Typical Camp Schedule
This is our typical schedule but the ever-changing Outer Banks weather creates updates along the way. Our first goal is to keep the campers safe and having fun while spending as much time on the water as possible. Weather depending, we definitely shift schedules around to maximize our time on the water.
Food & Drink
Students should plan to bring lunch and a snack. We will provide cold water on site. All lunches and snacks should be peanut free. Let us know if there are any other allergy concerns. We offer a cooler or refrigerator for storage of lunches and/or drinks. On our last day of camp we typically have a ‘fun’ awards ceremony with drinks and snacks for the kids.
Sun & Safety:
Our students safety and comfort is our primary concern. We require that all kids know how to swim. We ask that each student comes prepared with a hat, sunscreen (already applied as well as extra for re-application), sun shirts, water shoes and a water bottle (We will provide a Nalgene water bottle to each camper and they can keep them after camp is over).
|8:45-9:00am||Students arrive and check in|
|9:00-9:15am||Review the sailing skills learned the previous day|
|9:15-9:30am||Review the new sailing skills for the morning session|
|9:30-9:45am||Rig and Prep Boats for the days sailing|
|9:45-10:00am||Quick snack and prep for being on the water|
|10:00-11:30am||Morning water session|
|11:30-12:30pm||Lunch break while reviewing the morning’s sailing|
|12:30-12:45pm||Review the sailing skills for the afternoon session|
|12:45-1:00pm||Get boats ready and prep for being on the water|
|1:00-2:30pm||Afternoon water session|
|2:30-3:00pm||De-Rig boats and review skills learned today and preview the next exciting day.|
Parents are welcome to come and watch these sessions at any time. We have a comfortable area for families to sit and watch the kids sail. We are happy to talk to parents about the program at anytime and help answer any questions.