2019 Summer Sailing Camp

 

Rush Creek Yacht Club invites you to our summer camps for boys and girls 7‐18 years of age with a wide range of programs from learn‐to‐sail, advanced racing training and adventuring.  You have an opportunity to introduce or develop a skill that your child can use the rest of their life, improve their hand‐eye coordination and balance, and build a sense of independence and self‐esteem!

For kids 7 to 18, our Summer Sailing Camps consists of four (4) one‐week sessions, and one (1) two week session from June through August. Participants will make friends in a hands‐on interactive program and learn to sail a boat by themselves, basic seamanship and safe boating habits.  They will not only learn sailing technique, but have fun trips to other parts of Lake Ray Hubbard, use of the RCYC pool and many other water related activities.

For kids 10 to 18, our Adventurers Camp consists of on the water activities including kayaking, paddle boarding, and larger boat sailing.

Our summer coaching staff is comprised of US Sailing certified collegiate and high school sailors.

 

Click Here for our ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM

 


Summer Sailing Camp Schedule:

Session 1: June 3 – June 14 (2 Week Session) (Monday-Friday – 9 am to 4 pm)

Session 2:  June 17 ‐ June 21 (Monday-Friday – 9 am to 4 pm)

Session 3: June 24 – June 28 (Monday through Friday – 9 am to 4 pm)

Session 4: July 22 ‐ July 26 (Monday through Friday – 9 am to 4 pm)

Adventurers Camp July 29 – August 1 (Monday through Thursday– 12pm to 4pm)

 

*** 10% Sibling discount***

*** Register for more than one camp session and receive 10% discount****

 


Click Here for our ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM

Click HERE for a PDF version of the 2019 RCYC Summer Sailing Camp Flyer


 

More Camp information:

RCYC’s Youth Sailing Fleet

The Optimist is an eight-foot; kid sized single-handed dinghy that is easy to manage and fun to sail. The “Opti” is a great boat for juniors to begin sailing, and provides a great platform to learn racing.

 

 

 

The Laser is a dinghy for older youth sailors. It is a great platform to build boat-handling and racing skills. This boat has three different size sails, allowing us to tailor the boat to the weight of the sailor.

 

 

The 420 is an ideal entry-level training boat for all ages. This is a double-handed boat with main and jib. Advanced sailors can learn to rig the spinnaker and trapeze for an exhilarating thrill.  This is the primary boat used on the Texas Sailing Association’s Youth Circuit and in Collegiate Sailing.

 

 

 

 


 

Additional Summer Camp Information

  • As safety is our #1 priority, all students must pass a swim test consisting of jumping in and swimming across the club swimming pool and putting a lifejacket on while in the water.
  • Each camper will receive a RCYC Summer Sailing Camp T-Shirt
  • Each day, all sailors will need to bring: Towel, Swim Suit, Change of Clothes, Closed Toe Shoes, Lifejacket, Hat/Sunglasses, Sunscreen, Water Bottle, and Lunch.

 

Click HERE for a PDF version of the 2018 RCYC Summer Sailing Camp Flyer

Click Here for our ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM

 

For more information please contact:

Paul Barnes (Junior Head Coach)                 Paul’s Email

Jamie Barkley (Vice Commodore of Education)    Jamie’s Email

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