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    • 15 May 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
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    Thank you for volunteering for the DSC's Access-ability Saturday sailing sessions. They cannot be run without volunteer support and commitment, and we truly appreciate you!

    The day will begin at 9:00 AM to rig and splash the Hansa Access Dinghies. Sailing participants will arrive at 10:00AM and sail until approximately 12:00 PM. The day will finish by 1:30PM.

    The DSC needs volunteers to fill the following positions:
    • 2 Escorts 
    • 5 people to Rig and de-rig Hansa Access Dinghies
    • 2 Safety boat operators/coaches
    **Everyone who wishes to participate must wear a mask at all times while on campus and on the docks. Mouth and nose must be covered.** 

    We are, at this time, unable to train new volunteers due to safety concerns for COVID-19. It is our sincere hope that we may be able to expand the program in 2022.

    Please review the Adaptive sailing protocol before committing to this program: 
    https://www.downtownsailing.org/resources/Documents/Membership/Adaptive%20Sailing%20Protocol%202020.pdf

    If you have any further questions about this program, please email rena@downtownsailing.org.

    Again, thank you for your commitment to providing adaptive Sailors an opportunity to have access to sailing!

    • 15 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 5
    Register

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often assisted by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family. Sailing time will be from 10:00am until 12:00pm. 

    The boat we offer is a "Hansa Access Dinghy," which is a small one- to two-person sailboat specifically designed for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, or with a family member or friend.

    This year, due to COVID-19 concerns, we are unable to provide volunteer sailing buddies, but we sincerely hope to be able bring them back to this program in 2022.

    **Everyone who wishes to participate must wear a mask at all times while on campus and on the docks. Mouth and nose must be covered.*

    Please be sure to carefully review our 2020 Safety Protocol and event schedule prior to your commitment to sailing with us:

    https://www.downtownsailing.org/resources/Documents/Membership/Adaptive%20Sailing%20Protocol%202020.pdf

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Rena at rena@downtownsailing.org.
    • 28 May 2021
    • 8:00 AM (EDT)
    • 31 May 2021
    • 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • DSC Dock
    Register

    Take a week away and celebrate memorial weekend. This cruise will go to Herrington Harbor with 2 stops at Annapolis while challenging yourself and honing your sailing skills during 4 days. 

    This cruise is open to DSC Cruising Skippers and Cruising Crew who have paid their upgrade fee.

    The $75 registration fees will go to pay the Marina slip fees (3 x $25) and will not be refund if you cancel the reservation. All other expenses ( fuel, pump out, etc.) will be shared equally by everyone.  You will have access to hot showers and restaurants. Bring your towel, pillow, bed sheets or sleeping bag and sunscreen.

    Your skippers will contact you regarding preparations and arrangements. Skippers must file a FLOAT PLAN with the DSC office and a friend. (Template available on the DSC website.)


    For questions or any further info, please email cruising@downtownsailing.org. MOST IMPORTANT, HAVE FUN!

     


    • 29 May 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 9
    Register
    Thank you for volunteering for the DSC's Access-ability Saturday sailing sessions. They cannot be run without volunteer support and commitment, and we truly appreciate you!

    The day will begin at 9:00 AM to rig and splash the Hansa Access Dinghies. Sailing participants will arrive at 10:00AM and sail until approximately 12:00 PM. The day will finish by 1:30PM.

    The DSC needs volunteers to fill the following positions:
    • 2 Escorts 
    • 5 people to Rig and de-rig Hansa Access Dinghies
    • 2 Safety boat operators/coaches
    **Everyone who wishes to participate must wear a mask at all times while on campus and on the docks. Mouth and nose must be covered.** 

    We are, at this time, unable to train new volunteers due to safety concerns for COVID-19. It is our sincere hope that we may be able to expand the program in 2022.

    Please review the Adaptive sailing protocol before committing to this program: 
    https://www.downtownsailing.org/resources/Documents/Membership/Adaptive%20Sailing%20Protocol%202020.pdf

    If you have any further questions about this program, please email rena@downtownsailing.org.

    Again, thank you for your commitment to providing adaptive Sailors an opportunity to have access to sailing!

    • 29 May 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 11
    Register

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often assisted by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family. Sailing time will be from 10:00am until 12:00pm. 

    The boat we offer is a "Hansa Access Dinghy," which is a small one- to two-person sailboat specifically designed for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, or with a family member or friend.

    This year, due to COVID-19 concerns, we are unable to provide volunteer sailing buddies, or use the Sonar and Freedom 20 keelboats, but we sincerely hope to be able bring them back to this program in 2022.

    **Everyone who wishes to participate must wear a mask at all times while on campus and on the docks. Mouth and nose must be covered.*

    Please be sure to carefully review our 2020 Safety Protocol and event schedule prior to your commitment to sailing with us:

    https://www.downtownsailing.org/resources/Documents/Membership/Adaptive%20Sailing%20Protocol%202020.pdf

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Rena at rena@downtownsailing.org.
    • 12 Jun 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 11
    Register
    Thank you for volunteering for the DSC's Access-ability Saturday sailing sessions. They cannot be run without volunteer support and commitment, and we truly appreciate you!

    The day will begin at 9:00 AM to rig and splash the Hansa Access Dinghies. Sailing participants will arrive at 10:00AM and sail until approximately 12:00 PM. The day will finish by 1:30PM.

    The DSC needs volunteers to fill the following positions:
    • 2 Escorts 
    • 5 people to Rig and de-rig Hansa Access Dinghies
    • 2 Safety boat operators/coaches
    **Everyone who wishes to participate must wear a mask at all times while on campus and on the docks. Mouth and nose must be covered.** 

    We are, at this time, unable to train new volunteers due to safety concerns for COVID-19. It is our sincere hope that we may be able to expand the program in 2022.

    Please review the Adaptive sailing protocol before committing to this program: 
    https://www.downtownsailing.org/resources/Documents/Membership/Adaptive%20Sailing%20Protocol%202020.pdf

    If you have any further questions about this program, please email rena@downtownsailing.org.

    Again, thank you for your commitment to providing adaptive Sailors an opportunity to have access to sailing!

    • 12 Jun 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock
    • 11
    Register

    This is a no-cost, volunteer-run program that allows individuals with disabilities to experience the freedom of sailing and learn to sail.

    Sailors come to the Downtown Sailing Center (DSC) and are coached and often assisted by a tireless group of volunteers, friends and family. Sailing time will be from 10:00am until 12:00pm. 

    The boat we offer is a "Hansa Access Dinghy," which is a small one- to two-person sailboat specifically designed for people with limited mobility. They are easy to sail and can be sailed solo, or with a family member or friend.

    This year, due to COVID-19 concerns, we are unable to provide volunteer sailing buddies, or use the Sonar and Freedom 20 keelboats, but we sincerely hope to be able bring them back to this program in 2022.

    **Everyone who wishes to participate must wear a mask at all times while on campus and on the docks. Mouth and nose must be covered.*

    Please be sure to carefully review our 2020 Safety Protocol and event schedule prior to your commitment to sailing with us:

    https://www.downtownsailing.org/resources/Documents/Membership/Adaptive%20Sailing%20Protocol%202020.pdf

    If you have further questions about the Access-ability Program, please feel free to contact Rena at rena@downtownsailing.org.

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The Downtown Sailing Center at the Baltimore Museum of Industry
1425 Key Highway, Suite 110, Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 727-0722 • info@downtownsailing.org