The Sailing Education Association of Sheboygan (SEAS) invites you to an Open House to see our new facility and to find out more about what we do as an organization.
Join us on Wednesday, August 8th from 5-8 pm, 1837 Superior Ave., Sheboygan, as we welcome our community and fellow boaters to experience what we have to offer. In addition, visit with Tamara Thomsen, Maritime Archaeologist from the Wisconsin Historical Society after her day of diving. Tamara will be here conducting an archaeological survey of the I.A. Johnson, a scow-schooner located a couple of years ago. Walk through displays of dive gear and survey items; historic photos and videos from the wreck site; and current survey plans.
Steve Radovan, a local diver who discovered the schooner, will give a short presentation of his findings at 6:30 pm.
The new SEAS facility houses the administrative offices, space for boat building and maintenance, a classroom space, and storage for our entire fleet in one location. After being spread across four locations, we are excited to call 1837 Superior Ave., Sheboygan our home along with our presence on the Lakefront.
SEAS is a community boating facility with a vision of Boat for Everyone! We are dedicated to offer the experience of sailing to anyone with an interest whether it is one time or grows as a new hobby. Our staff encourages those with disabilities to come sail with us to feel the wind and have the freedom that sailing can offer. We offer a variety of sailing and powerboat classes, workshops, boat rentals and will be launching a boat building program in 2019.
Please REGISTER for the event at https://seasopenhouse.eventbrite.com to let us know you are coming.