FAIR Winds. Towards a Mt. Pleasant Town Sailing Center. Mt. Pleasant’s Sailing Tradition. Community Sailing in Optis. Sail Training in Optis. Used by Sailors under 16 Years Old Slow Stable Small sail. 420s High School College Adults Olympics. 420s Racing. Laser. J 22. Rigging 420s.
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Towards a Mt. Pleasant Town Sailing Center
The mission of Community Boating, Inc., is the advancement of sailing for all by minimizing economic and physical obstacles to sailing. In addition, CBI enhances the greater Boston community by using sailing as a vehicle to empower its members to develop independence and self-confidence, improve communication, foster teamwork, and acquire a deeper understanding of community spirit and the power of volunteerism.
Traverse Area Community SailingPO Box 4149, Traverse City, Michigan 49684(231) 922-5922
Traverse Area Community Sailing's mission is to provide sailing opportunities for the Grand Traverse Region by:
1. Increasing participation in sailing by community youth2. Providing affordable sailing opportunities for community youth3. Promoting respect and safety on the water while having fun 4. Providing a participatory activity which utilizes the unique environment indigenous to this area 5. Promoting life-long skills and life-long recreational opportunities6. Providing opportunities for positive involvement and instruction for community youth during the summer7. Promoting sailing's Corinthian Spirit of Fair Play
Our mission is to make the joy of sailing accessible
to everyone, regardless of age, income, ability or disability.
“... Your program provided an incredible opportunity for our boys last summer. They learned more than we imagined they would, and took good pride in their accomplishments. ...I said last year that I believed Community Sailing had the ability to make a very real difference for both of these boys...and you did. ...” Tracey Tekrony, mom to Mike, age 11, B.J., age 15, and Katie, age 10.
Cal Sailing is a non-profit cooperative that owns and operates a fleet of about 23 sailboats from 14 to 26 feet in length, and about 80 windsurfing boards including novice, intermediate, and advanced designs. Located on the south side of the Berkeley Marina, CSC's major activity is teaching sailing and boating safety to its members. The boats are also available to members for recreational sailing, cruising, and racing.
Outstanding New Program
1994. Community Oklahoma on the Water
1997. Downtown Sailing Center Baltimore
1998. Duxbury Bay Maritime School
1999. Greenwich Community Sailing
2001. Clearwater Community Sailing Center
2002. Charleston Community Sailing, Inc. (CCSI)
2003. Fairwinds Yacht Club Junior Aquatics Program 2004. None 2005. Arizona Sailing Foundation
In 1975 about four miles is publicly owned.