Boating Safety courses are offered every week and weekend throughout the season throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Instructors are licensed USCG Master Captains and deliver the best boater safety and cetification programs.
Our 1-Day and 2-Evening courses are for adults and children 10yrs of age and older. Register today!
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Boating Safety classes
For the older child new to sailing or making the transition from Optimists.
Beginner through Advanced Opti, Racing Opti, Apprentice 420, and Racing 420 and Lasers.
For the youngster with little or no sailing experience. Emphasis will be placed on the fundamentals of basic sailing and boat handling including seamanship, boat safety, right of way rules, and terminology.
For children with basic sailing skills and an understanding of seamanship. This class is designed to strengthen the student's sailing skills in a non-competitive environment.
For children with well-developed sailing skills and an interest in competitive racing.
An individualized, beginning sailing experience for young sailors (6-7 years old).
The barge rows twelve persons at a time in Beginner and Exercise Barge Classes.
Beginning scullers will move from the zephyrs into dolphins and trainers as they develop their skills.
The eight-oared shell is the fastest of all Olympic boats. It requires coordinated balance and the precise power application of eight people.
This boat is fast, less stable and a lot more fragile than all of the beginner boats.
Moving into the zephyrs is the first stage of your education in sculling.
Each season will have classes for beginners, recreational rowers, and those who seek the challenge of competition.
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