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Come Sail with us!

What do we do?​

We offer free after school programs that combine sailing with science, using activities developed by US Sailing.  Typical programs are two afternoons a week for four weeks plus a Saturday Session.

What is S.T.E.M.?​

S.T.E.M. is a curriculum designed to educate students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.  STEMsail seeks to reinforce these concepts utilizing sailing as a practical platform for learning with a special emphasis on sustainability and an awareness of our marine environment.


Why STEMsail?
We introduce you to the world of sailing – to get outside, to begin to understand and become curious about the world, to become self-reliant and at the same time to operate as a team – in essence, sailing develops character in so many ways.  Learning is more effective when it’s fun.

Sign-Up for STEMsail's May 2024 session!

The next STEMsail session is planned for Tuesdays and Thursdays (4-6pm) in May, starting May 7 and ending on May 30 for a total of eight sessions.  There is also an incentive sail on the Derek M Baylis, a 65 foot sailing research vessel, scheduled for Saturday, June 1 where parents are invited.  We have room for 12 students and applications are being accepted from schools and individuals. If you or your school is interested, connect with us using the phone or email at the bottom of the page, or see the contact page.  Cost of the program is free but we do insist that you attend ALL scheduled sessions.  Please do not delay - we have a limited class size and the class roster and wait list will be filled in the order registrations are received.

If you have any questions, please call Wayne at 415-847-2865 or Dave at 303-641-6223.  Two forms need to be filled out and returned in order to register for our May class:


stemsail waiver

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