Junior Sailing Program



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Junior Sailing Camp: The Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia’s Junior Sailing Camp continues to grow and expand sailing opportunities for the youth of the club and the Philadelphia area. The Corinthian Yacht Club invites children ages 8 through 17 to discover the joy of sailing.  Our objective is to provide a fun summer camp experience while teaching the participants sailing and boating skills. 
 
Sailing Camp, (C 1-6): Six week-long sessions run from Monday, June 21st through Friday July 30
th.  The Camp starts at 9:00 AM and ends at 4:00 PM each day.  Lunch is included. 
 
Race Camp, (R 1 & 2): Two one week ADVANCED sessions for young sailors looking to sharpen their racing skills, starting Monday, July 19th and ending Friday, July 30th, from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM each day, with lunch included. The ADVANCED sessions are designed to introduce and refine racing concepts and skills in 420s for returning junior sailors and campers with sailing experience.
 
Junior Sailing Camp Session Schedule:
C 1       Monday, June 21st through Friday, June 25th
C 2       Monday, June 28th through Friday, July 2nd
C 3       Monday, July 5th through Friday, July 9th
C 4       Monday, July 12th through Friday, July 16th
C 5       Monday, July 19th through Friday, July 23rd
C 6       Monday, July 26th through Friday July 30th

 
Race Camp Session Schedule:
R 1       Monday, July 19th through Friday, July 23rd
R 2       Monday, July 26th through Friday, July 30th
 

Full Day Hours: 9 AM - 4PM, Monday through Friday. 

A Completed Self-Assesment Health Form is Required at the Start of Each Camp Day.


Cost for each week:
Members/ Affiliates:            $550.00            
Non-Members:                     $700.00           

 

Please click here to see the safety & health guidelines.

 
Optimist/Opti
Our club Optimists can be sailed either single or double-handed.  The quick response of the “Opti” offers immediate feedback on your sailing technique and is great for honing single-handed sailing skills for junior sailors. “Opti’s” are found all over the world, learn more here:  http://www.optiworld.org/
 
Flying Scot
Our Flying Scots have been especially rigged for ease of use and have a variable sail plan to allow for comfortable sailing in a wide range of conditions.  Campers have fun learning the positions on the 19-foot boat at a speed that is easy to handle.  They are excellent boats for some of the campers’ favorite activities like "fire drills" and "alligator fishing" that teach boat handling and safety skills within a game format. Click HERE for more information about the Flying Scot.  For more information check out http://www.fssa.com/
 
C420
Our C420 sailboats are a stable boat chosen by many junior programs and they offer an ideal transition to a performance boat.  They react more quickly than our Flying Scots and can be sailed easily by two or three junior sailors.  While a simple and forgiving boat to operate, they offer our campers a more active and challenging sail.  C420s are raced in junior programs and are the boat we use in our junior and scholastic programs.  Learn more here: http://www.420sailing.org/

We hope you will choose to get involved. If you need any clarification of the material presented here; please contact the Club Office at 610-521-4705 or Director of Junior Sailing Program Mr. Angus Robertson at sailmaster@cycop.com