ASA 103 Coastal Cruising
$659 Singles $1,186 Couples
Students, who have already taken ASA101, or students with experience who feel they can challenge ASA101 successfully (See ASA101 Challenge information to right), can take either ASA103 Basic Coastal Cruising, or our combination ASA103 Basic Coastal Cruising/ASA104 Bareboat Cruising class.

ASA103 Basic Coastal Cruising: 2 day, all on the water, live aboard program. ASA103 Basic Coastal Cruising provides training in how to sail to destinations, and the remaining sailing concepts that are not covered in ASA101 are taught, including more on gear and equipment, safety, duties of skipper and crew, seamanship, boat handling, navigation, picking up a mooring ball, crew preparation for dock departure or arrival, docking, anchoring, reefing, heaving to, more knot tying, how to properly coil lines, how it fix winch overrides, how to snub an anchor, and use of sail controls for proper sail trim. Students complete the basic sailing concepts while sailing to an overnight destination like Annapolis, Bodkin Creek, Baltimore, or Galesville and return. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: ASA101 or ASA101 challenge. Price includes on board breakfast and lunches. Sleep on board all nights of the class and the evening before the class begins for free. Also included are the Coastal Cruising Made Easy Textbook by ASA, ASA Test, and ASA Certification. List Price: $732 for singles and $1,317 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $659 for singles and $1,186 for couples.

ASA103 Basic Coastal Cruising/ASA104 Bareboat Cruising combination class: 5 day all on the water live aboard program. Students who have completed ASA101, or students with experience who feel they can challenge ASA101 successfully, can jump start their sailing education by taking our combination ASA103/ASA104 class. Students experience and learn everything shown in the ASA103 and ASA104 class descriptions, while sailing to destinations like Annapolis, Harrington Harbor, St. Michael's, and Galesville. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: ASA101. Price includes everything described in the ASA103 and ASA104 descriptions, and includes 10% discount for taking both classes together and an additional 10% off for couples. Sleep aboard for free all nights of the class and the evening before the class begins. After you complete ASA 101 and know sailing is fun then this combination class allows students to jump in and complete the series to ASA104 in just five days. List Price: $1,784 for singles and $3,211 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $1,605 for singles and $2,890 for couples.

ASA103 Basic Coastal Cruising/104 Bareboat Cruising/118 Docking Combination class: 7 day all on the water live aboard program. Students experience and learn everything shown in the ASA103, ASA104, and ASA118 class descriptions. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: ASA101. Price includes everything described in the ASA103 and ASA104 and ASA118 descriptions, and includes 10% discount for taking classes together and an additional 10% off for couples. Sleep aboard for free all nights of the class and the evening before the class begins. Adding in two days for docking in this combination class will leave you feeling confident for your next charter or sail. List Price: $2,382 for singles and $4,288 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $2,144 for singles and $3,859 for couples.
ASA104 Bareboat Cruising Class: 3 Days all on the water live aboard program where students learn the duties of skipper and crew as they master the sailing, navigation, maintenance, and seamanship skills required in order to safely skipper a 30-45 foot sailboat while sailing to destinations like Annapolis, Galesville, Herrington Harbor, St. Michael's, Bodkin Creek, and others.

Students learn how to perform routine vessel inspection, checking fuel level, filling water tanks, checking batteries and electrical system, learn about navigation lights, instruments and electronics, bilge operation, checking through hulls and seacocks, learn about standing and running rigging, deck hardware, and ground tackle. Learn major engine parts, how to check the oil, inspect for frayed belts, how to start and stop a diesel engine, inspect raw water strainer, see how to use emergency tiller, use of VHF radio, operation of the gimbaled galley stove, connection and disconnection of power cables, effect of prop walk on stern direction, use of dock and spring lines, learn about multiple anchor methods, demonstration of sail controls including halyards, sheets, traveler, boom vang, outhaul, use of jibe preventer, learn to plan a coastal passage from origin to destination, plotting courses, distances, and waypoints, check marine weather forecasts, determine predicted depths using chart data and tide tables, use of chart plotter, pilot a sailboat into an unfamiliar harbor or anchorage, learn to provision a sailboat for a coastal passage, and learn about emergency procedures. Students take over the navigation in our ASA104 classes by making and following a detailed navigation plan including Paper and pencil and navigation chart methods each day. Students take turns being captain so they can demonstrate their ability to control crew and the boat properly and safely.

