Private Sailing Lesson In Jacksonville, Florida
Enjoy Private Sailing lesson in Jacksonville, Florida aboard 25 feet Capri Sailing Yacht for as low as $39 per person. Rates: Single Student • Per hour: $39 • 12 hour: $468 Two Students • Per hour: $29 per person • 12 hour: $696 Includes • three hour private lesson What You Can Expect: Our students become much better sailors on the water, because we care about individual differences in learning styles and hands-on customization to the learning material. No rigid structures that make you uncomfortable or rush you when you're nervous about being on a boat. You will be learning on a beautiful, well-maintained stable in the water, Capri 25 foot sailing yacht that is much better than a Summer Camp tiny sailboat
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 6 guests
- Cruising Monohull
I am excited to be a part of the GetMyBoat movement in making boats more accessible and affordable to others. I hope to get out on the water more and help boating grow.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Wheel steering
- Furling Headsail
- Furling Mainsail
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Frequently Asked Questions: Do I need a license to sail a boat or drive a boat on the water in any location? The answer is No. Nowhere in the US is it required to have any certification or training to own or sail or operate a boat. Anybody can jump on a boat, even a child, and attempt to sail it without any organization overseeing them. So why is there any certification offered? To extra assure the boat charter company from inexperienced boaters. There are plenty of people who have never been to a school and took some sailing at Summer camp or learned on a friend’s or family member’s boat or their own boat, and they are fine sailors that are allowed to operate a boat for pleasure sailing, as long as it’s not a business. Wow, so these schools that make it like you must have Certification are totally intimidating the student, making them think it’s required like a pilot’s license or something? Yes. Does it matter if I learn on a sailboat with no engine, or choose to go with a sailing yacht that has an engine for backup power? In case the wind stops or if you encounter a storm, learning on a sailboat with an engine is a must because it’s the only thing that will get you to safety. Many schools use small sailboats with no engine to save money, and you the student may suffer as a result. We only use sailing yachts with an engine because we care about your experience. Why do so many schools put everybody through a course that only covers a set limited curriculum, when different students learn at different speeds and have different learning abilities? Because they make more money by putting everybody at the same speed regardless of if you’re an A student or you have learning disabilities. With us, if you’re a fast learner, you can gain the equivalent of a couple or a few courses in our 12 hours of learning because we adapt the information to you personally.