HIGH SCHOOL SAILING PROGRAM
The High School Sailing program focuses on building skills and the fundamentals of double-handed sailing in a recreational environment. Gain skills, knowledge, and confidence while creating new friendships. All interested students may participate - even if they have little or no sailing experience. Different skill levels are required for skippers and crew. Participants with little or no sailing experience will most likely begin as crew. Sailing builds character, mental and physical strength, social responsibility, critical thinking and offers a team sport camaraderie. The emphasis for this team is on learning, adventure, and personal growth.
SPRING 2023 SCHEDULE
The program meets Saturday mornings from 9 am to Noon, on the following mornings:
January 21 & 28
February 4, 11
April 1, 8, 15, 22
The program meets rain or shine
$350 due before the first session on Saturday, January 21, 2023, plus
Annual Junior Membership ($115) or Annual USSCMC Family (570) Activation fee waived for new members.
PFD and a safety helmet are required.
Martin County High Schools require an anthetic packet be turned in to the sailor's school athletic department prior to participating in their first practice. The athetic packet requires a physical and may be obtained by clicking the link below:
Martin County High School