Based on the above it is no wonder that ASA104 is the certification level that most charter companies look for to prove proficiency to charter and safely handle a similar sized sailboat on your own. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: ASA101 and ASA103. Price includes sleeping on board for free all nights of the class and the evening before the class begins so no hotels are needed. Also includes all on board breakfast and lunches. Included Bareboat Cruising Made Easy Textbook by ASA, ASA Test, and ASA Certification. List Price: $1,250 for singles and $2,250 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $1,125 for singles and $2,025 for couples.


ASA104 Bareboat Cruising/118 Docking Combination Class: 5 day all on the water live aboard program. Students experience and learn everything shown in the ASA104, and ASA118 class descriptions. Prerequisites: ASA101 and ASA103. Price includes everything described in the ASA104 and ASA118 descriptions, and includes 10% discount for taking classes together and an additional 10% off for couples. Sleep aboard for free all nights of the class and the evening before the class begins. Basically this class is ASA104 with two days of docking added in. List Price: $1,724 for singles and $3,103 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $1,552 for singles and $2,793 for couples.
Captain In You Sailing Schools owns and operates the Center for Celestial Navigation. The mission of the Center for Celestial Navigation is to make it easier for students to learn Celestial Navigation so they can enjoy using the Sun, Planets, Moon, and Stars to navigate on the ocean.

Our ASA117 and/or ASA107 course materials are available as digital downloads from the Center for Celestial Navigation website for $25 each. After you complete the test then Delmarva Sailing School will provide your ASA117 and/or ASA107 Certification(s) for free.

Captain Michael Brown has taught ASA117 and ASA107 for over ten years and has over 40,000 nautical miles ocean sailing experience. During this time, he developed course materials for ASA117 and ASA107 and put them into a new book called "Solving the Puzzle of Celestial Navigation".

Our Celestial Navigation materials are suitable for students to learn as home studies and provide a Workshop approach where each concept is described and then an example problem is worked, showing all steps of the process. Work Forms are included for all Celestial Bodies to make it easy.
 
The ASA test is included with the course materials and the student returns the test to us when completed for grading and certification.

Part 1 of the book covers all the subjects in the ASA117 Celestial Navigation Endorsement test.

Parts 1 and Part 2 cover all the subjects in the ASA107 Celestial Navigation Standard test.

ASA117 Celestial Navigation Endorsement- Includes Part 1 of "Solving the Puzzle of Celestial Navigation" E-Book, ASA117 Test, ASA117 Test Data, Work Forms for Local Apparent Noon and Polaris, and Universal Plotting Sheets. Optional Printed Hardcopy of E-book $49.50. Available soon. All digital products are delivered in PDF format. Optional Bound Hard Copy of "Solving the Puzzle of Celestial Navigation" Textbook available for $49.50 including shipping.

ASA107 Celestial Navigation Standard- Includes Part 1 and Part 2 of "Solving the Puzzle of Celestial Navigation" E-Book, Universal Plotting Sheet, ASA107 Celestial Navigation Test, ASA107 Test Instructions, and Work Forms for the Sun, Moon, and Planets, Stars, and Star Finder. All digital products are delivered in PDF format. Rude Star Finder and one DMA 925 Plotting sheet are available for $99.50. Optional Bound Hardcopy of Part 1 and Part 2 of "Solving the Puzzle of Celestial Navigation" Textbooks. $99.50.

Prerequisites: ASA105 Coastal Navigation and Piloting.

Click on the button to visit the Center for Celestial Navigation website to learn more and sign up for ASA117 Celestial Navigation Endorsement and/or ASA107 Celestial Navigation Standard.

