Crew school: Winter Ed Series

Crew school: Winter Ed Series

Sheboygan Yacht Club (map)

This spring, SEAS will be working with some of Sheboygan’s most experienced skippers to put on a Crew School for people looking to gain more basic sailing knowledge in order to be a valuable crew member. Over the course of five weeks, a variety of skippers will teach classes and workshops on topics like sail trim, basic sailing terminology, safety, sail care and how to work effectively as a team on the race course. The final week will be a party to provide an opportunity for skippers at SYC to find enthusiastic and knowledgeable crew members for the upcoming racing season!

Safe Powerboat Handling

Safe Powerboat Handling

Sheboygan Yacht Club (map)

This 16-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who wants to learn how to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boathandling skills. No previous experience is required!

Safety & Rescue Boat Handling

Safety & Rescue Boat Handling

Sheboygan Yacht Club (map)

This 8-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who will be using powerboats to perform safety and rescue functions. It is designed for regatta personnel, marine patrols, police and fire rescue personnel, park rangers, and on-the-water sailing instructors and coaches. 

Markset Boat Handling

Markset Boat Handling

Sheboygan Yacht Club (map)

This hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who will be operating a mark-set boat for a race, regatta or event. An operator of a mark-set boat is expected to be able to perform safety, rescue and mark-setting operations.

Accelerated Safe Powerboat Handling

Accelerated Safe Powerboat Handling

Sheboygan Yacht Club (map)

This 8- to 12-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who has taken a classroom boating course but needs experience to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boathandling skills. Students will be expected to study the course materials at home to challenge and pass a written exam covering equipment requirements, rules of the road, aids to navigations, preparation, environment regulations, safety and emergencies.

Accelerated Safe Powerboat Handling

Accelerated Safe Powerboat Handling

Sheboygan Yacht Club (map)

This 8- to 12-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who has taken a classroom boating course but needs experience to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boathandling skills. Students will be expected to study the course materials at home to challenge and pass a written exam covering equipment requirements, rules of the road, aids to navigations, preparation, environment regulations, safety and emergencies.

First Sail

First Sail

Sheboygan Youth Sailing Center (map)

The First Sail Experience is a two-hour lesson offered to anyone. This unique opportunity offers beginners an introduction to sailing in a casual setting and is designed to provide a memorable experience that will motivate newcomers to continue sailing.

Safe Powerboat Handling

Safe Powerboat Handling

Sheboygan Yacht Club (map)

This 16-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who wants to learn how to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boathandling skills. No previous experience is required! 

Basic Keelboat Certification

SEAS is offering the Basic Keelboat Class with the curriculum created  by US Sailing. those who take this course will learn how to properly prepare a boat to sail, leave the dock/mooring, control a boat in confined waters, navigation rules and tips, control a boat in open waters, heavy weather sailors, safety and emergency procedures and more. Those who pass this class will receive a Basic Keelboat Certification from US Sailing.

Accelerated Keelboat Fundamentals

Accelerated Keelboat Fundamentals

Sheboygan Youth Sailing Center (map)

SEAS and Sheboygan Youth Sailing are partnering to present this weekend class on Keelboat Fundamentals. The course is comparable to the Sheboygan Youth Sailing Center Adult Level 1 course packed into one weekend. 

First Sail

First Sail

Sheboygan Youth Sailing Center (map)

The First Sail Experience is a two-hour lesson offered to anyone. This unique opportunity offers beginners an introduction to sailing in a casual setting and is designed to provide a memorable experience that will motivate newcomers to continue sailing.

Basic Keelboat Certification

 

SEAS is offering the Basic Keelboat Class with the curriculum created  by US Sailing. those who take this course will learn how to properly prepare a boat to sail, leave the dock/mooring, control a boat in confined waters, navigation rules and tips, control a boat in open waters, heavy weather sailors, safety and emergency procedures and more. Those who pass this class will receive a Basic Keelboat Certification from US Sailing.

Class fee: $600