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Learn to sail in St. Louis! If you are seeking sailing lessons near St. Louis, sailing lessons in St. Louis, sailing lessons in Illinois, Or maybe you want to learn to sail near St. Louis or learn to sail in St. Louis or learn to sail in Illinois. The Carlyle Sailing Association has what you're looking for. Learn sailing with CSA.    Find out more

CSA Adult Sail Seminar. We will have three classes of boats for the students to learn on: • monohull will use Flying Scots, • cabin boats will use San Jaun 21s • catamarans, Hobie 18s. • Snipes used for righting exercises Class size will be limited to 30 students. Now is the time to start talking to your family and friends about learning to sail or sail better. The program is designed for beginners and intermediates. We will have classroom, on shore, and on water exercises. Each student will receive breakfast and lunch all three days, a US Sailing book titled “Start Sailing Right” and “The Little Red Book” stating the skill sets that they have achieved. We will video each student at the helm. The course will cost $340 for nonmembers and $290 for Primary Corporate Members. The notice and registration form is elsewhere in this issue of the Marks and on our CSA website; csa-sailing.orgThis has always been a very well attended class and will fill quickly, so talk it up, act FAST and get in.  OBJECTIVES: Fun, Safety, Meet People just like You LEARN TO SAIL: Beginners and Intermediate INSTRUCTION: Classroom, Land, and On Water You as a Sailor Safety and You Parts of a Sailboat Wind Awareness How Sails Work Rigging the Boat Learn to talk like a Sailor Your first Sail Sailing Directions Sailing Upwind Sailing Downwind Capsize Recovery Overboard Recovery Leaving and Returning Improving Your Skills Right-of-Way Backup Skills  Weather, Tides and Currents Knots and Lines Limited class size, register early Three types of training boats: Monohull — Flying Scot Cabin — San Juan 21 Catamaran — Hobie 18 Instructors are CSA members, US Sailing Level I Dinghy Instructors

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

May 31 - June 2, 2018

This three-day on-the-water and classroom course is designed for beginners and intermediates interested in getting into or improving sailing techniques.

• Objectives – fun, safety, meet people just like you

• Beginners – learn to sail

• Intermediate – sail better, with more confidence

• You will be able to rent a boat as part of our boat rental program.

We will have three classes of boats on which students can learn:

• Monohull – Flying Scots,

• Cabin boats – San Juan 21s

• Catamarans – Hobie 18s.

This has always been a very well attended class and will fill quickly, so talk it up, act FAST and get in.

More info in the flyer - DOWNLOAD IT HERE


$340.00 for non-member

$290.00 for primary or associate member.

Registration includes instruction, sailing, U.S. Sailing reference textbook and the Little Red Book, breakfast and lunch all three days.


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Carlyle Sailing Association

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Rick Bernstein
714 Yale Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63119

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Contact Rick Bernstein: 314-324-3024 or rick@bremodelers.com

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