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Sail Buzzards Bay
101 Main Street,
Fairhaven, MA 02719
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Ahoy! Learn to Sail at Sail Buzzards Bay
Charter at Sail Buzzards Bay, Too!
Sail Buzzards Bay offers high quality sailing instruction for all levels of experience and captained charters. Learn to sail, or explore with us the many harbors of the South Coast, Cape Cod and the Islands.
Learning to sail at Sail Buzzards Bay gives you the sailing skills you need to advance your sailing ability at a time that is convenience for you. Our class sizes are small, no more than 4 people, to give you as much one-on-one time with your instructor and as much time as possible sailing on our 23-31 foot sailboats. Sailing from Fairhaven harbor, Massachusetts, you will learn to sail on the water with our USCG licensed and ASA certified instructors. Learn to Sail Buzzards Bay and you will be prepared to sail the World! Book online, download our application here or call us at 617-212-8040.
Chartering from Sail Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts offers access to a wide variety of sailing conditions and destinations. Our 23' Sonar is ideal for a half day sail out onto Buzzards Bay or for a day of sailing to South Dartmouth or Mattapoisett harbors. On our larger boats, you can range farther afield to Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Cuttyhunk or points beyond. Buzzards Bay right in your back yard offers sailing equal to many exotic sailing destinations. Click here for charter information.
American Sailing Association
is the leading authority on sailing instruction
& sailing schools in the United States. Sail Buzzards Bay, an ASA affiliated school,
follows a specific curriculum, which assures you receive a professional training
program, conducted by ASA trained instructors using ASA training materials. Students
can be assured that the ASA course meets the highest possible standards and certification
is internationally recognized. An ASA certification is proof of sailing ability
and entitles the bearer to chartering privileges around the world. Visit the ASA website
for more information.