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    • June 03, 2024
    • June 07, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 8 & 9 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

       

     

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 03, 2024
    • June 07, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser (Ages 13 - 17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

     

         

     

      

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser is designed for an older age group. The 420 sailboat is a double-handed, heavier and more challenging boat, and the Laser is a larger, single-handed and much more challenging boat than an Opti. Both boats require a larger body size and weight, making them perfect boats for teens. This program can accommodate all skill levels - beginner, intermediate and advanced sailors welcome. Sailors will also experience sailing on our Hobie Cats and Flying Scot sailboats. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Skipper and crew roles/responsibilities
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe (and fly a spinnaker if skill level allows)
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *420/Laser participants must be 13 - 17 and must weigh a minimum of 110lbs. If your child is 13-15 and does not meet these requirements, please register them for the older Opti beginner group. For safety reasons, the only exceptions to this policy is previous sailing or racing experience in a 420 or Laser.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 03, 2024
    • June 07, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 1
    Register

    Adventure Camp (Ages 8 - 12)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 03, 2024
    • June 07, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 10 - 12 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

      

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 03, 2024
    • June 07, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 7
    Register

    Adventure Camp (Ages 13 - 17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 08, 2024
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 1
    Register

    Private Sailing Lesson at SAYC

    This is a three-hour lesson and will be taught on the Hobie Wave sailboat pictured below. Please familiarize yourself prior to the lesson if possible. Be sure to fill out the SAYCSC WAIVER and attach to your registration form. 


    • June 10, 2024
    • June 14, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 8 & 9 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

       

     

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 10, 2024
    • 9:00 AM
    • June 14, 2024
    • 3:00 PM
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 10-12 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

       

     

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 10, 2024
    • June 14, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Adventure Camp (Ages 8-12)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 10, 2024
    • June 14, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 2
    Register

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser (Ages 13 - 17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

     

         

     

      

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser is designed for an older age group. The 420 sailboat is a double-handed, heavier and more challenging boat, and the Laser is a larger, single-handed and much more challenging boat than an Opti. Both boats require a larger body size and weight, making them perfect boats for teens. This program can accommodate all skill levels - beginner, intermediate and advanced sailors welcome. Sailors will also experience sailing on our Hobie Cats and Flying Scot sailboats. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Skipper and crew roles/responsibilities
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe (and fly a spinnaker if skill level allows)
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *420/Laser participants must be 13 - 17 and must weigh a minimum of 110lbs. If your child is 13-15 and does not meet these requirements, please register them for the older Opti beginner group. For safety reasons, the only exceptions to this policy is previous sailing or racing experience in a 420 or Laser.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 10, 2024
    • June 14, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 7
    Register

    Adventure Camp (Ages 13-17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 10, 2024
    • June 14, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Little Skippers Camp (Ages 6 - 7)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 1:00pm

      

      

          

    Designed to introduce water safety basics and a develop a love for the sea, young children will enjoy smaller class sizes and experience sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, swimming, and more! Currently weeks 2 -9 are available for registration.

    *SAYCSC Little Skippers is a shortened-day program, with pick up at 1:00pm. To stay the full day (9:00am - 3:00pm), you must register your Little Skipper for the Extended Day event. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 10, 2024
    • June 14, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 3
    Register

     

      SAYCSC Little Skippers Camp runs from 9:00am - 1:00pm M - F. 

    Extended Day runs from 1:00pm - 3:00pm

    If you need full day care for your Little Skipper (9:00am - 3:00pm), please register for this extended day program. 

    *You must be registered for Little Skippers - Week 2 event in order to sign up. 

    • June 17, 2024
    • June 21, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Little Skippers Camp (Ages 6 - 7)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 1:00pm

      

      

          

    Designed to introduce water safety basics and a develop a love for the sea, young children will enjoy smaller class sizes and experience sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, swimming, and more! Currently weeks 2 -9 are available for registration.

    *SAYCSC Little Skippers is a shortened-day program, with pick up at 1:00pm. To stay the full day (9:00am - 3:00pm), you must register your Little Skipper for the Extended Day event. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 17, 2024
    • June 21, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 8 & 9 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

       

     

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 17, 2024
    • June 21, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 1
    Register

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 10-12 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

       

     

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 17, 2024
    • June 21, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser (Ages 13 - 17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

     

         

     

      

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser is designed for an older age group. The 420 sailboat is a double-handed, heavier and more challenging boat, and the Laser is a larger, single-handed and much more challenging boat than an Opti. Both boats require a larger body size and weight, making them perfect boats for teens. This program can accommodate all skill levels - beginner, intermediate and advanced sailors welcome. Sailors will also experience sailing on our Hobie Cats and Flying Scot sailboats. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Skipper and crew roles/responsibilities
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe (and fly a spinnaker if skill level allows)
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *420/Laser participants must be 13 - 17 and must weigh a minimum of 110lbs. If your child is 13-15 and does not meet these requirements, please register them for the older Opti beginner group. For safety reasons, the only exceptions to this policy is previous sailing or racing experience in a 420 or Laser.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 17, 2024
    • June 21, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Adventure Camp (Ages 8-12)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 17, 2024
    • June 21, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 6
    Register

    Adventure Camp (Ages 13-17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 17, 2024
    • June 21, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 3
    Register

     

      SAYCSC Little Skippers Camp runs from 9:00am - 1:00pm M - F. 

