New this winter! Are you looking for a way to build your overall sailing skills throughout the winter months? Do you want to try to avoid the spring brain fog after a long winter away from sailing and your boat? We are now offering winter programming in the form of workshops!
November 7th - What's that thingy called? - Terminology & Knot Tying
November 21st - What's that buoy mean? - Navigation
December 5th - What do all those lines mean? - Chart Reading
December 19th - Oh crap! How do I fix that? - General Maintenance
January 9th - Do I really need to bring that? - Trip Planning
You may register for all five workshops or if you are just looking for some information on one topic you may register for each workshop individually. Each session will include a question and answer portion for all any questions that you may think of along the way.
***Note: As COVID cases remain high in Wisconsin the first workshops will be entirely virtual. We are hopeful that we will be able to offer these workshops in person once things are safer for us to be together in person again. Once you have registered for a workshop or workshops you will receive an email from us containing a general sylabus, any handout/references for the workshop, and how to log in virtually to your workshop.***
None, however, basic sailing experience or boating experience may be helpful
$100 per person (all 5 workshops) Register
$25 per person (individual workshop registration) Register
All workshop curriculums will be sent to you once you have registered along with any handouts and references you may need for the workshop. All topics will focus on more advaced subtopics, however, we will review any basic subtopics as needed. Please reach out to us if you have any questions prior to registering.
What to bring:
- Face mask or buff to wear while on shore or while in close contact with others on the water
- Old tennis shoes or water shoes are required to be worn at all times to protect your feet.
- A completed & signed waiver
- Eyeglasses or sunglasses holder strap cord
- Swimming suit
- Dry clothes
- Water bottle full of water/ beverage
- We provide life jackets however, students may bring their own if they wish. (All privately owned lifejackets are subject to inspection and approval of Green Bay Sail & Paddle Staff)
South Bay Marina
101 Bay Beach Road
Green Bay, WI, 54302
The marina is at the west end of Bay Beach Rd, past the Zippin Pippin roller coaster. To find SOUTH BAY, take HWY I-43 to exit #187 (Webster Ave), go north to Irwin St. and take a left on Irwin, which then turns into Bay Beach Rd. We are the last entrance on the right. Look for the SOUTH BAY Marina sign.
When you enter the marina follow the signs that say Green Bay Sail & Paddle.
Classes may be canceled and/or rescheduled at the discretion of Green Bay Sail & Paddle Inc. (“GBSP”) due to weather conditions and/or general concern of the participants and/or any and all Green Bay Sail & Paddle Inc. staff and volunteers. Classes that do not meet the minimum number of registrants may be rescheduled. GBSP will attempt to notify all registrants by email and/or telephone of cancellations 24 to 48 hours prior to commencement.
For the safety of everyone, we ask that if you have or had a fevor in the past 48 hours that you do not come to class. We will do our best to rescheule you to a later class. Every participant must wear a mask or buff while on shore, and social distancing recomendations must be followed. You may be asked to leave if you do not abide by these safety guidelines. Refunds will not be given to any participant for failure to comply with any and all safety guidelines.