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Junior Sailing Camp

"The perfect place for your child to learn to sail"

2023 Sailing Camp Registration Form (pdf)

Please print and mail the completed registration form with a check to the address provided on the form. Registration will not be processed without payment.

Sailing Camp Dates - 2023

Only a few spots remain - if you want to check for openings, please contact Michelle Sarber at  Only emails accepted.  No phone calls.

Week 1 - June 12 - 16 - FULL

Week 2 - June 19 - 23 - FULL

Week 3 - June 26 - 30 - FULL

Week 4 - July 10 - 14 - FULL

Week 5 - 17 - 21 - FULL

Week 6 - July 24 - 28 - FULL

Camp Hours

Drop off: 8:30-9:00am
Activities: 9:00am-4:00pm
Pick up: 4:00-4:30pm

Camp Information

The sailing camp program is designed for youths from 8 to 17 years of ages and is open to both ISC members and the general public. The youths are grouped according to age and experience. Sailors are placed in single- and double-handed boats for lots of on-the-water learning experience. The goal of the program is to develop an appreciation for sailing through rigorous FUN!

This camp is designed to meet the needs of both beginners and advanced sailors. Beginners are taught basic sailing techniques and water safety, while the more advanced sailors are taught higher level sailing and racing techniques. The program currently uses Prams, O'Pen BICS, Sunfish, Lasers and 420's to match the different skill levels across our aspiring sailors. The ultimate purpose of the program is to develop an appreciation and love of sailing.

What will my child learn?

Our highly trained staff uses the US Sailing instructional system in an open learning environment. Classes begins with land-based discussions and demonstrations followed by on-the-water instruction where skills like upwind sailing, downwind sailing, reaching and docking are covered. Additional activities like swimming, weather awareness, knot tying & on/off water related games are interspersed throughout the day to keep the action going and provide a fun group experience. As the class progresses, instructors may even begin some introduction to racing if kids show interest. We recommend 2 or more sessions for those who really want to improve their sailing skills. Signing up for multiple sessions is a great way to get your sailor to more advanced levels of sailing.


Michelle Sarber at or phone 317-335-7385

What to Bring:

Coast Guard-approved Lifejacket, Refillable Water Bottle, Lunch, Towel, Bathing Suit, Sunscreen & Shoes that can get wet. We will be in the water everyday.

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