The Hoboken Sailing Club’s first and foremost responsibility is for the safety of our members, students, and general public.
The following protocols have been implemented for the remainder of the 2020 sailing season so we can meet that goal.

  • Boats will be thoroughly disinfected before and after a voyage. Special attention will be given to the cockpit which is where most members sit while operating the vessel.
  • We have increased our fleet by three vessels for a total of nine vessels. This will allow for smaller crew size if the member while still allowing multiple members to enjoy the benefits the club has to offer. Please refer to page 3 for a breakdown of the fleet.
  • Membership rates have been reduced due to the delayed opening of the season. Please refer to page 3 for updated rate information.
  • All CDC guidelines, as well as state and federal protocols will be followed. We are excited to have a safe and productive start to the season.With that, please continue reading for answers to many of your questions. Stay safe and we will see you on the water!
May 22, 2020

COVID-19 Safety Protocols and Club Changes

The Hoboken Sailing Club’s first and foremost responsibility is for the safety of our members, students, and general public. The following protocols have been implemented for […]
June 12, 2019

How much do 2019 Hoboken Sailing School Courses Cost?

Basic Keel Boat: $500 per person Cost includes study materials and certification Performance and Spinnaker Sailing $1,000 per person for the course Cost includes study materials […]
June 12, 2019

How long is the course?

Basic Keel Boat: The course is 18 hours over a two-day period along with an online practical to be completed prior to your first day. During […]
June 12, 2019

When are the courses offered?

Basic Keel Boat Courses are typically held on Saturdays and Sundays, then again on weekdays based upon availability. Course schedule is subject to change. Please contact […]