One Week Sailing Camps - No experience needed and all levels are welcome.
Weekly sessions are offered during school breaks in the Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall
Upcoming Fall Session
The one-week camps will run for 3 weeks:
October 2 to October 6
October 9 to October 13
October 16 to October 20
Whether you are a beginner, novice, or expert our instructors will help you get the skills to be the best sailor you can be. The minimum registration is one week. Students should be between the ages of 7 to 14 for the O'pen Bic Sessions.
Students should be between the ages of 11 and 17 for the RS Feva Sessions.
Lunch is included.
A minimum of 6 registered students are required to provide each class.
If you have any questions call or email Helena von Sydow 808-349-9167 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Erin Stephenson 410-919-3094 / email@example.com. All sessions are first come first serve basis and payment in full is necessary to reserve a spot in the class. No refunds for any missed classes.
* Notice of cancellation must be received in writing prior to the 1st instructional class of the session for a 50% refund of the program fee. No refunds will be given after the 1st class of the session.
Sailing Session Rules and Recommendations
Hawaii Kai Boat Club located along the marina fronting The Shack in Hawaii Kai Shopping Center at 377 Keahole Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825.
Morning start time: 9:00AM
Afternoon finish time: 2:00PM
WHAT TO WEAR
All students should bring (or wear) swimsuits, a towel for drying off, and a change of dry clothes or a spare tee shirt. If possible please mark the clothing with a waterproof marker so we can identify the owner. Because there are no secure places at the Shack to store valuables we discourage student from bringing large amounts of money, cell phones, iPods, and other devices to class.
Students must wear waterproof sunscreen SPF30 or higher.
Optional gear includes: Reef walkers, gloves, helmets, and sunglasses.
Valuables: Security for bags and belongings will not be provided.
Life jackets are required to sail on the water as safety precaution and required by the Coast Guard rules. We recommend type III life jackets (vest type) so students can have greater mobility while sailing. Life jackets must be properly sized per each student and have their name marked in permanent marker.
Inform Erin Stephenson at 410-919-3094 if a student will not be attending class.
LEAVING AT THE END OF THE DAY
All boat club equipment be stowed at the end of each day. All students must stay until the equipment is broken down and stored properly. If a student needs to leave before the regular finish time, please inform Erin Stephenson when the student must be dismissed by phone or note. This will help insure the student is back at the dock and ready to leave on time.