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Maritime Adventure Splash Camp - Extended Day Program
Early Registration Jan 28 - Feb 28: Fee $250
Registration Fee after Feb 28: $300
Splash Camp is from 9am-2pm. Extended Day is available from 2pm-5pm, you must register separately and in advance, in addition to registering for the same session of Splash Camp. Extended Day activities include: on the water activities, beach & habitat exploration, fishing, theme-based arts & crafts.
For all the camp details, including the financial assistance application, please visit our camp website: www.sunymaritime.edu/waterfrontcamps
SUNY Maritime Adventure Camp is licensed by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and is inspected twice yearly. Reports are available at SUNY Maritime College Waterfront, 6 Pennyfield Ave, Bronx, NY 10465
After School Adventure Sailing
Beat the back to school blues and keep the summer fun going through the fall in After School Adventure Sailing!
6th-8th graders enjoy recreation and instruction aboard a variety of boats - dinghies, catamarans and keelboats.
No experience required! Open to beginners, intermediate and advanced sailors.
Join with summer friends or come alone and meet new people. Participants will learn seamanship and sailing skills, explore the East River, and enjoy warm water and great wind - fall is the best time to sail!
For a packing list, please click here: What to Bring to After School Adventure Sailing
DIRECTIONS: Adventure Sailing meets in the East Bay of McMurray Hall. Please click here for directions.
WED PM - 1900-2100hrs: The first night of the workshop will provide an overview of composites - reinforced composite materials, definitions, concepts, and repair of composites, fabrics, cores, and laminated structural materials. Discussion of composite materials will show the diversity of uses in many industries, with a focus on the marine industry.
Wednesday Classroom Session : MAC311
SAT & SUN - 0800-1800hrs: The work sessions will allow for the practice of composites material lay-ups and fabrications as we build the next cockpit for the College’s fourth IC24 sailboat. You will be involved in all aspects of the project from preparing the mold and cutting the materials to the actual lay-up. In the process participants will gain an understanding of basic hands-on tool usage, the handling and storage of composite materials, tips and tricks, as well as related safety precautions.
Classroom Session - Wed night, 1900-2100hrs
Hands-on Building - Sat & Sun - 0800-1800hrs
Private Powerboat Lessons
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (718) 409-2447 to schedule your private lesson before registering.
Your instructor will tailor your lesson for your ability, interest and needs. Lessons are taugh on our 17' center console Boston Whalers outfitted with 70HP engines.
Schedule: At your convenience, based on availability
Fee: 3-hrs up to 3 people; add on additional hours for $100/hr
US Sailing Level 1 Small Boat Instructor Course
Become a US Sailing Level 1 Small Boat Instructor! This rigorous 4-day, 40-hr course is the national standard in sailing instruction. Topics include: classroom and on-the-water teaching techniques, risk management, safety issues, lesson planning, creative activities, ethical concerns, and sports physiology and psychology.
Complement your Level 1 training and certification with our Safe Powerboat Handling, Accelerated Safe Powerboat Handling, Powerboat Safety & Rescue and Boat Handling Practice Day.
For complete course information, prerequisites and registration, visit: