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Camp Terrier  Sailing

Ages 9 – 13

Let your child experience all the fun and adventure of sailing this summer! Campers who select the Sailing interest will spend the majority of each afternoon on the Charles River learning to sail. They will learn knots used in sailing, how to rig a boat, points of sail, and boating safety, and spend time learning sailing technique.

Note: In order to participate, campers must be at a level 4 swimming status as recommended by the American Red Cross Standards and as evaluated by our Aquatics staff.

A typical day:

8:30 – 9 am Drop Off/Group Activities
9 – 10:15  am Group Activities – Court Sports, Team Sports
10:30 – 11:15 am Instructional Swim
11:15 – 12 pm Rock Climbing
12 – 12:45 pm Lunch
12:45 – 1:15 pm Outside Activity
1:15 – 4 pm Sailing
4 – 5 pm Open Swim
5 – 5:30 pm Group Activities/Pick Up

NY-BCNStan is a Boston University alumnus who graduated in 1999.  He began sailing at the age of four, and spent his childhood summers living on a sailboat.  Stan has won nine major sailing championships, including the collegiate national championship, and he is the holder of a trans-Atlantic sailing record.  When not at work, Stan enjoys spending time swimming and sailing with his three year old daughter.

As a BU sailor, Stan was a tenacious competitor, national champion, All American and Collegiate Sportsman of the Year. Since his BU sailing days, Stan has made a career out of his passion; sailing professionally, coaching and working in the boating industry. Stan holds the sailing speed record in the New York to Barcelona Transoceanic Sailing Race His professional sailing resume includes a wide variety of sailing campaigns. He was on the Tommy Hilfiger Sailing Team on the Extreme 40 Grand Prix circuit from 2005-2008. Stan was selected to the U.S. Olympic Team in 2004 in the Tornado discipline, and was a member of the US Sailing Team from 2002-2004. Stan has also served as a coach for several collegiate and Olympic sailing teams.

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