“The ’boutique’ school, where we give you MORE of what you go to sailing school for!”SM
We offer a wide range of courses from Basic to Bareboat and beyond. Need to start from scratch, or get a serious refresher? Our fun and comprehensive Start Sailing course (ASA 101) is offered frequently at our City Island base from April through October. Need to step it up a notch? Take one of our cruising or navigation courses locally this season (103-106). Want to vacation while doing it? Join one of our instructional sailing vacations in the Mediterranean or Caribbean in the fall or winter.
City Island has the finest sailing and training waters in the region. There’s a reason it’s home to two sailing schools, two college sailing teams, and several yacht clubs! We’re half the length of Manhattan away from it, and easy to get to by public or car from all Boroughs and much of the Tri-State area. And once you’re here, it’s all fun and productive sailing with no time wasted getting to good waters.
We KEEP you sailing, too, with our fleet ranging from Beneteau First 21.0’s (same sailing design as the ASA First Trainer) to our Pearson 31 and 10M yachts. We rent our boats to our graduates – a testament to our confidence in how we train our clients – and we also offer a seasonal Sailing Club to maximize your sailing time and value.
Browse our web site; check out our reviews and history. See some pics and clips of our students in action, including broadcast and cable features of our program. You’ll learn why you can’t get a better education – or value – anywhere else!
Learn to skipper a 20' - 27' sloop-rigged keelboat by day, in light to moderate winds and sea conditions. Learn basic sailing terminology, parts and functions, helm commands, basic sail trim, points of sail, buoyage, seamanship and safety including basic navigation rules to avoid collisions and hazards.
Learn to skipper a sloop-rigged auxiliary powered 25'-35' keelboat by day in moderate winds and sea conditions. Learn cruising sailboat terminology, basic boat systems, auxiliary engine operation, docking procedures, intermediate sail trim, navigation rules, basic coastal navigation, anchoring, weather, safety and seamanship.
Learn how to sail a sloop-rigged, auxiliary powered 30'-45' sailboat during a multi-day cruise upon inland/coastal waters in moderate/heavy winds and sea conditions. Learn about provisioning, boat systems, auxiliary engines, advanced sail trim, coastal navigation, anchoring / mooring, docking, emergency operations, weather, and more.
Learn the the navigational theory and practices for safe navigation of a sailing vessel in coastal and inland waters. On-water coastal navigation skills elements are contained in the ASA103, Basic Coastal Cruising, ASA 104, Bareboat Cruising, and ASA 106, Advanced Coastal Cruising, in progressively increasing levels of detail.
Learn to safely act as skipper and crew of a sailing vessel about 30 to 50 feet in length in coastal and inland waters, in any conditions.
Learn to properly use small-craft radar (or radar simulator) for piloting, navigation, and collision avoidance. Knowledge of radar principles and practical matters of radar operation.
Other Services Offered
- Couples Courses
- Youth Courses
- Private Courses
- Weekday Courses
- Weekend Courses
- Corporate Team Building Courses
- ASA 'Challenges'
- Summer Camps for Kids
- Day Sail Charters (member-only)
- Vacation Charters
- Sunset Cruises
- Sailboat Cruises
- Racing Courses
- Sail Trim Courses
- Spinnaker Courses
New York Sailing Center
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