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Directory of American Sailing Association sailing schools located in the state of South Carolina where you can take beginning to advanced sailing lessons.
Big Water Sailing School is the perfect place to learn the beautiful art of sailing. We have been a certified ASA teaching facility since 1999. It’s hard to beat our location along the southern end of Lake Hartwell, South Carolina. We enjoy the largest open expanse of water on Lake Hartwell to provide sailors with excellent open water conditions for great sailing.
Charleston Sailing School & Yacht Charters specializes in creating unique yachting adventures. A steady sea breeze flows through our historic harbor providing ideal conditions year-round. From our location downtown at the Charleston City Marina we offer a fleet of sail and power yachts available for Sailing Lessons, Private Yacht Charters, and Bareboat Charters with direct access to Charleston Harbor, the ICW, and the Atlantic Ocean. Since our inception in 2004 we have grown to provide unparalleled service with the best options at every pricepoint. Stop Dreaming, Start Sailing!
Lanier Sailing Academy on Lake Murray, located in the heart of South Carolina just minutes from downtown Columbia, offers sailing courses and a sailing club in a fun environment. We offer Basic Keelboat, Basic Coastal Cruising and Coastal Navigation and our Happy Sails Club provides an economic way for basic keelboat graduates to develop their newly acquired skills.
Discover the passion of sailing while preparing yourself for the ‘Sailing Lifestyle’. Not only will you learn to sail almost exclusively in the Atlantic Ocean in front of two uninhabited barrier islands, you will also learn to navigate the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). Each course has a three student limit allowing you maximum time for fine-tuning your sailing skills. 99% of our sailing is done in the Atlantic to challenge and prepare you for the ever-changing … Continue reading Myrtle Beach Sailing School