Fillman will teach this hands-on practice seminar to help you sharpen your docking skills.
PYC Education Committee’s onboard sail trim training will offer a great way to gain hands-on knowledge while sailing on member owned boats.
Full day class for graduates of Pram Sailing, focus is on building basic knowledge and reinforcing confidence, stressing basic coursework and more advanced skills such as upwind sailing and basic racing.
Build on and practice the skills learned as Beginners.
This class is intended as a basic introductory class stressing basic sailing skills to older, larger students and introductory double-handed skills to returning sailors with some amount of sailing skill in Optimists who want to learn about 420s at a slower pace.
The Boothbay Harbor Yacht Club provides a summer sailing program for young people.
All members are entitled to one free two-hour sailing lesson and will receive discounts on all private lessons.
This class stresses water safety and introductory knowledge including rigging, teamwork, confidence building, and basic sailing skills.
BHYC plans a series of weekly racing clinics for members, similar in concept to the successful tennis clinics, for those interested in trying racing or improving their skills.
During the summer months we will be offering Wednesday evening 420 racing for ages 14 and up.
Intensive course designed to get the most out of each student's racing potential.
This is fee-based, individualized, private sailing instruction.
If you have ever wondered how to splice a three strand line or how to properly whip the end of one of your lines, this is a great place to start.
This class is for beginners and experienced women.
From the basics of learning to sail to advanced racing classes, each student will receive quality instruction by US Sailing certified instructors with hands-on teaching.
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