"Solving the Puzzle of Celestial Navigation" Textbook also available as digital download or hard bound copy for those who do not seek ASA Certification for $20.
ASA105 Coastal Navigation & Piloting: Home Study only. Learn the navigational skills required to safely navigate a sailing vessel in coastal or inland waters. Includes chart symbols, publications, chart scaling, navigation rules, tide and current tables, List of lights, converting courses between true, magnetic, and compass, hand bearing compass, navigation tools, compass deviation, plotting a dead reckoning course using speed, time, and course to steer, understanding current and leeway and its effect on your estimated position, determining what course to steer taking into account current and leeway, two bearing fix, three bearing fix, estimated position, running fix, danger bearing, characteristics of lighted navigation aids, understanding the buoyage system, and more. Prerequisites: None. Price includes Coastal Navigation and Piloting Textbook by Tom Tursi, Solutions Workbook, DVD, Practice chart, Dividers, and Parallel Rules, Test and chart for test, and ASA105 certification. All our home studies include telephone and email support. If you get stuck we will help you. ASA is allowing us to offer the exam as a take home open book test instead of using a Proctor so whether the student is doing a home study or classroom class, the test is included with the course materials and the student returns it to us when completed for grading. Home study price: $349.
ASA106 Advanced Coastal Cruising: All on the water, live aboard program. ASA106 is our most advanced class on inland and near coastal waters and requires night time sailing, advanced navigation skills, sailing on a watch schedule, use of radar, and many challenging situations in terms of weather, wind and sea conditions. Students learn advanced sailing techniques and seamanship skills. Price includes on board breakfast and lunches. Dinners are eaten in local restaurants if inland. When on the ocean and no restaurant is available then dinner on the boat is included. Also included are slip and mooring fees, The new ASA106 textbook "Advanced Cruising & Seamanship" by Bill Gladstone, ASA Test, and ASA Certification. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: ASA101, ASA103, ASA104, ASA105. Sleep aboard for free all night of the class and the evening before the class begins. A typical class schedule is shown below:

Circumnavigation of Delmarva Peninsula, 430 nautical miles. 7 Days. Students typically take a clockwise approach, sailing from Rock Hall north to the Chesapeake & Delaware canal staying in a slip in Summit. Next students sail up the Delaware River and Delaware Bay to Lewis, DE. Once students leave Lewis they sail continuously for approximately 150 nautical miles south 4-20 miles along the Atlantic Ocean coast until they round Cape Charles. Students then reenter the Chesapeake Bay and head north back to Rock Hall, MD. Stops in the Chesapeake Bay depend on wind and crew capabilities and desires but usually include Solomonís Island, Reedville, Herrington Harbor South, and others.

Our 106 class is an awesome class which takes students to a higher level. Much time is given to understanding failure analysis and what to do when things go wrong. 106 students should be prepared for long days of sailing as we log many miles each day in order to complete this 430 nautical mile journey. Learning to sail at night around ships and interpretation of navigation aids and weather analysis are all included.

