Sailing Classes

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Norton’s Sailing School

Classes & ASA Certifications

Intro to Sailing is a private sail for 1-6 people that allows you to get out and experience the Bay for 4-10 hours with a captain. During this time, you can do as much or as little work as you’d like. Intro to Sailing does not result in any Certifications, but it allows you to get out and test the waters while enjoying a fun sail.
4 Hour (min.) 6 Hour 8 Hour 10 Hour (max)
$400 $600 $800 $1000

*Prices above are for 1-4 people. An additional $100 is added for each additional person up to a maximum of 6 people.


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 ASA 101/103 – Combo Course

By Far our most popular course,

Combo ASA 101 & 103 allows the

sailor to be certified in two areas in 4 days.

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ASA 104 – Bareboat Chartering

This is an ADVANCED cruising standard

for skipper & crew on a 30′ to 50′ boat

sailing by day in coastal waters.

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ASA 105 – Coastal Navigation

This comprehensive course will enable

the sailor or power-boater to safely

navigate a vessel in coastal or inland waters.

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ASA 118 – Docking Endorsement

This course further develops basic docking skills,

developing techniques for handling single engine

sailboats in tight quarters as well as methods

of securing sailboats to docks in a variety of conditions.

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ASA 101,103,104 – Basic to Bareboat
$3,600 for 2 Adults

This course allows the sailor to earn

3 certifications in just 5 days!

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ASA 106 – Advanced Coastal Cruising

Not your typical 106 course! Norton Yachts prefers to teach

this course over 5 days in coastal and inland waters, sailing

day and night in all kinds of weather.

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ASA 119 – Weather Endorsement

Understand and demonstrate the proper use of weather

information in planning and adapting navigation

during local and passage-making voyages.

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