Since 1993 Sailing Ventures has been teaching people the art and science of sailing. Our students are sailing all over the world using the skills they learned on our boats and in our classes.
The last ASA 101 courses are filling up for September. Are you looking to Bareboat Charter, please refer to the Sailing Club page for more info. We are offering the next ASA 104 Bareboat Cruising aboard a Hunter 460 out of east bay; Point Richmond, San Francisco Bay area. Dates are October 17-19th, starting at 9am and ending at 5pm. There are two spots left and price is $750/person. Please contact us for more info or to book your spot!
Next season: Two hour class packs; get more personalized instruction with a small group on the sailing skills you want. Work on docking, tying to a mooring, sailing skills, reefing, heaving-to, crew overboard drills, and more. Pricing: 22ft sailboat: $40/person/class for a 2-class pack; $35/person/class for 3-class pack; $30/person/class for a 4-class pack.
27-32ft sailboat: $60/person/class for a 2-class pack; $55/person/class for a 3-class pack; and $50/person/class for a 4-class pack.
Sunset Sails available! Enjoy the evening on the water with a small group, or just your friends and family. Dates/Times: Friday-Saturday-Sunday nights 6-8PM. Price: $69/person.
We still have spots for San Francisco sailing opportunites, out of Berkeley. Please contact us for details.
Give the gift of sailing! The Introduction to Sailing is perfect to introduce anyone to sailing. Other classes offered are Night Sailing, Motoring and Docking, Refresher courses, private lessons (on our boat or yours), Ladies' only, ASA Challenge-In courses, and Family Sailing. Check the calendar on link below to see schedule or contact Michelle at email@example.com for details.
Sailing Lessons and Calendar
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It is the simplest, most affordable access to our Fleet of sailboats. We have added several Sailing Clubs in California with whom we now share reciprocal sailing club rates!
What is it like to sail at Tahoe? Summer lake winds are variable, typically gentle north winds in the morning, becoming stronger in the afternoon/evenings and swinging out from the west/southwest. The challenge lies in the unpredictability from one moment to the next and you will learn to read the wind on the water as you sail Tahoe. On the real windy days, gusts can get up to 40+ knots and waves heights to match! Our school is located on the southwest corner of the lake and so enjoys some protection from most heavy winds, making it the most ideal location for teaching sailing.
PO Box 10583 Reno, NV 89510.