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    • 05 May 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 19 May 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 02 Jun 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 09 Jun 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 38
    Register

    !!!Special event for Ataxia Center participants!!!

    Registration code required to register

    This no-cost, volunteer-run program allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are assisted, guided, coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    No experience is necessary, and some beginners are able to solo sail (if they want to) on their first or second time out in our small, non-capsizable Access dinghies. Participants are welcome to sail with their friends or families, or they can arrive on their own and sail with one of our volunteers.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Sonar Keelboat." The Access Dinghy fleet is the primary fleet for our Access-ability Program. If you would like to sail on a Sonar, you may indicate your desire to do so. Please understand that space on these boats is limited, however. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of Sonars.

    We welcome participants to attend as many weeks as they are able, but we ask for participants to remember that space is limited and we want to help as many people as possible.

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 16 Jun 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 30 Jun 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 14 Jul 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 28 Jul 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 11 Aug 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 25 Aug 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 08 Sep 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 35
    Registration is closed

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and help them learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often accompanied by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family.

    Our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Keelboat." The Access Dinghy is a small two person sailboat that is specifically made for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, with a family member or friend, or a DSC volunteer sailing buddy.  The Keelboats are Sonar and Freedom sailboats, which do not tip over and can sail with a whole family.

    When you register to sail, please pick the type of boat. The DSC strives to give everyone the opportunity to sail, but we have a limited number of boats and volunteers, so occasionally we may have to make small changes to boat assignments.

    Note: If you decide that you want to switch the type of boat to sail after registering, please let the staff know the morning of the event and we will try to accommodate this change. 

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Stuart via stuart@downtownsailing.org
    • 16 Sep 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 42
    Registration is closed

    'Ya Gotta Regatta' 2018 Participant Registration!  

    You've sailed all summer, either through our Access-ability Saturdays & Sundays or through one of our Outreach Events. Now it's time to strut your stuff and show off your racing skills in our Annual 'Ya Gotta Regatta'. 

    Unlike our regular access-ability events, we will be running sailboat races in three different sessions.  We will have 2 access dinghy races and one race in our larger boats, sonars and J22s. 

    The Schedule for the day is as follows:  

    10AM-11AM: Dinghy Race 1 

    11AM-12PM: Dinghy Race 2

    11AM-12PM: Sonar/J22 Race

    11:30-12:45: Lunch

    1:00-1:15: Awards Ceremony

    1:30: Event wrap up 

    We will have fun carnival games during the morning for anyone waiting under the pavilion and for participants who get off the water early. 

    As a reminder, our two boat choices are "Access Dinghy" and "Sonar / J22 Keelboat." The Access Dinghies are our small 2 person boats, good for those who lack trunk support or need to be transferred by one of our Hoyer lifts. You can sail solo, with a friend or family member or with a volunteer sailing buddy. 

    The Sonars are our larger 24ft boats. The J22's are similar, they just have a smaller area to sit, so they are better for individuals with strong trunk support. All of our keelboats have a volunteer skipper and crew member aboard to sail the boat. You are certainly welcome to join in and help steer or adjust the sails. The larger boats are good for families or groups with more than 2 people. 

    When registering please pick your preferred boat and sailing time and list any additional accommodations you might require, such as a hoyer lift transfer. 


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