Learn To Sail Program - Youth Classes
Class Fee: $150.
Instructed primarily in Optimist Dinghies and Flying Scots for older students, this program will be offered during two different weeks this summer. See the schedule for details. The Learn to Sail Program is intended as an introduction to sailing, teaching students how to become comfortable on the water. An X Boat may be utilized for older students. Optimist students in Learn to Sail do not need to own boats.
The Learn to Sail Course covers basic water safety and beginning sailing skills and is recommended for children of ages 6-15 who have completed first grade. This program will be scheduled based on registrants’ availability and offered on select dates, with four (4) days on select dates with three (3) hour lessons. All participants are required to bring and wear life jackets.
Learn To Sail Program - Adult Classes
Class Fee: $200
LBSS offers Adult sailing lessons to those interested in learning how to sail on LBSS owned Flying Scot sailboats. Instruction will be provided by LBSS instructors from 6:30 to 8:00 on Monday nights. Intermediate instruction may be available based on interest and would be held in Flying Scots. Spaces are limited to the first 6 beginning students.
All forms and payment for all sailing programs of the Lake Beulah Sailing School must be received by June 1.
PLEASE PRINT AND MAIL the forms along with payment as soon as possible, so as to help with instructor planning.
All classes are offered at the Lake Beulah Yacht Club, N9220 East Shore Road, East Troy, Wisconsin, 262-642-4468
For additional information regarding the Lake Beulah Sailing School's programs, contact:
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
The Lake Beulah Sailing School Inc. admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
NOTICE OF CONCUSSION LAW COMPLIANCE
There is a concussion regulation in Wisconsin. This regulation requires all organized athletic programs to provide concussion information to participants, parents, and coaches. Coaches and parents will have responsibilities to ensure removal from activity and evaluation for any potential concussions. Fact sheets for parents and athletes are on our website, and there is an agreement form that will be a required part of the registration process. We place the utmost priority on the safety of our sailors young and old and are happy to pass along this important information and comply with the new regulations!