What You'll Get
Sailing lessons teach you to navigate choppy waters or awkward conversations during unnaturally still waters. Weather any storm with this Groupon.
$59.99 for a Two-Hour Semiprivate Intro to Sailing Class ($150 Value)
Certified instructors guide groups of up to four fledgling mariners through a two-hour course detailing the basics of sailing. Pupils learn about everything from boat anatomy to hydrodynamics and aerodynamics, after which groups take to Lake Michigan for on-the-water instruction. Click here for a full list of available class dates and times.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 22, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Must reserve by 5/31/13. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Subject to availability. Must sign waiver. Must use promotional value in one visit. Subject to weather conditions. Available only on dates and times listed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Milwaukee Community Sailing Center
In 1977, a group of Milwaukee’s sailors responded to its city’s lack of a public sailing institution by banding together with county officials to create a not-for-profit organization accessible to everyone. The Milwaukee Community Sailing Center has continued to uphold this original vision of granting everyone—regardless of age, physical ability, or financial means—a chance to develop sailing skills while exploring Lake Michigan’s aqueous expanses. Since its founding, it has imparted its knowledge upon upwards of 100,000 student via hands-on classes and private lessons.
Throughout the summer’s balmy months, Milwaukee Community Sailing Center’s experienced and certified staff can be found reviewing boat safety with students during on-shore lessons or calling out instructions to their trainees from within a sailboat cruising around the lake. As winter’s frigid winds rage across the city, a host of off-season winter sessions enables skippers to keep their sea legs toned until spring returns. Bobbing cheerfully in the onsite marina, the center’s seaworthy fleet is comprised of more than 80 meticulously maintained vessels, including sturdy dinghies, cruisers, and saddled-up krakens. The center’s dedication to bringing the community together on the water is further evidenced in its outreach programs, including one designed to help Milwaukee’s at-risk youth turn a new leaf by helping them uncover hidden talents, develop leadership skills, and conquer their fears.