List Price: $2,299 for singles and $4,138 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $2,069 for singles and $3.724 for couples.
ASA 103/ASA104 Combination
ASA103/104/118 Combination
ASA 108 Ocean Passage
ASA108 Ocean Passage Making Class: In ASA108 students learn the skills required to safely sail offshore for an extended period. ASA108 provides students with an understanding of yacht preparation for ocean sailing, course planning, working a watch schedule, use of celestial navigation, weather analysis, storm avoidance, heavy weather sailing techniques including use of drogue and storm jib, use of radar, techniques for crossing the Gulf Stream, and other elements involved in ocean passage making. Our ASA108 classes are conducted while we are on real passages, so students experience the real deal. All classes taught by an ASA certified and USCG ocean master licensed captain and highly experienced ocean sailor. Destinations and times change each year. After running ocean passages for ten years we are taking break. We may offer ASA108 Ocean Passage Making classes again in the future and if so we will post the destinations here.
ASA118 Docking Endorsement: 2 Day all on the water docking class. Learn to get that big boat into a little slip. Our ASA118 docking class is unique because we teach docking on a larger 39 foot sailboat compared to most other schools, who typically utilize a 30-32 foot sailboat. Learning to dock a 39 foot sailboat is much harder than docking a smaller sailboat and more realistic preparation making our docking class the finest docking class available anywhere. On day one docking students learn how to steer in tight quarters in both a forward and aft direction, how to stop the boat under power in both directions, and how to do a standing turn in tight quarters. Then students learn to pull up alongside a dock, simulating a fuel dock approach. You will learn how to use warp lines to turn the boat using pilings. The rest of day one is spend learning to go bow in and stern into the slip. By the time you finish up on day one you are backing into a slip with other boats in close quarters. On day two we focus on practicing what we learned on day one by students taking turns docking and undocking the boat throughout the day. Finally the class ends with a written test and certification. Class taught in Rock Hall, MD at Haven Harbor South marina. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: ASA101. We suggest you bring your entire crew since line handling is as important as maneuvers at the helm when docking. Price includes ASA Docking Techniques for Single Engine Boats booklet by Tom Tursi, ASA Test, and ASA Certification. No meals included but students can sleep on the boat the evening prior to their class start date and the evening of day one. By the time you complete our ASA118 docking class you will feel like you finally have it and know how to dock a 40 foot sailboat. List Price: $665 for singles and $1,197 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $599 for singles and $1,078 for couples.

See above ASA104 class description to see how you could combine a ASA118 Docking Class with ASA104 Baseboat Cruising or a combination ASA103 Basic Coastal Cruising Class and ASA104 Bareboat Cruising Class with a ASA118 docking class and save 10%.
ASA118 Docking
Endorsement
Tipping:

Tipping is not required but if your captain does a great job you may want to give a tip. Please also complete the evaluation form you will receive from ASA, after your class is over.
ASA 101 Challenge-

Students with significant experience are welcome to challenge ASA101 and sign up for an ASA103 or ASA103/ASA104 Combination class. Challenging ASA101 requires the student to pass the ASA101 written test with an 80%, and demonstrate the on-the-water skills required for the ASA101 standard. Although a separate on-the-water test can be arranged, demonstrating the on-the-water skills typically happens while the student takes an ASA103 or ASA103/ASA104 Combination class. Price: $225. Price includes Sailing Made Easy Textbook, ASA 3 month Membership, ASA logbook, ASA Test, and ASA 101 Certification.
Private Instruction is available for $1,150/day with or without ASA Certification. Please visit Private Class Prices Page to learn more about Private Sailing Classes.

Delmarva Sailing School

Group Class Descriptions and Prices:

Complete the fun and challenging series of ASA sailing courses and become a competent sailboat captain. Each course includes thorough training to ASA and Delmarva Sailing School's high standards. We offer a 10% discount if you sign up for more than one class and an additional 10% off is available for couples. For Limited Time Only, additional 10% Sale is being offered on all on the water sailing classes. Sale ends May 31, 2024.
Beginning students should start with our two day ASA101 Basic Keelboat Sailing class. ASA101 Basic Keelboat Sailing is a beginner level sailing class which is taught all on the water. Although ASA101 classes generally go from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, since students live aboard our sailboat, they are totally immersed in learning to sail even after the class day is over. Students learn all they need to get started sailing, including sailing vocabulary, principles of sailing, how to rig/hoist/set sails safely and correctly to obtain proper sail trim using halyards, outhaul, boom vang, mainsheet, jib sheets, winches, and traveler. Also learn to steer both under engine and sail, learn to come about and jibe properly, learn about safety equipment, proper commands at the helm, crew overboard recovery, learn to head up and bear away, sail on various points of sail including close hauled, close reach, beam reach, and broad reach, and much more.

