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Intro to Sailing: Chelsea (Weekend)

at Hudson River Community Sailing - Chelsea

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Chelsea, Manhattan
W 26th & 12th Ave Pier 66
At Hudson River Greenway
New York, New York 10001
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 7

What you'll learn in this sailing lesson:

During the lesson, students will learn how to steer, how to control the sails, the different parts of the boat, and a few basic maneuvers.

This workshop is perfect for people new to the sport. Concepts are taught on the water and reinforced on land in the classroom. This will be a great experience for those deciding if they want to learn more about sailing.


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Refund Policy
For all lessons, not including City Sail: 
To reschedule a lesson with more than 48 hours fore notice, there's a $25 late rescheduling fee. To cancel a lesson or excursion with more than 48 hours fore notice, there's a $25 per person cancellation fee. The 48 hours must be prior to the day on which the sail starts. Lessons rescheduled within 48 hours of the lesson time will incur a fee equal to the price of the lesson. Full refunds are only given in extreme cases on a case by case basis. 

City Sail Cancellation and Rescheduling: 
  1. Rescheduling - A session may be rescheduled prior to 14 days before the start date of the session for a $25 fee per child per session. 
  2. Cancellation - A session may be cancelled and full refund received prior to 30 days before the start date of the session. 
Weather 
  1. Only HRCS can cancel a lesson for weather-related reasons. 
  2. If a lesson is cancelled, HRCS will contact the participants using phone/email in order to notify them and reschedule the lesson. 
  3. Lessons are cancelled if the conditions are deemed unsafe by HRCS. Examples of these conditions are imminent lightning/thunder that will hit our sailing area and winds sustained at 20 knots with gusts above that speed. Rain, cloudiness, and uncomfortable temperatures do not constitute unsafe conditions unless deemed so by an HRCS representative - dress appropriately!
City Sail Program 
Due to limited staff availability there will be no make-ups offered and no price pro-rating.

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Question from Yaoli M.
Can I still sign up if I'm very bad at swimming?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Yaoli! Hudson River Community Sailing does not have any swimming requirements for their classes. They provide life jackets for all participants. Hope this helps!
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Reviews of Classes at Hudson River Community Sailing (119)

(119 Reviews)
Intro to Sailing: Chelsea (Weekend)
Reviewed by Jennifer B. on 7/25/2019
It was very hot the day we sailed but our skipper was cool & collected. Super educational and fun!!
Intro to Sailing: Chelsea (Weekend)
Reviewed by Anonymous on 5/20/2019
Thankfully it was a beautiful day and we got to enjoy time on the water. The class was small with 3 students. We rotated jobs on the sail boat and were able to experience each part for a good amount of time. Good, basic intro to sailing.
Intro to Sailing: Chelsea (Weekend)
Reviewed by Karen B. on 5/6/2019
Loved it!
Intro to Sailing: Chelsea (Weekend)
Reviewed by Anthony H. on 7/2/2018
Thought the class and instructor were great!
Intro to Sailing: Chelsea (Weekend)
Reviewed by Anonymous on 9/11/2017
This was a nice intro to sailing and I hugely enjoyed my morning on the Hudson. Very very basic intro but very enjoyable
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Hudson River Community Sailing

Founded in 2007 to serve the urban community, we partner with public middle and high schools to offer credit bearing academic programs, internships, mentoring, and college readiness. Our youth development platform uses sailing, boat operation, and boat building to further academic skills and instill...

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