Williwaw Adventures is a wilderness travel program for ages 12-17+ (grouped by age). Expeditions combine kayaking, backpacking, sailing and whitewater rafting and range from 8 to 23 days.Williwaw has been creating unique adventures for young adults since 2001. Our goal is to provide a safe, supportive and meaningful wilderness experience for our participants.
Ocean Classroom Foundation Seafaring Camps offer kids aged 13-18 a chance to learn about the New England Coast aboard the Schooner Harvery Gamage in one or two week sessions. During their adventure, the focus will be on the marine environment, the diversity of life in the sea, and the history of the New England Coast. Through investigations led by the ship's education officer, students observe whales in their natural habitat, collect plankton, visit historic sites and museums, and share sea songs and stories. Kids will have fun as they learn about the world of the coast, and develop new skills in a team-building environment inherent to life aboard a schooner.
The Manchester Sailing Association offers sailing lessons for children and adults of all ability levels. MSA is a community sailing program open to both residents and non-residents of Manchester. The program takes place at scenic Tuck's Point and on the docks of the Manchester Yacht Club, with easy access to the Manchester Harbor and surrounding waters.
Amesbury Youth Recreation offers over 30 different summer programs to choose from for ages 3 and up. Please see summer brochure for extensive list [download link below]. There are plenty of programs to choose from for kids 4 and up.
The Beginner class is designed for youths who have never sailed before. This basic, half-day program is available to youths ages 8-18yrs. There are two sessions a day, the “morning session” running 9am-12pm and the “afternoon session” running 1pm-4pm. Students may sign up for either the morning or afternoon sessions but are limited to taking this week long class only once.
Sail GHS Summer Program is a super excellent opportunity for kids to learn to sail and build racing skills in C 420's. The group meets Monday-Friday 8:00-11:30 a.m., from June through August at 23 Harbor Loop, Gloucester. Expert instruction and boats provided. Sail GHS is open to middle and high school students from anywhere.
Guy Fiero: (978) 290-7894 or Patti Page: (978) 283-7476
The Ipswich Junior Sailing Program was started by members of the Ipswich Bay Yacht Club who wanted to share their love of sailing with area youth. The program is open to good swimmers who will be between the ages of 8-16 on July 1, 2012. Sailors who have previously completed 420 Racing may continue in the Race Team as long as they meet the age qualifications set for this year’s local Junior Olympics Sailing event.
The Essex Bay Sailing Club is a Non-profit club founded in 2000 reaches out to teach sailing to youngsters in the area surrounding Essex Bay. The goal of the club is to develop sailors who enjoy a strong knowlege of sailing while also learning to appreciate, and protect the beautiful resources of the Essex River.
Students may sign up for any number or combination of one week sessions including morning sessions (AM), afternoon sessions (PM), or both (AM & PM). Skills are built at the student’s pace through one session or through multiple sessions over the summer program. This popular program fills up quickly!
Enjoy a summer on the water while making new friends and learning to sail. We offer sailing, paddling and windsurf lessons, STEM programs, games, and other activities to Greater Boston’s youth aged 10-17 who can swim 50 yards.
21 David G Mugar Way
Boston, MA 02114
Monday, September 23
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