Students sail in a beautiful area between Rock Hall and the Annapolis Bay Bridge. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: None. Price includes 'Sailing Made Easy' textbook by ASA, ASA 3 month membership, ASA Test, ASA log book, ASA Certification, on board breakfasts and lunches, and no additional charge for staying on board the evening prior to their class start date and the days of the class. This class gives students a chance to see if sailing is for them and gives them the foundation for continuing on to take more advanced classes. List Price: $732 for singles and $1,317 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $659 for singles and $1,186 for couples.

ASA101/103 Combination: 4 day all on the water live aboard program. Students experience and learn everything shown in the ASA101 description above and in the ASA103 description below. The ASA101/103 combination class teaches students all of the major sailing concepts and gives them the experience of sailing to an overnight destination. Once students learn enough in ASA101 to be able to sail on a basic level, they use their new sailing skills in ASA103 to sail to an over night destination like Annapolis, Bodkin Creek, Baltimore, or Galesville. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. This combination class not only teaches the basics but gives students a chance to use what they have learned by sailing to a destination and staying for the night. Prerequisites: None. Includes everything described in the ASA101 and ASA103 descriptions. List Price: $1,318 for singles and $2,372 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $1,186 for singles and $2,135 for couples.

ASA101/103/104 Combination: 7 day, all on the water, live aboard program. Students experience and learn everything listed in the individual descriptions for ASA101, ASA103, and ASA104. Pricing includes everything described in the ASA101, ASA103, and ASA104 descriptions and 10% discount for taking all three classes in combination and additional 10% off for couples. Class size: 3-4 typically with maximum of five students allowed. Prerequisites: None. Prices includes everything described in the ASA101, ASA103, and ASA104 descriptions. Sign up for this combination class and go from beginner to competent sailor in a week. List Price: $2,443 for singles and $4,397 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $2,199 for singles and $3,957 for couples.
ASA101/103 Combination
ASA101/103/104 Combination
Couples are defined as two students who share the same berth. The 10% couples discount does not apply to two or more students who sign up together but do not sleep in the same berth.
ASA101 Basic Keelboat Class
$659 Singles $1,186 Couples
ASA 105 Coastal Navigation
ASA 117 Celestial Navigation Endorsement- $25.
ASA 107 Celestial Navigation- $25.
In ASA101, ASA103, ASA104, and ASA106 classes students eat all or nearly all breakfasts and lunches on board. Dinners are eaten off of the boat in local restaurants unless there is no restaurant available. In the event that our boat stays overnight at anchor or on a mooring ball where local shore-based dinner is unavailable, dinner will be planned, provisioned and provided by the school. Students are responsible for purchase of any meals in local restaurants.
Give the Sailor in your life a Sailing Class for Christmas, birthdays, Father's Day, Valentine's Day, etc. We will mail out the course materials in a box suitable for wrapping. After your loved one receives their present, they can contact us to schedule their class. ASA101 classes make good presents for those who have never sailed. ASA105 and ASA118 make good classes for those who are already able to sail.
Home Studies: ASA105, ASA117, ASA107, and ASA119 are offered as home study. All our home studies include telephone and email support. If you get stuck we will help you.
ASA104 Bareboat Cruising
$1,125 Singles $2,025 Couples
ASA119 Marine Weather Endorsement is available as home study only and is for those who want to understand the proper use of weather information in planning and adapting navigation during voyages. Course includes a description of basic weather concepts, pressure and wind, global winds and currents, strong wind systems, clouds fog and sea state, wind and terrain, weather maps, sources of marine weather, on board forecasting and tactics, and southern hemisphere weather. Prerequisites: None. Price includes ASA Marine Weather Textbook, Solutions Workbook, Marine Weather PowerPoint Presentation, Test, and ASA119 certification. All our home studies include telephone and email support. If you get stuck we will help you. Since Covid crisis, ASA is allowing us to offer the exam as a take home open book test instead of using a Proctor so the test is included with the course materials and the student returns it to us when completed for grading. Price: $349 for home study.
