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We know you all have been missing sailing with us and we are so glad to see you again for sailing and socials. We bayer gladbach currently navigating unchartered waters, for an update regarding the impact of Covid-19 on Hoofers, the Director of Outdoor UW, Joe Webb has put together the following message. Instructional topics will include boat vocabulary, basic sailing principles, knots, and rigging (setting up) both types of boat.

Students will not be in boats n i h this lesson and are welcome to wear regular clothes instead of sailing clothes. Location: This lesson will meet under the yellow canopy next to the lake lab. If you are unable to find your instructor, or if there is inclement weather, please check in with the Outdoor UW Office.

Event Information: This three hour lesson will focus on refinement of skills learned in the Intro to Badger Sloop Sailing lesson. Students will have the chance to further n i h rigging, boat handling, landing and crew overboard procedures. This lesson will take place predominantly on the water. Prerequisites: Completion of n i h Intro to Badger Sloop Sailing Lesson.

Please review the Badger Sloop Manual prior to this lesson. Students who take this lesson will be working toward earning their Sloop Light rating. The Sloop fleet uses a series of skill check-off ratings (Rigging, Crew Zyloprim (Allopurinol)- Multum, Landing, Boat Handling) to n i h keep track of proficiency.

Once all of the check-off ratings have been earned by a student, they will be issued a Badger Sloop N i h rating. It may take several lessons to achieve proficiency in the skills that constitute the rating. Ratings are issued at n i h discretion of the Instructor. Event Information: This three hour lesson will review the topics e 7 the Intro to Dinghy Sailing lesson and focus on the rigging and sailing of the RS Zest.

Students should expect to spend time on the water during this lesson and dress accordingly. Most students take this course once active la roche twice before moving on to the Learner Dinghy Practical.

Students who take this lesson will be working toward earning their Zest Light rating. Event Information: This three hour lesson will introduce you to the basics of windsurfing and the equipment you will use during your windsurfing lessons. Instructional topics will include safety, board terminology, wind theory, simulator work and rigging and derigging of equipment. Sailing experience is not necessary, but will be useful. Please be prepared to n i h time on the water if time aptitude tests. Students who take this lesson will gain an understanding of introductory windsurfing sailing.

Event Information: Spray is a 30ft classic cruising yacht that has sailed the great lakes before coming to Hoofers in 2003. Lessons on Spray focus n i h cruising and general sailing skills including care and use of the inboard diesel engine, sailing with a roller furler jib, and ensuring the crew has a safe and enjoyable sail. Please bring your rating progress form for check off after the lesson. If you have areas you would like to focus on, n i h let your instructor know.

You n i h find the progress forms and other instructional material at hoofersailing. Suggested reading is U. Sailing Basic Keelboat, Basic Cruising, Bareboat Cruising, available n i h the Outdoor Programs Office.

They are the largest boats in the hoofer fleet and have raced on the Great Lakes. Lessons will focus on basic seamanship as well as learning racing skills such as sailing under spinnaker, fine tuning sail trim, reading the wind and geometry of a course and timing a start. Event Information: Want to learn to sail. Our Ground School lesson is an introductory and informational course about the Hoofer Sailing Club and all it has to offer.

N i h membership is required to sign up for this course, though one can be purchased afterwards for access to all lessons. About the Club: The Hoofer Sailing Club, established in 1939, is a collection of students and community members working together to maintain a fleet of boats for recreational and competitive sailing.

The Hoofer Sailing Club is an association of individuals working n i h to maintain a fleet n i h boats for recreational and competitive sailing, and to offer a top-notch instruction program.

More information can be found online here. Location: This Lesson will occur virtually through the Zoom platform. Members signed up for this event will receive an email from the lessons site on the day of n i h presentation containing a link and password for joining the meeting.

Please keep n i h eye out for it. Using Zoom is free. You do not need to install the app or create a Zoom account, but doing so may result in a better user experience. Students who attend this lesson will earn their Ground School Attendance rating, which opens access to other sailing lessons. Event Information: This three hour for adults will focus n i h refinement of skills specific to the J24 and the knowledge gained in Intro to Keelboat.

Students who take this lesson will be working toward earning their J24 Light rating. The Keelboat fleet uses a J-Fleet sign off sheet for earning ratings to help keep track of proficiency. Once the student has filled out a J-Fleet sign n i h sheet, they will be eligible to earn a J24 Light rating. It will take several lessons to achieve proficiency in the skills that constitute the rating. Event Information: This three hour lesson will review the topics of the Intro to Dinghy Sailing lesson and focus on the rigging and sailing of the Badger Tech.

Students who take this lesson will be working toward earning their Tech Light rating. Event Information: This three and a half hour lesson will review n i h topics of the Advanced Dinghy N i h lesson and focus on the rigging, boat handling, landing, and capsizing procedures of n i h Laser.

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