Diamond Lake Youth Sailing
Did you know that Diamond Lake was nominated as one of the top five inland sailing lakes in the state? With over 80 years of sailing tradition the DLYC has many members that grew up sailing on Diamond Lake and support the continuation of the tradition. The sailing program at the DLYC is intended to lay a foundation for a lifetime of interest in sailing. While many programs focus on racing it is the intent of the DLYC program to focus on learning the science of sailing, teaching basic sailing technique and getting kids in the boats and on the water for hands-on experience and fun. Come join us for the start of a lifetime of fun.
Swimming skills must be assessed by our Lead Instructor prior to placement in a class.
Lane Francis is our lead instructor, an accomplished youth sailor and instructor and a graduate of the DLYC sailing program.
Anne Coles-DLYC Youth Committee Co-Chair
How to Register:
To register, go to the July calendar and click on the Monday of the week you want to take the class,then click on Register Now and follow the prompts.
2019 Youth Sailing Class Schedule
July 1st - 5th (No class July 4th) Session 1
July 8th - 11th Session 2
July 15th - 18th Session 3
July 22nd - July 25th Session 4
Aug.2nd - Aug. 3rd Session 5
Aug. 5th - Aug. 8th Session 6 (All makeup classes if necessary)
Please Note: The information for this program is subject to change based on registration, attendance and final recommendation by the Lead Instructor. All participants should bring a life jacket, water bottle, change of clothes, water shoes and towel.
Pram Class (Opti’s) $100 per 4-day session/$80 2-day session
Dinghy and Scow Class (Sunfish and Butterfly) $100 per 4-day session/$80 2-day session
Adventure Class $200
Racing fundamentals (Various Boats) $ 80 per session
Private Lessons Set by lead instructor