Summer Sailing 2019

Summer Sailing will be here before we know it! Youth summer classes in 2019 will include all ages and ability using a variety of boats, including our intensive sabot racing program. A limited number of guests are allowed. Guests must have sponsorship from current LIYC member. Guest applications are available now – please email [email protected] for an application.

Registration Information

 

2019 SUMMER SAILING BROCHURE

2019 SUMMER ONLINE REGISTRATION

LIYC Members: Registration Opens March 1, 2019, closes May 15, 2019.
Sponsored Jr. Guest Sailors: SPONSORED GUEST REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY WAIT-LISTED DUE TO HIGH VOLUME

To be added to the Sponsored Guest wait list – Please fill out and return all the forms along with the Sponsored Guest Fee check, register online and select ‘pay by check’ to hold your spot on the wait list. PLEASE DO NOT PAY BY CREDIT CARD AT THIS TIME. We will contact you if you have been approved for the program.

CLICK ON THE CLASSES BELOW TO REGISTER OR SCROLL FOR MORE INFO:
STARFISH CLASSES
SEA URCHIN CLASSES
NOVICE CLASS
ADVANCED BEGINNER SABOT: Pre-C3
BEGINNER SABOT RACING: Sabot C3
ADVANCED SABOT RACING: Sabot C2, C1, B, A
ADVENTURE CLASS
DOUBLE-HANDED RACING CLASS: FJ


YOUNG SAILORS (~5-6 yrs old)

STARFISH CLASS – Limited Space Available
2 Week Sessions during June 24-Aug 1
M-TH | 9:00am-12:00pm
Class Fee: $350 per session
Requirement: MUST turn 5 years old in 2019 and completed a Pre-K program; NO BOAT REQUIRED
The Starfish class provides a fun-filled introduction to a lifetime of sailing. This class introduces water safety and very basic sailing skills using a game-inspired curriculum. Weekly activities include: arts & crafts, games on the beach and sailing. The class goal is for young sailors to feel comfortable on and around the water.

SEA URCHIN CLASS – Limited Space Available
2 Week Sessions during June 24-Aug 1
M-TH | 9:00am-12:00pm
Class Fee: $350 per session
Requirement: MUST HAVE completed Kindergarten; NO BOAT REQUIRED
The Sea Urchin class focuses on getting young sailors comfortable on a boat and having fun on and off the water. The class teaches the very beginning aspects of sailing, for example: the parts of the boat, finding wind direction, learning how to trim and ease the sail as well as learning how to steer with a tiller. An instructor accompanies a small group of students in a Harbor 20, CFJ, or Sabot and sails around the Harbor daily. This class also includes many land -based activities, such as: knot tying, arts & crafts, and sailing games. This is a great class for introducing young kids to sailing.


NON-RACING CLASSES

NOVICE CLASS: Beginner
Boat Optional; Personal Boats Encouraged
Session 1: June 24-July 11 | M-TH
Session 2: July 15-Aug 1 | M-TH
Full Days 9:00am-3:00pm | $750 per session
Requirements: MUST have completed 1st Grade
This is an all-encompassing, fun-filled class for the first time sailor to learn the sailing basics. The Novice Class will introduce sailors to: boat parts, rigging, knots, and basic sailing skills. The goal of this class will be to work toward sailing independently. Attending both sessions is strongly recommended.

ADVANCED BEGINNER SABOT: Pre-C3 
Session 1: June 24-July 11 | M-TH
Session 2: July 15-Aug 1 | M-TH
Full Days: 9:00am-4:00pm | $750 per session
Requirement: Must provide a properly rigged Naples Sabot, have completed Novice Class, and be able to sail independently.
This class is designed for students who have sailed, mastered the basics and can sail independently. This is a skill-building class—reinforcing fundamentals and building upon sailing confidence. Sailors are introduced to racing, for example: sailing around a course, understanding the starting sequence, and learning more about the wind. This is perfect for sailors who have completed the Novice class but are not quite ready for C3 Racing. This class will solidify independence and introduce sailors to racing in a fun, nurturing environment.

