EYC Sail School is a week-long, overnight camp dedicated to having fun and learning how to sail. Started more than 40 years ago, Sail School is an all-volunteer effort designed to provide sailing know-how to youngsters (and a few oldsters). It’s a week of fun and friendship for our sailing family.

Costs are kept low because members generously volunteer their time and expertise by teaching classes, leading evening activities, and cooking up a tasty breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day.

Camp fees cover instruction, use of class boat (student must provide own Laser for all Laser classes), all meals, snacks, T-shirt, evening activities, and on-site camping.

This year Sail School is June 25-30, 2017. Registration is open to EYC members* and a limited number of guests**.

Find out more about 2017 EYC Sail School here.

* Members are active EYC members and their partners, children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and siblings who are at least 10 years old.
** Guests are those who are not related to members as defined above.

A QUick look at Sail School

Dates to Remember

Early Registration: $50 discount for Members

Member Registration continues

Registration deadline for Members

Guest Registration opens and fills, if space remains.                        

Final Registration deadline
(or until Sail School is full, whichever comes first)

EYC Open House during Sail School from 3-6pm

Take a Sail School student racing / sailing (see below for details)


March 1-31           

April 1                 

May 1                   

May 2

June 1  

June 28             

June 29  


2017 Sail School Directors                Mike and June Chamberlin

Send your questions to eycsailschool2017@gmail.com.

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Take A Sail School Student Sailing

On Thursday evening during Sail School, students have the opportunity to participate in the club’s Thursday night racing!  Students of all ages (~12 to adult) may choose to ride on a racing boat, the race committee or rescue boat, or sail on a boat cruising the lake taking it all in. Students participating in this opportunity represent all skill levels and receive a 30-minute orientation on Thursday morning. Stories of the adventure are shared on Friday.