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Advanced Sailing-Starts Monday, June 19

The 2023 Advanced Sailing program will start Monday, June 19.  Registration is now open for LYC members.  Be advised CBYRA has scheduled their normal regattas for the summer season and hopefully they will proceed as planned.  We will also be having Friday afternoon races for our camp participants.

For further assistance and/or questions, please contact    


Our most advanced race training program at a seasonal rate.  Offers a spot in all afternoon advanced sailing / race training classes (Monday-Wednesday) for the entire season, on the water coaching at scheduled Thursday events (registration/travel fees not included), and Friday afternoon race series entry.  Includes 420 boat rental fee.

Students must be proficient sailors and have some experience with the concept of racing.  Usually a minimum of 3 weeks of LYC sailing camp or equivalent experience/skill level is required before a student is permitted to register.  Please check with LYC Sailing before registering if you are unsure of a student's eligibility.  Returning racers all pre-qualify to register.

**Boat rental/lease agreement form must be completed before registrant is permitted to use the vessel.

(If student has a partner with a private boat they plan to sail on, please select the No Rental registration option instead).
Preliminary Schedule/Events 


The full list of CBYRA events:
The full list of MAYRA events:

Parent Support
We may ask of our parents to volunteer towing trailers to events. We'll offer quick towing seminars on request for anyone not familiar with trailering.
Other than towing, there are several things parents of sailors can do to make it easier on coaching staff, but not all of them are feasible for everyone.
The number one thing is parent interest. Talk to your sailor about what they've been doing on/off the water.  Even a small involvement in sailing by a parent can make the entire sport much more rewarding for a young sailor.  If any of our parents are interested in learning even a limited amount about sailing, we offer adult sailing classes, along with private lessons upon request.
Have your own gear.  This is a very broad subject as it ranges from clothing to the boat itself.  Initially it's recommended to start with a lifejacket, boots, and gloves that are comfortable to wear for longer periods of time.  There are many places to look for these including local surf shops and nautical stores such as West Marine. and are both great sources for all your sailing needs with the latter even providing the boats themselves.  While we don't  recommend immediately buying a boat, it may be something that parents want to look into in the future.  If anyone is considering purchasing a boat, especially a used boat, feel free to contact
LYC Sailing Director