2014 Sail Newport’s Summer Youth Program Registration Opens
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Registration for youth sailors is open for the popular Sail Newport Youth Program at www.sailnewport.org. The non-profit sailing center located in Fort Adams State Park offers programs for youth aged five years-old and up in one and two-week sessions. Boats used in the program include Optis, Bugs, Hunter 140s, Club 420s and J22s to teach beginner, intermediate, advanced and racing classes. There is a strong demand for Sail Newport’s nationally recognized program so families are urged to register before February 16 when registration closes after which enrollment will likely be handled by a random selection process. All instructors are U.S. Sailing certified. Costs varies but payment will not be due until after February 21 once a student is enrolled and the session is accepted by a parent. The sessions begin June 23 and continue through August 22. Financial Aid is available for eligible families.
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For more information visit: www.sailnewport.org, or telephone (401) 846-1983.
Sail Newport is Rhode Island’s Public Sailing Center located in Newport, RI. The non-profit organization will serve as the organizer and host of the Volvo Ocean Race’s only North American stopover May 5-17, 2015. Sail Newport was founded in 1983 after the loss of the America’s Cup and is today a thriving sailing educational organization which teaches all levels of sailing and racing for ages five years-old and up. Sail Newport is also the host of many sailing regattas and events including the 2012 America’s Cup World Series-Newport, several Olympic Trails and over 100 regional, national and world championships. Sail Newport will be the host of the Volvo Ocean Race Newport Stopover, May 5-17, 2015.
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