Hawaii Yacht Club

Junior Sailing

HYC Junior Sailing

HYC Junior Sailing Release Form – (Please print and fill)

2018 Junior Summer Sailing Application (Please fill in and print)


Sailing Fall 2017 from Sacred Hearts Academy on Vimeo.


2018 Slim Lambert Results

2018 Hawaii Yacht Club Laser Districts May, 2018 Results

2018 Interscholastic League of Honolulu High School Sailing Dole Bowl Results

Varsity 1

Varsity 2

Varsity 3

 

HYC Junior Sailing Information

Safety: Students are required to provide their own U.S. Coast Guard Approved Personal Flotation Device. The Type III PFD is the most popular, is the most appropriate for small boat sailing and students like them.Swimming Skills: Students must pass a swim test of 50 yards and be able to tread water for 3 minutes. The swim test will be conducted on the first day of class.Registration: Students are officially registered when the following are completed: Application – Medical Release – Swim Check – Payment to HYC Non-Sailing Days: Classes will be held every day that is scheduled. We will attempt to go sailing on most days. If the weather does not allow us to go out on the water we will hold class on shore.Refunds: No refunds are available except for medical emergencies. If a student cannot attend a session, the unused part of the tuition may be applied to future courses.
Clothing: Students must bring the following to class:

  • A life-jacket
  • A change of clothes
  • A towel
  • Covered footwear that can get wet (taubies, old shoes, reefwalkers, etc)
  • Sunscreen
  • A hat

Instructors: All instructors are certified by the United States Sailing Association and hold current CPR and First Aid certification from the American Red Cross.

Classes: Novice courses are taught in the Topper, intermediate courses are taught in the el toro, and racing courses are taught in the Laser and 420. It is common for students to take more than one of the same course as new skills are presented in each session.

Sessions: There are several sessions to choose from in our year-round program:

  • Spring: February – May
  • Spring Break: One week half day session
  • Summer: June-August
  • Fall: September-November
Hawaii Yacht Club Junior Sailing

Upcoming 2018 Summer Schedule


First day of summer sailing classes:  Tuesday May 29

Pearl Harbor Youth Sailing Invitational:  Saturday June 16

Laser Radial National Qualifyer (Smythe Trophy):  Thursday July 5

Laser Radial National Qualifyer (Smythe Trophy):  Friday July 6

Club 420 National Qualifyer (Bemis Trophy):  Monday July 9-Wednesday July 11

Hawaii Yacht Club Youth Sailing Invitational:  Thursday July 12

Waikiki Yacht Club Youth Sailing Invitational:  Friday July 13

Hawaii Yacht Club/Waikiki Yacht Club Bic Invitational:  Saturday July 14

US Sailing Junior Olympic Awards Banquet:  Sunday July 15

US Sailing Keelboat National Qualifyers (Sears Trophy)  Wednesday July 18/19

Hawaii Laser Association Race at Kaneohe YC:  August 4 and 5

Hawaii Yacht Racing Association Single Handed States:  Sep 8 and 9

 

Questions? Call the Junior Sailing instructor Scott Melander at 808-220-6430 or email Scott at JrSailing@HawaiiYachtClub.org to discuss which class would be appropriate for your children.

Please also note that the registration deadline is two weeks prior to the first class. Once you know what class to sign up for, you can download the Spring sailing application here. Click here for the release form.

Adult sailing classes are ongoing in our Cal 20 and 420 fleet. Click here for more information.

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