All waivers, medical forms and releases must be completed before a student is allowed on the water. ** Available HERE for download.
Parents and Students - please take the CDC HEADS UP to Youth Sports: Online Training regarding concussion education! Click here for the free training!
Helmets are required. A Multi-sport or skateboard type helmet is recommended due to the low profile and additional coverage.
It's here! Fall Sailing! REGISTER NOW!
Welcome meeting, On-shore boat preparation and shore training start Thursday, September 8th
Season runs through the beginning of November
Practices will run Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 - 6:30pm. (Rig the boats to be on the water at 4:00pm).
Adventure sailing/free sail on Thursdays
The Season fee is $295 which covers use of the Club 420 sailboats, the coach, team league fees, and regatta fees.
SMSA membership is required to participate. Season fee includes a partial year SMSA membership. If you are already a full year member, the Season fee is $256.
Students are responsible for their personal sailing gear (wetsuits, PFD, and helmet are required. Gloves and booties recommended.) Based on water/air temperatures (combined air and water = 120 deg), wetsuits will be required towards the beginning of the spring season and may be required at the end of the fall season.
Parent volunteer helpers encouraged and welcomed!
Volunteers are needed to help with:
Thank you! See you on the water!
Where: Southern Maryland Sailing Association, 14490 Solomons Island Rd, Solomons, MD
When: Spring Season (March to May) and Fall Season (Aug to October)
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 to 6:30 pm; Free-sail Thursday.
Who: Junior Sailors in 7th - 12th grades
HS Sailing is open to young people from the 7th to 12th grades who reside and would attend school in Calvert County. Students are eligible whether public, private, or home schooled. Students from out of Calvert County can always participate in the coaching and practices – competition may be limited based on the rules of the sailing association that governs our competitions.
Our teams belong to the Maryland Interscholastic Sailing Association (MDISA) and compete in weekend regattas with other HS teams from our league. The league stretches from the Upper Bay to the Eastern Shore to Southern Maryland and is populated with over 25 different sailing teams. The national organization is the Interscholastic Sailing Association (ISSA) and governs our participation in sailing regattas. There are regional and national competition events run by ISSA. More information on those organizations is available at www.issa.org.
Regattas are exciting opportunities to put your expertise to work! Coaches will work out who goes where based on our progress and prowess. Due to a more limited number of entry-level Regattas in the League, first year sailors may not sail in the formal regattas – but don’t worry, there will be plenty of practice racing to hone your skills!
Andy Wilson, High School Program Chair: email@example.com
Jimmy Yurko, Coach: CoachJimmy@smsa.com