ASA Veterans Sailing Education Program

ASA’s Veteran Sailing Education Program

By: Learn To Sail

ASA’s Veteran Sailing Education Program Continues Into 2021 In November of 2018, ASA launched its Veterans Sailing Education Program aimed at getting more veterans out on the water. Since then, ASA has donated over $15,000 to the Veterans Sailing cause and more than 120 schools have offered a discount to military members seeking a sailing education. Take a look at the participating sailing schools and find one for you. ASA would like to recognize the top schools in the Veterans Education Program: The Top Sailing Schools Were: Veterans Sailing Association Kadena Marina  Warrior Sailing  Navy Patuxent Sailing Club  Sailtime Virginia …

Learning To Sail: A Navy Son and His Army Veteran Father

By: Learn To Sail

Learning To Sail With Veteran Sailing Association in Tavernier, Florida The ASA Veterans Sailing Education Program is in its third month of operation and several stories about the program have arrived at ASA from veterans and ASA Affiliates.   US Navy man Galen Gambino and his Army veteran father, Robert Gambino, both of Atlanta, GA, flew into Miami International, rented a car and drove down to Veteran Sailing Association, an ASA Affiliate in Tavernier, FL, to spend the week between Christmas and New Year’s with the owner, former Navy SEAL and ASA Certified Instructor, Captain Joseph “CJ” Mastrangelo. “CJ” offers a …

ASA's Veteran Sailing Education Program

ASA’s Veterans Sailing Education Program

By: Press Release

The American Sailing Association (ASA), in partnership with its national network of affiliate sailing schools, announced today a special initiative exclusively for active and retired military to thank them for their sacrifices in carrying out their respective missions to protect the United States and its interests, and maintain the safety and freedom of U.S. citizens. For 365 days beginning on Veterans Day 2018, America’s premier sail education authority will take advantage of its unique position to express its gratitude to these brave individuals by offering ASA’s basic sailing course (ASA 101) at a special rate.