ADVENTURE CLASS:
Session 1: June 24-July 11 | M-TH 1:00pm-4:30pm
Session 2: July 15- Aug 1 | M-TH 1:00pm-4:30pm
Class Fee: $600 per session
Requirement: 11-17 yrs old; No boat required
This class is perfect for sailors who want to seek on-the-water adventure through sailing. Sailors will have the opportunity to use a variety of vessels such as: Laser, CFJ, Harbor 20, kayaks, and paddleboards and participate in field trips around the harbor.

RACING CLASSES

SABOT RACING: Sabot C3
June 24-Aug 1 | M-TH
Full Days: 9:00am-4:00pm | $1,250
Requirement: Must have completed Advanced Beginner and provide a properly rigged Naples Sabot.
The Sabot C3 class covers beginning race tactics, sail trim, boat handling, and the Racing Rules of Sailing. Boat handling and seamanship will be developed, while maintaining fun as the primary goal. Sailors will be racing in the afternoons during the week according to the Balboa Bay Fleet schedule. Sailors are also encouraged to participate in local weekend regattas.

ADVANCED SABOT RACING: C2, C1, B, & A
June 24-Aug 1 | M-TH
Full Days: 9:00am-4:30pm | $1,250
Requirement: See Balboa Bay Fleet move up rules
This Advanced Sabot Racing class builds upon racing tactics, boat handling, the Racing Rules of Sailing, and introduces higher level concepts, such as: using sail controls, body weight, and sail theory to fine tune and improve speed. Sailors will be racing in the afternoons during the week according to the Balboa Bay Fleet schedule. Racers are strongly encouraged to participate in local and away weekend regattas, including Sabot Nationals August 5-8 at NHYC.

DOUBLE-HANDED/CFJ RACING: 
June 24-Aug 1 | M-TH
Racing: 10:00am-5:00pm | $1,400
Requirement: 12-18 years old and/or weigh 110+ lbs; NO BOAT REQUIRED
This CFJ class is offered to beginner, intermediate, or advanced racers interested in double-handed sailing. Sailors have the opportunity to learn both the skipper and crew positions. Classes focus on rigging, boat handling, sail trim, introduction to spinnakers, and racing tactics. This class is a great opportunity for sailors who are planning to participate in high school sailing or the 420 program in the future.

NEW! 420 RACE TEAM:
June 24-Aug 1 | See Calendar for details
Requirement: Prior 420 experience and Director approval
LIYC/BCYC joint 420 race team.  Practices will be out of BCYC/BYC. Two tracks offered: local and travel for intermediate and advanced sailors. Register through BCYC to participate.

2019 ONLINE REGISTRATION
Your sailor’s registration is complete when ALL of the following is accomplished:
1) Online Registration Completed
2) Check or Credit Card Payment received
3) 2019 Liability Waiver & Medical Release signed and returned to LIYC
4) 2019 Family Membership or Sponsored Jr. Sailor Guest application approved
A $100 late fee will apply to all registrations received after May 15, 2019.
***Class fees cannot be prorated and no refunds will be offered.

2019 APPLICATION FOR SPONSORED JR SAILOR GUEST
Please contact Sailing Director, Brooke Sharp, at [email protected] for the Sponsored Jr. Sailor Guest application. Must be signed by a LIYC Member and approved before your registration is complete. 

Summer Sailing Information

2019 LIABILITY WAIVER AND RELEASE

All participants must have a 2019 Medical and Liability Release Form on file with the Sailing Director, Brooke Sharp. Please print and return before your sailors’ first day of class!

2019 SHORE BOAT LIABILITY WAIVER AND RELEASE

LIYC will offer a shoreboat in the morning and at noon to Jr. Guards. The shoreboat is only available and offered to sailors enrolled in the LIYC Summer Sailing Program.

2019 LIYC PARENT HANDBOOK

2019 PRE-ORDER SUMMER LUNCH

Jr. Sailing Program Summer Event Registration

volunteer Opportunities

Instructors

LIYC is fortunate to have an incredible team of instructors for our program. Our instructors are life-long sailors, competitive on high school & collegiate sailing teams, and active at the national and international levels.