Adult Introduction to Sailing
Who should take this course? Novice/intermediate sailors, 18 and older. Two students will be paired up and will sail (yes, students will take turns skippering – under the watchful eye of the boat owner) on privately owned C scows with hands on mentoring by experienced sailors.
What if I have some sailing experience? Instructors are conscious of varied levels of experience and will adjust classroom and on water sailing to match skill levels.
What will I learn? To start, your instructor will introduce material in two evening classroom settings. Topics will include terminology, sailing concepts, safety, equipment familiarization, and an overview of sailing options available to novices.
A popular feature of the class will be viewing a Wednesday night race “up close and personal” with your instructor. This will allow some of the concepts discussed to be seen and understood.
What do I need to bring? Students must bring an open mind. During on Water sessions (two scheduled) students should wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Life jackets will be provided.
When? First class is the evening of Tuesday, June 19th at 7:00 pm. Subsequent classes are scheduled at times convenient to all attendees.
Where? Okauchee Lake Sailing School W340 N6338 Breezy Point Road Oconomowoc
Cost? $150.00 per student.
To Register: Email Mark Prange firstname.lastname@example.org who is the course instructor and on water sailing coordinator. Prepayment is not necessary – but please notify Mark if register, but find you cannot attend. Further communication will be done via email.
More opportunities? Discussion about many opportunities to advance your skills will be part of the class.
To Register: Email Mark Prange email@example.com who is the course instructor and on water sailing coordinator. Prepayment is not necessary – but please notify Mark if you cannot attend. Further communication will be done via email. Adult Sailing Registration Page