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Youth sailing classes continue in July and August

Students practice sailing during the T.S.S. Youth Sailing classes last summer. One-week sessions will continue in July and August this summer.

Tampa Sailing Squadron

Students practice sailing during the T.S.S. Youth Sailing classes last summer. One-week sessions will continue in July and August this summer.

APOLLO BEACH — T.S.S. Youth Sailing classes continue this month at the Tampa Sailing Squadron, 1250 Apollo Beach Blvd. The classes are open to children ages 7 to 17.

Space is still available in the sessions running July 15-19, July 22-26 and July 29-Aug. 2. These classes are recommended for intermediate to advanced sailors. Classes will review the basics of sailing, but the focus will be on improving skills.

Space is also available in the Aug. 5-9 class. This class is open to all experience levels. The classes focus on having fun, improving skills and preparing for an end-of-season regatta.

Classes run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, with a half-hour break for lunch. Students should bring their own lunches. The cost is $250 per week, with discounts available for families with more than one child enrolling.

For online registration, visit tssyouthsailing.org. For information, call Susan Bishop at (813) 956-1642.

Youth sailing classes continue in July and August 07/04/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 2, 2013 3:42pm]
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