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.. Our learn to sail class was the best time we have ever had! 0 --Mary Odett , client  
 
 
 
I can't say enough good things about learning to sail at  the sailing school. Being a complete rookie to the sport of sailing, I really appreciated the way my instructor Jim Ouellette seasoned his sailing lessons with a great deal of friendliness and patience, not to mention his extensive knowledge of the sport. Sailing is a blast! - And I'm forever hooked!   
  --Grant Hoofnagle, client   
 
Who We Are:    

Sail Marblehead Inc. is a commuting based sailing & wooden boat building school dedicated to promoting the lost art of boat building, sailing education and environmental awareness. Class levels are offered from learn-to-sail, intermediate, and advanced preparation for bareboat sailing charters. Our facilities are located on the waterfront in picturesque Marblehead in the summer and Tortola, B.V.I. in the winter months. 

 
What We Offer:   
  • Crewed Sailboat Charters
  • Adult Sailing Classes 
  • Sailing For Children 
  • Wooden Boat Building Classes 
  • Racing Instruction
 
Team Sail Marblehead, S.M.I. also has a racing team consisting of instructors and past students.  They compete locally, nationally and internationally.  Some of their past accomplishments have been: first place in the 2002 Columbus Cup Regatta, first place in the 2001 Boston Yacht Club Frostbiting   third series, third place in the National Offshore One Design, and a sixth place finish at the 2001 Sonar World Championships. 
 
 
Friends Of Sail Marblehead   The mission of Friends of Sail Marblehead is for a group of dedicated volunteers to assist Sail Marblehead, a not-for-profit organization, in acheiving it's goal of providing training and education in sailing, seamanship and boating safety in one of the icest areas for sailing in the United States.
 

Office 1-781- 631-6526 -•- Fax: 1-781-639-1535  
 
 

 
 
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