|MASTERS 30/40/40 PASSAGE $2299/2599/2999
plus Materials/ Post/ Damage Waver|
Each additional person: 30-$1874; 40-$2099; 40 Passage-$2399
|Includes 35 DAYS FREE SAILING
Optional Damage Waiver - $135|
Masters courses prepare you for a broad range of
sailing leading to BHSC Bareboat Charter certification for the Caribbean
vacation youíve promised yourself and ocean passage training to build sailing
confidence in the open sea. There are 6 components to each Masters course; the
first 5 are the same, the courses differ only in how the final component, the
Masters Certification Cruise, is conducted. Courses start every week.
DAYSAILING: 24 hours onboard teach the basics of sailing and harbor
navigation and anchoring on a Boston 27 and Pearson 26. Take daysailing 2
weekdays 9-6 and Saturday 9-3, 5 weeknights 5-8:30 and Saturday 9-3, or
weekends, Saturday/Sunday 9-6 plus Saturday 9-3. This course prepares you for
BHSC Basic Keelboat Certification.
NAVIGATION CRUISE: Sunday cruise to Marblehead or Cohasset teaches GPS and
traditional navigation on the Albin 28, includes an introduction to diesels and
docking practice at a lunch stopover. This class and Night Sailing prepares you
for BHSC Basic Coastal Cruising certification. Given most Sundays 9-7.
SAILING: 5-12 most Fridays on a Pearson 31 or Cal 33, class starts with a
vessel orientation, then practice docking, onboard lecture covers night aids to
navigation and vessel lighting requirements then a 4-5 hour night sail in Boston
outer harbor, a good locale to show techniques of sailing after dark. Prepares
you for Master Certification Cruise.
SAILING: This class is given every 3rd weekend 9-5 each day on the J29, big
brother to the J24 and a great platform to teach sail trim, boat adjustments and
spinnaker handling on a boat thatís fun to sail. This course prepares students
for BHSC Bareboat and Advanced Coastal Cruising Certifications (Masters 40).
CERTIFICATION CRUISE: a Certification Cruise is the final part of the
Masters courses. Masters 40 cruises are 48 hours each on a Pearson 31 (M40).
Cruises leave late Friday evening, sail overnight to Provincetown, arrive early
Saturday, practice docking, anchoring and maneuvering drills Saturday and sail
back Sunday. The Masters 40 PASSAGE is 5 days, starts with a vessel introduction
then a non-stop 125-150 mile ocean passage to Boothbay Harbor or Nantucket, a
day of onboard drills in port followed by a coastwise return to expose students
to the rigors of ocean sailing and the intricacies of sailing along the coast.
Prepares you for BHSC Bareboat Charter and Advanced Coastal Certification.
Scheduled periodically when students have completed 3 certifications.