Education is an important factor of NCWSA's mission "to encourage women to become more actively involved in sailboat racing through regattas and clinics, and to create a spirit of good fellowship among members."

Here are some of the exciting educational opportunities available to NCWSA members.

(You must be a member of NCWSA to attend the Beginning or Intermediate Racing classes. Click here to join NCWSA)

Beginning Racing Series (Click to Register)
  3 Sessions

Tuesday Evenings - April 24, May 8, May 15, 2018

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Edgewater Yacht Club
(NO SESSION on Tuesday, May 1, NCWSA General Membership meeting instead)

Who should attend this course?

Anyone who is new to sailing and/or racing should attend.

If you were new to sailing and racing last year, and attended these sessions, we recommend 
attending again this year, to learn what may not have made sense last year, and to have a better understanding now that you've sailed or raced for a year.

Attend One, Two, or All Three classes.

(Attending all three is strongly recommended as it is a series that builds on previous classes) 



NEW Intermediate Racing (Click to Register)

   1 Session

Tuesday -  May 22, 2018

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Edgewater Yacht Club 

Who should attend this course?

Racing sailors (skippers and crew) who have been in at least 15 races.  

Now that you've been on the course, heard the terms, and experienced different race situations, let's take it to the next level:

Topics covered:

 - Starting  - Rules - Favored sides - What happens on each leg? - Teamwork - Trim - Knocks/Lifts - Local Knowledge - and More


Spinnaker Clinic

info to come

Skipper's Clinic

info to come

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