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Saturday, January 07, 2023

09:00 AM  
Basic Keelboat (ASA 101)


Students learn to sail a boat of about 26 ft. in length in light to moderate winds over 2 days - Saturday & Sunday. The course includes an introduction of the basic boat, learning the points of sail, basic sailing techniques, safety and seamanship skills. The class is taught on a Colgate 26 which is easy to use and comfortable for new sailors. Our Colgate's feature spacious cockpits with stainless steel railings and dual controls for the instructor which provides a safe secure platform for beginners. The Colgate 26 is currently used by both US Coast Guard and US Naval Academies to train their new cadets and midshipmen. (After completion of course, students will receive an American Sailing Association (ASA) Basic Keelboat certification, Skill Building session with other students and instructor for 3½ hours, and a free ½ day charter.)

09:00 AM  
Introduction to Sailing


General Description: This hands-on lesson will teach you basic sailing terminology, rigging techniques, and basic sailing maneuvers aboard one of our outstanding training vessels. This program is a great way to be introduced into the enjoyment, relaxation, and adventure of sailing!

Please note that this course is not an American Association Certification

Introduction to Sailing Program

06:00 PM  
Catamaran Triple Combination Class ASA 103, 104, 114

Catamaran Triple COMBO Class

January 7 - 12, 2023 

Basic Coastal Cruising (ASA 103), Bareboat Chartering (ASA 104), and Catamaran Cruising (ASA 114)

These three courses are combined into a 4 day, 5-6 night live aboard adventure.  Students learn safe cruising in local and regional waters as both skipper and crew in moderate winds and sea conditions on a 30 to 50 ft catamaran, sailing by day in coastal waters.  This includes instruction on meal planning and provisioning, boat systems, general maintenance, VHF radio operation, basic chart plotting and anchoring skills.  Also covered in this combination class are maneuvers under power, such as turning in tight quarters, man overboard recovery and more docking! In addition to sailing skills, the students will learn the major differences between monohulls and catamarans. 
Prerequisites: ASA Basic Keelboat Sailing Certification

Tentative Itinerary:

Saturday, January 7 - Sleep aboard

Sunday, January 8 - Class starts 9:00 a.m. through Wednesday, January 11, ending tentatively around 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 11- sleep aboard, if required to complete skills and/or testing on Thursday, January 12 due to weather or other extenuating circumstances.

Catamaran Triple Combo


South Coast Sailing Adventures

913 N. Meyer Avenue, Seabrook, TX 77586

Latitude: 29° 56.1'  N
Longitude: 95° 02.5' W




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