Basic Coastal Cruising
"It is not that life ashore is distasteful to me. But life at sea is better."
― Sir Francis Drake, English Explorer
Already ASA101 Certified?
This is a transition course designed to build upon the skills learned in ASA 101 with the objective of becoming a competent, safe cruising sailor. You will learn to communicate effectively with your crew so that you will soon be able to become the “skipper” of a sloop-rigged auxiliary powered keelboat between 27 feet and 43 feet in length by day in moderate wind and sea conditions.
Basic Coastal Cruising - ASA103
The next step in an American Sailing Association certification, this course provides an introduction to understanding and maintaining a sailboat’s electrical and plumbing systems, the auxiliary engine, sail trim, heaving-to, reefing, anchoring, weather, safety, and seamanship.
Private and Small-Group Classes
Flexible Class Schedule
Only on the island for a limited time?
Our flexible class schedule makes getting ASA Certified in Hawaii the highlight of your stay!