Frequently asked questions
We understand that you may have some questions about our sailing school and the courses we offer. Here are some frequently asked questions that may help address your concerns:
ASA certification is an internationally recognized standard for sailing education. It demonstrates that you have completed a course that meets a specific set of standards and that you have the necessary skills and knowledge to safely operate a sailboat. ASA certification is often required by charter companies and boat rental services.
You can register for a course by visiting our website, e-mail or by calling our office. We will provide you with the necessary information and guide you through the registration process.
Private lessons are tailored to your specific needs and schedule, whereas group lessons are taught with a small group of students at a scheduled time.
Private lessons are ideal for individuals who prefer one-on-one instruction or have specific learning needs, while group lessons provide a more social and collaborative learning experience.
No, the sailing school is only for adults. Minors are not allowed to take the classes.
We recommend bringing comfortable clothing that can get wet, non-slip, closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, a hat or visor, sunglasses, a lightweight,
waterproof jacket, a change of clothes, a swimsuit and towel, and any necessary travel documents such as passports or visas.
We understand that unforeseen circumstances can arise, and we will work with you to reschedule your course. Please refer to our cancellation policy for more information.
No prior experience is necessary for our ASA 101 Basic Keelboat course. However, some of our advanced courses do require previous certification or sailing experience.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are committed to providing you with the information and support you need to have a safe and enjoyable sailing experience.