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Important Notice - 4th of July - Due to the BMI's fundraising event, access to boats and docks will close at 3pm on July 4th.  All cars need to be out of the parking lot by 3PM, campers pick-up will be set-up at the pedestrian gate. Thank you.   Happy 4th of July to all!


"Beyond Intro" Intermediate Skill development

DSC sailors heel a J/22 on their way to the racecourse

Overview

This course is for adults who have a strong sailing foundation but want to become a competent skipper. Intermediate sailing students learn: 

  • how to leave and return to the dock (without a motor)
  • how to perform crew overboard rescues
  • the rules of the road and how to use basic navigation aids
  • how to handle a boat in strong winds, and more!
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be familiar with many of the skills needed to pass a DSC skipper check-out and should be confident as crew aboard any small keelboat.

This is not an introductory course. Sailors should have some solid experience sailing recently. If unsure of skills, we recommend signing up for our 'Intro to Sailing 12 hour Course'.

If you complete the "Beyond Intro" Course and are still looking to improve your skills, Downtown Sailing offers a "Part 3 - Advanced" sailing course on a by-request basis.

Beyond Intro (12 hour, 2 Day) Classes

    • 09 Jul 2022
    • 9:00 AM
    • 10 Jul 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Baltimore's Downtown Sailing Center
    • 0
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    "Beyond Intro" 12 Hour Course - Intermediate Skill Development 

    For those who have completed the Introduction to Sailing (12 hour) keelboat course, this course is the NEXT STEP!

    In this course, you will hone your Figure-8 Rescue, improve your tiller extension usage, and develop a solid departing and docking methodology.

    If you are new to the DSC, please contact us via info@downtownsailing.org to make sure you are placed in the appropriate class. Sailing is a lifetime sport and we want to make sure you have as much success as you possibly can.

    THIS IS NOT AN INTRODUCTORY COURSE. SAILORS SHOULD BE PROFICIENT WITH MATERIAL COVERED IN "INTRO TO SAILING"

    Space is limited to 3 sailors per class so full payment is required to guarantee your spot in the course.

    Topics include:

    • Refinement of previously learned skills: points of sail; tiller extension usage; "Figure-8 Rescue"; recognizing puffs and lulls
    • Stopping in and backing-out-of "irons"
    • Departure and docking basics
    • Introduction to heaving-to
    • Introduction to the "Quick Stop Rescue"

    FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT FOR THIS COURSE. SPACE IS LIMITED.

    • 13 Aug 2022
    • 9:00 AM
    • 14 Aug 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Baltimore's Downtown Sailing Center
    • 3
    Register
    "Beyond Intro" 12 Hour Course - Intermediate Skill Development 

    For those who have completed the Introduction to Sailing (12 hour) keelboat course, this course is the NEXT STEP!

    In this course, you will hone your Figure-8 Rescue, improve your tiller extension usage, and develop a solid departing and docking methodology.

    If you are new to the DSC, please contact us via info@downtownsailing.org to make sure you are placed in the appropriate class. Sailing is a lifetime sport and we want to make sure you have as much success as you possibly can.

    THIS IS NOT AN INTRODUCTORY COURSE. SAILORS SHOULD BE PROFICIENT WITH MATERIAL COVERED IN "INTRO TO SAILING"

    Space is limited to 3 sailors per class so full payment is required to guarantee your spot in the course.

    Topics include:

    • Refinement of previously learned skills: points of sail; tiller extension usage; "Figure-8 Rescue"; recognizing puffs and lulls
    • Stopping in and backing-out-of "irons"
    • Departure and docking basics
    • Introduction to heaving-to
    • Introduction to the "Quick Stop Rescue"

    FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT FOR THIS COURSE. SPACE IS LIMITED.

    • 10 Sep 2022
    • 9:00 AM
    • 11 Sep 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Baltimore's Downtown Sailing Center
    • 2
    Register
    "Beyond Intro" 12 Hour Course - Intermediate Skill Development 

    For those who have completed the Introduction to Sailing (12 hour) keelboat course, this course is the NEXT STEP!

    In this course, you will hone your Figure-8 Rescue, improve your tiller extension usage, and develop a solid departing and docking methodology.

    If you are new to the DSC, please contact us via info@downtownsailing.org to make sure you are placed in the appropriate class. Sailing is a lifetime sport and we want to make sure you have as much success as you possibly can.

    THIS IS NOT AN INTRODUCTORY COURSE. SAILORS SHOULD BE PROFICIENT WITH MATERIAL COVERED IN "INTRO TO SAILING"

    Space is limited to 3 sailors per class so full payment is required to guarantee your spot in the course.

    Topics include:

    • Refinement of previously learned skills: points of sail; tiller extension usage; "Figure-8 Rescue"; recognizing puffs and lulls
    • Stopping in and backing-out-of "irons"
    • Departure and docking basics
    • Introduction to heaving-to
    • Introduction to the "Quick Stop Rescue"

    FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT FOR THIS COURSE. SPACE IS LIMITED.

    • 29 Oct 2022
    • 9:00 AM
    • 30 Oct 2022
    • 5:00 PM
    • Baltimore's Downtown Sailing Center
    • 3
    Register
    "Beyond Intro" 12 Hour Course - Intermediate Skill Development 

    For those who have completed the Introduction to Sailing (12 hour) keelboat course, this course is the NEXT STEP!

    In this course, you will hone your Figure-8 Rescue, improve your tiller extension usage, and develop a solid departing and docking methodology.

    If you are new to the DSC, please contact us via info@downtownsailing.org to make sure you are placed in the appropriate class. Sailing is a lifetime sport and we want to make sure you have as much success as you possibly can.

    THIS IS NOT AN INTRODUCTORY COURSE. SAILORS SHOULD BE PROFICIENT WITH MATERIAL COVERED IN "INTRO TO SAILING"

    Space is limited to 3 sailors per class so full payment is required to guarantee your spot in the course.

    Topics include:

    • Refinement of previously learned skills: points of sail; tiller extension usage; "Figure-8 Rescue"; recognizing puffs and lulls
    • Stopping in and backing-out-of "irons"
    • Departure and docking basics
    • Introduction to heaving-to
    • Introduction to the "Quick Stop Rescue"

    FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT FOR THIS COURSE. SPACE IS LIMITED.


     

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The Downtown Sailing Center at the Baltimore Museum of Industry
1425 Key Highway, Suite 110, Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 727-0722 • info@downtownsailing.org