Alameda Community Sailing Center’s Summer Sailing Camp 2014!
Come join us on for a week of fun sailing camp!
Students will learn the basics of sailing, including steering, sail trim and knot tying. This camp is perfect for all levels of sailors, especially youth with little to no experience!
Beginning Juniors sessions are 2 weeks long. Start dates are June 16, 30, July 14, 28, and August 11.
Intermediate Juniors sessions are 2 weeks long. Start dates are June 30, July 14, 28, and August 11.
Teen Sailing sessions are 2 weeks long. Start dates are July 7, 21, and August 4. Price: $600 per session, 9am to 4pm
Extended Care: $100 per session (Extended Care 8:30am – 5pm)
Scholarship ProgramACSC offers full and partial scholarships so that we never turn a youth away from sailing due to costs. To apply, please contact info@SailAlameda.org.
Summer 2013 location was Ballena Isle Marina - Many thanks for hosting ACSC!
Future Location: Encinal Boat Ramp
Scholarship Program: ACSC offers full and partial scholarships to families in need.
- Full Scholarships: Families on government assistance or with a household income of less than $45,000. These scholarships cover all costs of sailing camp (a $25 refundable deposit is required).
- Partial Scholarships: Families with a combined household income of less than $80,000. These scholarships cover half the cost of the sailing camp.
- Please note that any families that do not qualify for a scholarship but have special circumstances and need a scholarship are encouraged to contact us as special exemptions can be made.
Scholarship Application form: ACSC-Scholarship-Form
For more information on scholarships, please contact: info@SailAlameda.org
We Provide: Life jackets, wetsuits, all sailing equipment and smiles!
Students Must Bring: A bathing suit, towel, bag lunch, a change of dry clothes, shoes that can get wet, water bottle and sunscreen.
Does my child need to know how to swim?
Yes, our boats are small dinghies and therefore a basic swimming ability is required. Dinghies help youth develop into confident sailors and are a lot of fun. However, they are wet and the students need to be comfortable in the water.
High Standards of Safety: Safety is our highest priority at ACSC. All instructors are certified through US Sailing and also hold CPR and First Aid Certification.