Learn to Sail.
Try our adult beginner course which is rated among the outstanding schools in the country by the American Sailing Association. Two days and plenty of knowledge could have you skippering one of our sloops immediately. Prices are discounted when you pay for two or more courses in advance. Or, take your time with private lessons in which an instructor will take you through step by step at your own pace.
ASA Graduates Sunday Special Boat
Every Sunday from 1-5pm we dedicate one Ensign for graduates of our ASA courses. Show up before 1:00 pm and for $85 sail with other ASA grads or solo (if no others have arrived) until 5pm. Upgrades to larger vessels will be made if available.
Join the Commodore’s Summer Club
•From Memorial Day until the end of September take advantage of Club Privileges which allows qualified skippers to rent an ensign for half days at reduced prices. So for example, pay $100 instead of $295 during the week and $150 instead of $295 over the weekend, for four hours of sailing.
•Commodore Club Seasonal Dues – Silver (M-F) $300 or Gold (M-F & weekends) $500
Saturday Night Special
Saturdays from 5 to 7:30 take a sunset sail for $60 per person. Boat leaves promptly at 5:00pm. Call in advance for details.
Sail it yourself
If your’e qualified, take one of our big boats to Block Island for the weekend. Or if you just want to skipper a daysailer in Noyac Bay we’ll provide the boat and local knowledge for you to enjoy the sail.
Hire a Captain
Rely on the expertise of one of our USCG licensed captains and fully insured instructors while you take in the view, relax and enjoy a glass a wine. See mansions yachts and mother nature at her finest. Storied waters of Sag Harbor, Shelter Island and the North and South Forks are within cruising range for a day or half day sail.
Our fleet is beautifully maintained and upgrades to electronics, hulls, upholstery and bright work are constant. Whether an introductory two hour private lesson or week long self skippered charter to Mystic, we work with every client to make sure it is a success!
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