• Sailing Fundamentals

    Our beginner level courses are designed to insure you get off to a smooth start. First, you will be placed aboard with other students of similar skill and experience levels. Learn more

  • Introduction to Racing

    We will work on boathandling, sail trim and spinnaker handling during the first part of the week and then move on to starting and boat against boat speed and tactical drills. Learn more

  • U.S. Sailing Certifications

    Learning to sail is part dream, part great instruction, and part hands-on experience. All of these come together in the US Sailing Basic Keelboat Certification System. Learn more

Welcome to the 2018 sailing season.

Check out the calendar for some special events planned for this spring.

Annapolis Triple Crown Trophy

 

 Come racing and raise some money!

This year in an effort to support some really great charities, J World and the Chesapeake Boating Club are entering our J 105 Calypso Spell in the triple crown series. The good news is that we are looking for crew. We are offering each event as a course, which will be an evening practice session, the race, crew jersey, entrance into post race celebration. There will be 4 crew spots available for each regatta. The cost of the course is $545, proceeds going to the charity sponsoring each regatta. So if you like to do some big boat racing and raise money for some great charities register now!(when registering please specify which regatta want to participate in).
 

 About Triple Crown Trophy   

The Weems & Plath Triple Crown Trophy for Charity Sailing was created in 2018 to recognize the top sailor and fundraiser for The CRAB Cup, The Leukemia Cup, and The Hospice Cup races.

 

Skippers must compete in all three races in order to be eligible to win the Triple Crown Trophy.  The races are as follows:

 

June 2nd: Annapolis Leukemia Cup Regatta, http://www.leukemiacup.org/events/annapolis-leukemia-cup-regatta

 

August 18th: The CRAB Cup, http://crabsailing.org/fw-event-slug/crab-cup/

 

September 15th: The Hospice Cup, http://www.hospicecup.org

 

The calculation for the winner shall be the order of finish in each race and the amount of funds raised for each race.  The amount of funds raised shall be given a higher multiplier (1.5) in the calculations. 

 

The skipper with best score in the three races and highest fundraising will be awarded the Weems & Plath Triple Crown Trophy for Charity Sailing in October at a public event hosted by the three non-profits and Weems & Plath.  The trophy will be on permanent display in a public venue to be determined.  The winning skipper will receive a “keeper” trophy as well.

 

Register Now

 

Congratulations!!

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Annapolis NOODs award ceremony.

Congratulations to all the J/World coaches for a job well done while sailing with clients in this past weekend’s NOOD regatta. We were pretty well represented across a number of fleets!

Congratulations and thanks to the crews as well

Jeff Jordan–1st place J/80, Dan Wittig–1st  place  J/111, Emily Decker–3rd J/105,

Mike Hobson–5th J/80, Kristen Berry–10th J/80,Ian Moriarity–10th J/70,  Shannon Lockwood–10th J 70,

Dave Manheimer –J/80,  Channing Houston–J/80,   Steve Vincent–J/80.

Click here for Complete results     

Want to race with these guys?

Join us as crew on our J/105  for The Leukemia Cup and Triple Crown charity Race Series.

Featuring these 3 great fundraising races:

Leukemia Cup–>Saturday, June 2nd

Crab Cup–>Saturday, August 18th

Hospice Cup–>Saturday, September 15th

 Learn More!

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