Youth Sailing

Students can experience the thrill of sailing and enjoy meeting new friends by taking sailing classes in the summer and fall. The youth sailing program is open to boys and girls aged 8 to 18, and participants will become members of the Waikiki Yacht Club following their application to participate in the program and review by the membership committee of the club.
 

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Youth sailing regatta results are available on the Youth Regatta Results page.
 


Fundamental skills enable novice sailors to quickly sail on their own, while advanced classes lead to competitive sailing. Pre-teen novice, novice, intermediate, advanced, and junior Olympic classes are taught by U.S. Sailing-certified instructors on International El Toro and International 420 boats. Sailing instructors also hold First Aid and CPR credentials.

Spring "Advanced Racing" sessions: Starting February 1, 2014
Spring Novice/Intermediate sessions: Starting February 15, 2014
Spring Break Junior Sailing Clinics: March 24-27, 2014


For information contact Guy Fleming:

Phone: (808) 955-4405
Email: guynsyd@hawaii.rr.com

Click here for the Spring Break 2014 Application Form.


Interscholastic League of Honolulu

Hawaii is the only state in which an entire league has recognized sailing as a sport.

The Interscholastic League of Honolulu is an organization of 27 schools and has recognized sailing as a sport. Currently, ten schools participate in regattas leading up to the ILH championship. In collaboration with the Hawaii Yacht Club and the Kaneohe Yacht Club, the Waikiki Yacht Club hosts junior varsity and varsity sailing championships for these schools. WYC members volunteer their time to support the young sailors and staff the regattas.
 
420 sailors on a fast reach

 

 
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