ASA 119 Marine Weather
ASA106 Advanced Coastal Cruising
ASA104/ASA118 Combination
ASA116 Dinghy & Outboard Endorsement
ASA116 Dinghy and Outboard Endorsement: 1 Day on the water Dinghy and Outboard Engine class. Learn to safely operate a dinghy with an outboard motor in a variety of environments, including operating from and to a dock and the Haven Harbour Marina white sand beach. Learn basic terminology for a dinghy and outboard engine, safety gear and procedures, how to tow a dinghy, dinghy care and maintenance, dinghy operation and maneuvering in straight line and figure eight, beach and dock landings and departures, dinghy anchoring, and knot tying. Learn outboard engine operating procedures including start procedures, checking fuel supply, checking fuel hose connections, fuel tank air vent, priming bulb, choke, start cord, stop button/kill switch, and gear shifting, stopping, and throttle in reverse and forward. Class taught in Rock Hall, MD at Haven Harbor South marina. Class size: 2-3 students. Prerequisites: None. Price includes ASA Going Ashore Made Easy Textbook, ASA Test, ASA Certification, and sleep aboard for free on one of our 39 foot Pearson sloops the evening before the class begins. Class Time 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Combine the ASA118 docking class with our ASA116 Dinghy and Outboard Endorsement and you will be allset to either dock in a slip or dinghy into shore while your sailboat is at anchor or on a mooring ball. List Price: $445/student. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $399/student.
ASA102 Keelboat 2 Sailing: Although ASA102 is numerically between ASA101 and ASA103, ASA102 Keelboat 2 is not a prerequisite for ASA103 or any higher ASA Sailing Classes, and may be taken even by students who have already completed ASA103 and ASA104 on the water sailing classes. ASA102 Keelboat 2 is a sailtrim class and is for students who want to focus on improving and perfecting their sailing skills over a two day period. Great emphasis is put on understanding angle of attack, sail shape, and twist in order to achieve proper sail trim when close hauled, reaching, or running, and how to use sail controls including main sheet, jib sheet, genoa track cars, halyard tension, traveler, outhaul, boom vang and leech line in both upwind and downwind sailing. Also learn how to use sail trim to steer up wind and downwind without use of the rudder, how to properly steer and trim sails when ducking around objects on the water, how to use the Slow and Go technique to approach a mooring under sail, and how to apply an air brake to stop. Demonstrate Figure eight and Quick Stop Man Overboard Recovery and Heaving-to. Class size: 2-5 students. Prerequisites: ASA101. Price includes Keelboat 2 textbook by ASA, ASA Test, ASA102 Certification and on board breakfasts and lunches, and no additional charge for staying on board the evening prior to their class start date and the days of the class. List Price: $732 for singles and $1,317 for couples. Sale price including all applicable discounts and Limited Time Only sale: $659 for singles and $1,186 for couples. ASA102 is not available as a combination class.
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Classroom Classes: ASA105, ASA107 are available in a classroom by request only. Minimum 3 students required. $499 per student including the course materials, ASA test, ASA certification, and use of our meeting room located in Warminster, PA. Also available at your location for same price per student plus travel expenses.
The normal progression for most students is to take ASA101 followed by ASA103. ASA102 is a sail trim class that can be taken anytime after taking ASA101. Since ASA102 is in between ASA101 and ASA103 it can be confusing to new students who might think they have to take ASA102 before proceeding to ASA103.
Additional 10% off all on the water Sailing Classes. Limited Time Only. Sale ends May 31, 2024.
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ASA102 Keelboat 2 Class
$659 Singles $1,186 Couples
The safety of our students is of paramount importance to us. All students must wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) which we provide for free and part of each class is learing to use the on-board safety equipment. We have never had a safety related incident in any of our classes since we began operations in 2008.
Delmarva Sailing School teaches our students to both American Sailing Association and Delmarva Sailing School high standards. This includes all on-the-water sailing skills and knowledge requirements of ASA. Please visit the ASA certification description page to see a written description of the requirements for all ASA classes at https://asa.com/certifications/. Delmarva Sailing School meets or exceeds all of these requirements.
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