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For Registered Students Only

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For Registered Students Only: Next Steps & Deadlines

This page contains information to help students and families who have won a spot in the Summer Youth Program via the lottery. Please keep on reading below for next steps more information on how to confirm your seat.
 
#1) Complete the Online Confirmation Form. Due by April 30.
 
To confirm your registration, please begin by completing the online confirmation form (this is where we collect all of our students' emergency contact and medical information):
 
 
#2) Print, sign, and mail the Enrollment Form and pay the balance of your invoice for program fees and/or submit your scholarship application materials.
Due by April 30.
 
You can download this form here: 
 
Please complete and submit one for each student in your household.  Each student needs a new form on file at Courageous each year. Mail to: Courageous Sailing, One First Avenue, Boston, MA 02129.
 
The confirmation materials that were emailed or mailed to you contain an invoice number and the total amount due to finalize your child's or children's registration for the summer youth program. You can pay your balance via check, cash, or credit card. Note: At this time we are only able to accept credit cards by phone.
 
See below for more information on how to apply for a scholarship. Note that there is no "scholarship application form," only materials that need to be mailed in along with the Enrollment Form.
 
#3) Print, have a lifeguard sign off on, and mail the Proof of Swimming Form.
Due by June 15.
 
You can download this form here: 
 
Please complete and submit one for each student in your household. If you have already submitted this form for a previous program or season at Courageous Sailing, Courageous has it on file and there is no need to submit another.

Scholarship Applicants: please submit one or more of the following along with your mailed enrollment & release forms: 

    • 2013 Federal Income Tax Form 1040
    • Proof of being on a government assistance program (see FAQ)
Note 
No scholarship application will be processed without copies of one or more of the above documents. This information will be reviewed solely by the Youth Program Director, the Executive Director, and their administrative assistants. After review, these sensitive documents will be destroyed immediately.
 
Optional
Attach a separate page detailing any other information that may be helpful in determining financial need for extenuating circumstances

 

2014 Course Fees & Payment

If you have received confirmation that your child has been admitted to the Summer Youth Program, you can make your payment online below.

Payments may also be made by Credit Card via telephone (617-242-3821 x12) or by sending a check to: Courageous Sailing, One First Avenue, Boston, MA 02129.

10% Sibling Discount: For families paying course fees for more than one child, we offer a 10% discount on the course fees for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. children registered. If different amounts are due for each child, the highest course fee is due in full, and the discount applies to the rest. The discount does not apply if you have been awarded a scholarship. Please also note that the 10% discount applies to course fees only. The discount does not apply to the admin or extended day fees.

 

Step 1 (1 week session)

Annual Household Income
(or AGI)
Admin
Fee
Course
Fee
Extended
Day Fee
Sibling
Discount
Online Confirmation & Enrollment Forms
Scholarship Materials

Proof of Income or
Proof of Gov't Assistance

AGI < $65,000 $10 $0 $0 N/A Required Required Required
$65,000 < AGI < $135,000 $10 $75 $10 10% Required Required Required
$135,000 < AGI $10 $175 $10 10% Required Not Required Not Required

Steps 2, 3 & 4 (3 week sessions)

Annual Household Income
(or AGI)
Admin
Fee
Course
Fee
Extended
Day Fee
Sibling
Discount
Online Confirmation & Enrollment Forms
Scholarship Materials
Proof of Income or
Proof of Gov't Assistance
AGI < $65,000 $10 $0 $0 N/A Required Required Required
$65,000 < AGI < $135,000 $10 $200 $10 10% Required Required Required
$135,000 < AGI $10 $500 $10 10% Required Not Required Not Required

Thank you for your application!

Please check your email Inbox (and Spambox!) for confirmation that we have received your application form. This email will contain a copy of your submitted application so that you may review it for any mistakes. Please feel free to contact us with any questions: 617-242-3821 x12 or youthprogram@courageoussailing.org.

US Powerboating Safe Powerboat Handling

Prerequisite: None
Course Fee: $145
Suggested Age: 12–adult
Certification(s) Earned: NASBLA certificate, MA boating education certificate, Safe Powerboat Handling certificate.

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US Coast Guard & NASBLA Approved

This 16-hour hands-on, on-the-water course is for anyone who wants to learn how to safely operate a small motorboat and improve their boathandling skills on actual boats. The US Coast Guard and the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) have approved this course and an increasing number of states have recognized it as meeting their requirements for a state boating safety education certificate. These national and state approvals call for the course to include a total of six to eight hours of classroom sessions covering required education topics. Students learn:

On-the-Water Sessions

  • Engine & electrical systems
  • Starting procedures
  • Docking
  • Leaving & returning to a slip
  • Close-quarters maneuvers
  • Anchoring
  • Steering a range
  • Proceeding to a destination
  • Person in Water rescue

Classroom Sessions

  • Safety, prep & weather
  • Maneuvering concepts
  • Registration & capacities
  • Equipment requirements
  • Prep & fueling procedures
  • Navigation rules of the road
  • Aids to navigation
  • Environment regulations
Monday, 10 February 2014 17:12

Review your Flag Rating

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Make sure it's a great day on the water. Sail within your own ability.

Monday, 10 February 2014 17:07

Watch the Radar

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Popup storms happen a lot around the harbor. Its always good to double check the coast is clear.

Monday, 10 February 2014 16:28

Bringing guests?

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Great! Save time and have them pre-sign the waiver online.

Monday, 10 February 2014 16:24

Know the tide

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Avoid getting stuck out there (getting a tow is a drag).

Monday, 10 February 2014 16:19

Check the wind

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Know what to expect so you can be prepared.

Monday, 10 February 2014 16:12

Check the weather

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Know what to expect so you can be prepared.

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