CAMP SESSIONS- SUMMER Session REgistration
One Week Sailing Camps
COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to current government restrictions please read the COVID-19 guidelines which apply to all classes and camps.
Weekly sessions are offered during school breaks in the Winter, Spring, and Summer for Members only.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE A VALID HKBC YOUTH or HOUSEHOLD MEMBERSHIP AND LOGIN PRIOR TO SIGNING UP BEFORE REGISTERING FOR A CAMP OR CLASS. Apply for a Membership HERE. Applications are reviewed for approval, so please verify your contact information is correct.
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or expert our instructors will help you get the skills to be the best sailor you can be. The minimum registration is one week. Students should be between the ages of 8 to 17.
Lunch is included.
A minimum of 6 registered students are required to provide each class.
All sessions are first come first serve basis and payment in full is necessary to reserve a spot in the class. No refunds for any missed classes.
Notice of cancellation
Notice of cancellation must be received in writing prior to the 1st instructional class of the session for a 50% refund of the program fee. No refunds will be given after the 1st class of the session.
Sailing session rules and recommendations
Hawaii Kai Boat Club located on the marina between Queens Medical Center and Tex808 in Hawaii Kai Shopping Center at 377 Keahole Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825.
Morning start time: 9:00AM
WHAT TO WEAR
HKBC sailing includes swimming. Swimsuits, lifejacket, sunscreen, and a water bottle are essential. A hat, sunglasses, rashguard, and towel are recommended. Many sailors also wear helmets, leggings and booties for added protection.
Security for bags and belongings will not be provided.
Coast Guard Certified Type III PDF Life jackets are required by law for all sailors. Life jackets must be worn while on boats and docks at all times. They must be properly sized and it is recommended to label personal items.
Inform the Sailing Director if your sailor will not be attending class.
All boat club equipment be stowed at the end of each day. All students must stay until the equipment is broken down and stored properly. If a student needs to leave before the regular finish time, please inform the Sailing Director when the student must be dismissed. This will help ensure the student is back at the dock and ready to leave on time.