Join us for the Berlin Yacht Club for Junior Sail Camp 2018 “LEGEND of MAUI”

 

Camp information

Come join us on Tuesday, June 26th through Saturday, June 30th to experience the sailing, teamwork, cooperation, skill building, adventure and most of all fun that is the Berlin Yacht Club Junior Sail Camp!

Sailor’s arrival and registration is from 5:30 – 7:30 pm on Tuesday, June 26th.

Sail Camp instruction begin on Wednesday morning, June 27th through our awards ceremony after lunch on Saturday, June 30th.  PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE FROM PRIOR YEARS.

 

Sail Camp Fees for 2018 are:

  • BYC member with a boat (Sunfish or Laser) $120.00.
  • BYC member without a boat $140.00.
  • Non-member with a boat (Sunfish or Laser) $165.00.
  • Non-member without a boat $185.00.

 

Please make the check payable to Berlin Yacht Club (Checks will be turned into our treasurer every two weeks until the June 15th deadline.

 

   (Mail checks and registration to:)        

 Joe & Kristen Garrett

 1109 Jennifer Dr.

 Dover, OH 44622

        

Please include with your payment completed copies of the following;  

(Additional forms can be downloaded from the BYC web site or sent to your E-mail address upon request).

 

Registration Deadline:  June 15th Registration Deadline (Please read the fine print below)

There is a limit of 55 sailors that can be accommodated, so please get your camp fees and paperwork in early.  Every attempt will be made to accommodate all sailors that register before the June 15th due date. In the case of late registrations, camp t-shirts can only be offered as available.

 Note:  So your child is guaranteed a camp shirt, please get your registration in by the due date.

In the event that camp is overbooked, sailors will be taken on a first come basis and checks returned.

 

Volunteer Opportunity (All Hands On Deck!!!)

The BYC Junior Sail Camp is an ALL volunteer event, so we could use YOUR help!

It is crucial to the success of camp to have the help of our volunteers as we launch and retrieve over 40 boats 4 times a day, prepare and clean-up meals for 50 – 70 sailors and volunteers, provide sailing instruction and staff safety boats.  Even if you can only help for one afternoon, it will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your summer.  Add a note on your sailor’s application for the times you can lend a hand.  Adult volunteers attend without charge and are welcome to participate in all meals and activities

Galley Information:

Each sailor should bring something to eat on Tuesday evening as there is no formal dinner on Tuesday.  

Included in the camp fee are all meals and snacks Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and breakfast and lunch on Saturday.  Each sailor should bring a refillable water bottle for use during activities. In addition to filling out the appropriate medical forms, sailors with food allergies or special dietary needs should contact the camp director to make accommodations if necessary.

A Sailor’s Day:

A day at sail camp includes 2 to 3 sessions of instruction over areas like safe boating skills, basic sailing skills, good sportsmanship, and racing techniques presented through a combination of on the water and on shore activities.  Junior sailors will be under adult supervision always both on and off the water.

For all sailing activities the sailors are placed into groups based on their sailing level.  Sunfish are used for the beginner and intermediate sailors and Lasers for the advanced group.  Beginning sailors are placed on boats with a partner and switch between being the skipper and crew.

As always, we have planned several fun on shore activities, including many of our tried and true favorites from past camps and a couple of new ones.  Also, a Thursday night campfire, and Friday evening party.  Come prepared to use more than just your sailing skills!   Parents you should plan on attending our Awards Ceremony right after lunch on Saturday. Lunch is planned for noon.  

Dry-docked Boats:

If you have, or know of, an unused Sunfish and/or Laser sailboat, we could put them to good use during camp.  Also, any power boats that could be used as a teaching platform and/or safety boat are always of great help.  Contact the camp directors for more information and docking instructions.

 

We’ll see you in June! If you have any questions do not hesitate to call, text or e-mail.

Joe and Kristen Garrett

1109 Jennifer Drive

Dover, Ohio 44622

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Joe’s Cell: 330-987-2645

Kristen’s Cell: 330-987-0822

 

Rick & Kris Myers, Co-Directors

29010 Westwood Drive

Bay Village, OH 44140

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Personal Items to Bring:

  • Properly fitted Coast Guard approved life jacket (This is a required item)
  • Brown bag dinner for Tuesday night (NO CONTAINERS!! They will not smell good by Saturday!)
  • Refillable water bottle (best if it can be clipped or tied on to) This is a must for staying hydrated!
  • Hat with a brim
  • Sun Block SPF 30 or greater
  • Boat or water shoes.  The launch area is rocky and flip flops are not good around boats!
  • Towels (at least 2)
  • Swim suit(s) you can sail in- sailing is athletic! - one piece preferred! (having an extra is a good idea)
  • Rain Gear (We sail in the rain but not lightning)
  • Sleeping bag
  • Pillow
  • Air mattress or pad (we sleep on the tile floor)
  • Sleeping clothes (we’re all in 1 room)
  • Shorts and long pants
  • Shirts and tee shirts (chances are you’ll get wet everyday)
  • Surf shirt and tee shirt to cover up (required for all activities)
  • Fleece /sweatshirt (it gets cool at night on the high seas)
  • Tennis shoes (for activities like soccer and volleyball)
  • Toiletry kit
  • Tether for glasses, (something to keep your glasses on your face in the water)  
  • Insect repellent, playing cards, Frisbee, book, etc.
  • Smiles, sun, wind, and a positive attitude!

Items to Share with other campers:

  • 2 dozen cookies or other Non-refrigerated
    • (Homemade or store bought, just nothing that requires refrigeration as space is limited)

What Not to Bring:

Cell phones, Ipods, Electronic Items, Valuables, Jewelry, money (there is nothing to buy).

Contact Information During Camp:

Joe & Kristen Garrett

C/O Berlin Yacht Club

10637 Northview Drive

Berlin Center, OH 44449

Phone 330-987-0822