    Extended Day runs from 1:00pm - 3:00pm

    If you need full day care for your Little Skipper (9:00am - 3:00pm), please register for this extended day program. 

    *You must be registered for Little Skippers - Week 3 event in order to sign up. 

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 8 & 9 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

       

     

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 4
    Register

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser (Ages 13 - 17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

     

         

     

      

    Sail Camp - 420/Laser is designed for an older age group. The 420 sailboat is a double-handed, heavier and more challenging boat, and the Laser is a larger, single-handed and much more challenging boat than an Opti. Both boats require a larger body size and weight, making them perfect boats for teens. This program can accommodate all skill levels - beginner, intermediate and advanced sailors welcome. Sailors will also experience sailing on our Hobie Cats and Flying Scot sailboats. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Skipper and crew roles/responsibilities
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe (and fly a spinnaker if skill level allows)
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *420/Laser participants must be 13 - 17 and must weigh a minimum of 110lbs. If your child is 13-15 and does not meet these requirements, please register them for the older Opti beginner group. For safety reasons, the only exceptions to this policy is previous sailing or racing experience in a 420 or Laser.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 3
    Register

    Sail Camp - Opti I (Ages 10-12 ONLY) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

        

       

     

    Sail Camp - Opti I is designed for beginners with little to no sailing experience. By the end of the week, your child will learn these skills:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child does not have racing experience, or has not attended Sail Camp since last summer, their first week of camp must be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt (included in registration fee) on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt to camp for the day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR code for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Little Skippers Camp (Ages 6 - 7)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 1:00pm

      

      

          

    Designed to introduce water safety basics and a develop a love for the sea, young children will enjoy smaller class sizes and experience sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, swimming, and more! Currently weeks 2 -9 are available for registration.

    *SAYCSC Little Skippers is a shortened-day program, with pick up at 1:00pm. To stay the full day (9:00am - 3:00pm), you must register your Little Skipper for the Extended Day event.

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Sail Camp - Opti II (Ages 8 - 12) 

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm

     

      

     

    Sail Camp - Opti II is designed for intermediate and advanced Opti sailors only. Prior sailing experience is required. Sailors will spend a majority of the week in McLaughlin Optis (fiberglass boats with bladder bags) and will focus on upwind sailing and be introduced to racing. Students will also sail our Hobie Cats and Flying Scot sailboats. 

    In order to register for Opti II, your sailor must already know:

    • Parts of the boat
    • Rigging/de-rigging
    • Steering, body positioning, and sailing mechanics
    • Capsize and recovery
    • Launching and docking
    • Points of sail and sail trim
    • How to tack and gybe
    • Basic rules of the road
    • Beach landing and safety position
    • Proper cleaning and stowing of sailing equipment

    *Skill levels are assessed on the first day of camp. If your child has not participated in our Sail Team program or does not have racing experience, their first week of camp must to be in the Opti I group. If it is determined that your child needs to be in a different group, you will be notified. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 7
    Register

    Adventure Camp (Ages 13-17)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 2
    Register

    Adventure Camp (Ages 8-12)

    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm


     

     

      

     

    Utilizing kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddle boards), sailboats and more, your child(ren) will learn about the Salt Run environment through exploration and adventure. Daily challenges, scavenger hunts, picnics, swimming and water games are just a few of the activities your child will experience through the week. Your child will not learn how to sail their own boat, but will experience sailing on multiple boats. 

    While daily Sail Camp structure varies by program, your child will have two on-water sessions per day, including swim breaks, snack breaks, a lunch break, and daily knot tying sessions before dismissal.

    *Minimum participation required to fill each age bracket for Adventure Camp. Should minimums not be met, there will be one combined Adventure Camp group that week (ages 8 – 17).

    Each sailor will receive their Sail Camp shirt on Thursday afternoon pick-up. Friday is Sail Camp shirt day - every camper should wear their shirt all day.

    SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook and QR code sent upon registration. Please read through Handbook and save QR for daily pick-up and drop-off. 

    Summer Sail Camp FAQ

    Registration Process:

    Once you find a program for your child to attend, here’s how registration works:

    For ALL sailors 17 and younger:

    1. Click the 'Register' button under pricing options.
    2. Sign up with the sailor’s first and last name, but use parent or legal guardian email address
    3. Each child will require their own free membership account
    4. It’s OK to reuse the parent or legal guardian’s email address for multiple sailors
    5. Once payment is received for a program, a membership account will be created for you that gives you access to your sailor’s profile and course documentation, including SAYCSC Sail Camp Handbook.
    6. You must sign into your membership account and update your sailors emergency contacts, date of birth, etc.
    7. Signed waivers and forms can be uploaded via your membership profile or brought to the first day of programming.

    Once your sailor has a profile, it becomes very simple to sign up for additional programming, manage your email preferences, check out upcoming events, and stay connected!

    For scholarship information, please follow this link.

    • June 24, 2024
    • June 28, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
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      SAYCSC Little Skippers Camp runs from 9:00am - 1:00pm M - F. 

    Extended Day runs from 1:00pm - 3:00pm

    If you need full day care for your Little Skipper (9:00am - 3:00pm), please register for this extended day program. 

    *You must be registered for Little Skippers - Week 4 in order to sign up. 

    • July 08, 2024
    • July 12, 2024
    • 5 sessions
    • St. Augustine Yacht Club
    • 0
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