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W 26th & 12th Ave Pier 66
At Hudson River Greenway
New York, New York 10001 (Map)
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- Class Level: All levels
- Age Requirements: 18 and older
- Average Class Size: 7
What you'll learn in this sailing lesson:
Students attending this class will feel the warm breeze in their hair and be awed by the brilliant colors of an NYC sunset as it sets behind the hills of New Jersey.
Watch the city wind down from a new perspective. This can be a mini-lesson for those looking to learn or a relaxing way to kick back and relax its up to you. There is no better way to relax than skimming along the smooth water on a graceful and quiet sailboat at sunset.
Refund & Cancellation PolicyFor all lessons, not including City Sail:
To reschedule a lesson with more than 48 hours forenotice, there's a $25 late rescheduling fee. Lessons rescheduled within 48 hours of the lesson time will incur a fee equal to the price of the lesson. Full refunds are only given in extreme cases on a case by case basis.
City Sail Cancellation and Rescheduling:
- Rescheduling - A session may be rescheduled prior to 14 days before the start date of the session for a $25 fee per child per session.
- Cancellation - A session may be cancelled and full refund received prior to 30 days before the start date of the session.
- Only HRCS can cancel a lesson for weather-related reasons.
- If a lesson is cancelled, HRCS will contact the participants using phone/email in order to notify them and reschedule the lesson.
- Lessons are cancelled if the conditions are deemed unsafe by HRCS. Examples of these conditions are imminent lightning/thunder that will hit our sailing area and winds sustained at 20 knots with gusts above that speed. Rain, cloudiness, and uncomfortable temperatures do not constitute unsafe conditions unless deemed so by an HRCS representative - dress appropriately!
Due to limited staff availability there will be no make-ups offered and no price pro-rating.
Teacher: HRCS Sailing Educators
Andrew Zuber - Youth Educator
Andrew moved from Rochester NY to come teach for HRCS. As a core instructor, his primary assignment is teaching for Sail Academy and City Sail. Andrew brings a host of skills, and most recently worked for Haarstick Sailmakers. He has taught and coached sailing in Rochester and Annapolis, and graduated from the College of Charleston.
Maeve Gately - Sailing Educator
Maeve Gately grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, where she learned to sail on the Chesapeake Bay and worked as an instructor for the Kidship program at the Annapolis Sailing School. She graduated from Hamilton College in 2012 and moved to New York, where she has worked for a Chelsea newspaper and a nonprofit that brings arts programs to NYC public schools. She is excited to join HRCS while pursuing her Master’s in Journalism at Columbia University.
Jerry Tullo - Youth Educator
Jerry learned to sail at the New Jersey Shore when he was seven years old and has been sailing ever since. During his teenage years he was constantly on the move, traveling to compete in Laser, 420, and Multihull regattas in the US and abroad. He began teaching and coaching sailing in his early teens and has continued this passion to this day. During college, while receiving his degree in biology, he began sailing larger boats over longer distances.
Charlotte Matthews - Sailing Educator
Charlotte grew up on Staten Island and realized her passion for sailing at an early age. She began sailing on her family’s boat, their 31 ft yawl “Hermitage.” During the summer months, Charlotte’s family spent many weeks aboard Hermitage cruising the Northeastern seaboard and racing out of their local yacht club. As a child, Charlotte became involved in racing various types of boats and later began as an instructor at a local yacht club and, after two years, became the head instructor and director of the junior sailing program.
Todd Vorenkamp - Sailing Educator
Todd Vorenkamp, a graduate of the US Merchant Marine Academy, is a former naval aviator who has served as an aircraft commander in the Boeing H-46, Sikorsky H-3 and H-60, and Eurocopter H-65 helicopters. He is a licensed merchant marine officer and has been captaining cruising and racing sailboats for almost 30 years. He has completed three Bermuda Races and has raced on both US Coasts, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean. Todd also is a freelance writer and photographer and has a Masters of Fine Arts Degree in Photography from the Academy of Art University.
Christin Ripley - Sailing Educator
Christin grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida sailing dinghies. She originally moved to NYC to study and now holds a BFA in visual art from Cooper Union. She holds a 100 Ton Inland USCG Masters License, US Sailing Level 1 and Basic Keelboat Instructor Certificates. She has crewed in offshore transits on private vessels and tallships in the Caribbean, Eastern seaboard and Great Lakes. When not working at HRCS, Christin is crew on the Schooner Pioneer at South Street Seaport, sailing ICs in western long island sound and making art and signs.
Denise Meagher - Adult Sailing Educator
Denise became involved with HRCS in 2011 when she joined as a member. She began her sailing career in 1998 on traditionally-rigged vessels (Tall Ships) as a volunteer, eventually left her career as a biochemist and ran away to sea. She now holds a USCG 500 Ton Ocean Master’s license. Denise is also the captain of the Schooner Unicorn, the only all-female crewed tall ship in the world.
Andreas Pejovic - Youth Sailing Educator
Andreas grew up in Irondequoit, NY on the shores of Lake Ontario. His first experience sailing was at the YMCA affiliated Camp Cory on Keuka Lake, where he was instructed by the HRCS Program Director, Alex Baum. He credits summer camp and relationships developed while sailing as fundamental to the person he is today. After graduating high school he moved to New York City to pursue the arts. He currently attends Hunter College on the Upper East Side of Manhattan where he is in his Junior year.
Kelly Dunn - Sailing Educator
Kelly grew up sailing on the Great South Bay of Long Island and attended Roger Williams University where she was in the varsity sailing team. Kelly has coached varsity high school sailing and has coached at various sailing organizations throughout the northeast. Kelly is in her second summer with HRCS, after having taken the fall off to finish up her degree in History Secondary Education at Stony Brook University.
Zachary Martellucci - Youth Educator
Zachary Martellucci has been a sailing instructor at East Chop Sailing School in Martha’s Vineyard for the past 6 summers, while studying Environmental Science, Spanish, and Politics at NYU where he is graduating next month. His studies have allowed him to study in Spain and conduct research in Costa Rica, and he currently leads “unconventional tours” at the Museum of Natural History.
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School: Hudson River Community Sailing
Founded in 2007 to serve the urban community, we partner with public middle and high schools to offer credit bearing academic programs, internships, mentoring, and college readiness. Our youth development platform uses sailing, boat operation, and boat building to further academic skills and instill...
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