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Sailing Adventures and Two Hour Sailing Lessons

Discover Sailing with a Sailing Excursion or Sailing Lesson

If you are vacationing at one of our resort locations and want to get out on the water for a couple of hours, consider a Sailing Lesson on an award-winning Colgate 26 sailboat. You can go for a ride or be as engaged in learning to sail as you want. Steer the boat, get into sailing basics, or just relax and enjoy the scenery while one of our US Sailing certified staff instructors comfortably takes you on a tour.

Sailing Lessons Details: Maximum 5 participants and an instructor aboard. Minimum two required to open a boat – $150 per person for each two-hour segment. Private one-on-one sailing lesson – $600 each two-hour segment. All fees are payable in full at time reservation is made. You may cancel or transfer your reservation once to another date/time without penalty up to 3 days prior to your confirmed date. No refunds allowed if cancellation or transfer request is made within 3 days of your original scheduled sailing date/time. No refunds thereafter.

For NY Harbor Reservations – 212-786-4888
Meg@OffshoreSailing.com

For Resort Reservations – 888-454-7015, 239-454-1700
Sail@OffshoreSailing.com

 

“We just completed a very enjoyable 2-hour sailing lesson. It was such a terrific experience. We had a superb instructor who made this lesson quite fun and the start of more sailing for us.”

 

John & Jennifer Koski – New York, NY

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$100 Discount on a Learn to Sail Certification Course!

Sign up for a Learn to Sail Certification Course or Fast Track to Cruising Course for a start date within 18 months of your lesson – deduct $100 from your course tuition or package!

“My wife and I signed up for a private, two-hour lesson and I wish we would have signed up for four hours, or more!  We are looking forward to further sailing with Offshore.”

 

Mike  Lombino – Basking Ridge, NJ

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