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  • Afterguard Sailing Academy
    Sailing out of Central Basin in Oakland or Treasure Island, Afterguard Sailing Academy's Intro to Sailing courses are a great way to get a taste of the passion held by so many people across the world. For more in-depth instruction, multi-day courses are available, giving participants the chance to learn some of the knots, lingo, and practices. Thanks to the academy's team of seasoned captains, tours are only one way to experience sailing's thrills. Their instructors also teach comprehensive American Sailing Association certification courses, which aim to transition ordinary passengers to crew members and skippers for more independent sailing adventures of all types. As students progress, instructors teach more advanced lessons, such as bay basics and ocean sailing. Aside from these lessons, the captains also run a nonprofit sailing academy for youth.
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    1853 Embarcadero
    Oakland, CA US
  • Cal Sailing Club
    By the Numbers: Cal Sailing Club 1970—the year it splits off from the University of California to become its own sailing club 100% volunteer-run 23 dinghies 6 keelboats 80 windsurfing boards 59 storage lockers 5—the minimum age that children must be to board the boats
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    124 University Avenue
    Berkeley, CA US
  • NauticShare Alameda
    If you want to learn how to be a safe, knowledgeable sailer, then you can take a course at any sailing school. But if you want to be a safe, knowledgeable sailer who also knows how to get a boat to move faster than a rumor travels around a knitting circle, you might want to consider taking a sailing course from Nautic Sailing School's instructors. Captain Dan, who has been sailing for more than 40 years, races various types of boats, and he owns a Catalina 30 that carried him to victory during the 2004 and 2009 Catalina 30 Nationals. He works alongside Captain George, who has also raced sailboats, and Captain Robert, a published sailing educator and race tactician who has trained more than 3,500 sailing instructors worldwide. They lead everything from six-hour Discover Sailing lessons, which introduce complete beginners to the sport, to basic and bareboat cruising courses. Those who take those three- and four-day courses may even qualify to crew with Nautic Sailing School on special occasions.
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    1070 Marina Village Pkwy, Ste 102
    Alameda, CA US
  • Club Nautique
    By the Numbers: Club Nautique 1980—the year founded 2 locations: Alameda and Sausalito 43 charter boats in the fleet 45 instructors on staff 26-foot keelboats used for training 2 certification tracks: sailing and powerboating 5 sailing memberships 4 powerboating memberships
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    1150 Ballena Blvd
    Alameda, CA US
  • Tradewinds Sailing School & Club
    At Tradewinds Sailing School & Club, the American Sailing Association–certified instructors teach a diverse array of skills, from the basics of keelboating and coastal cruising to specialty work such as celestial navigation. Their intimate classes, typically capped at three students, all pair guided learning with real-world practice on the water, ensuring students truly master their chosen subject matter. Veteran sailors can challenge the class and join the sailing club, whose convenient boat-sharing program allows for trips to Sausalito, Angel Island, and other local spots.
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    2580 Spinnaker Way
    Richmond, CA US
  • San Francisco Sailing Company
    The San Francisco Sailing Company and the San Francisco Sailing School offer charters, sailing tours, and sailing lessons. They provide customers a chance to cruise the Bay as if on their own private yacht, or teach customers how to sail through their American Sailing Association certified facility. On a typical sailing tour, seasoned captains give passengers a memorable experience as they enjoy unique panoramic views of the entire Central San Francisco Bay. Tours pass the water front from Fisherman's Wharf all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge, Aquatic Park, Alcatraz, The Bay Bridge and views of Sausalito, and Angle Island. In sailing lessons, students will learn theory and terminology, as well as spend the majority of the time on the water practicing maneuvers such as tacking and jibing. In two days of lessons, students are half way through Basic Keelboat certification.
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    350 Bay Street
    San Francisco, CA US
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