Monday, 25 November 2013 09:09

One Month

Price: $300

One-Month memberships make sense if you’ll be away for much of the season, or aren’t sure you want to commit to a full membership. Choose any 30-day period and sail all you want!

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Monday, 25 November 2013 09:09

Weekday

Price: $395

Our weekday memberships are terrific value! If you’ve got the freedom to sail during the week and take advantage of the late summer sunsets, a Weekday membership may be your best bet, and they are very easy on the budget.

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Monday, 25 November 2013 09:09

Weekend

Price: $495

The Weekend membership makes a lot of sense for anyone who knows that weekdays just won’t work.  Come out on Saturdays and Sundays all season long!

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Monday, 25 November 2013 09:08

Family

Price: $745

A Family membership is like 3 Full memberships for just $100 more.  Up to 3 skippers in a family can sail under a Family membership, either together or separately. This provides the same access to our great fleet of Rhodes 19s, but for the whole family!

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Monday, 25 November 2013 09:07

Full (Individual)

Price: $645

Our Full membership gives you access to our whole Rhodes 19 fleet (25 boats!), 7 days a week, May 1st through October 31st (or for one calendar year if purchased after May 1st).  It is by far the best value on the harbor.  For an additional $100, get the J/22 upgrade and use our J/22 fleet as well.  Don’t forget a Guest Pass so that you can take your friends and family sailing!

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Wednesday, 11 September 2013 10:42

Course Purchase Complete

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Congratulations on purchasing a Learn to Sail course at Courageous.

Not only will you be learning a life-long skill that you can enjoy with friends and family, your purchase of this course will support Courageous' vision to remove barriers to access for all Boston youth, the public and people with physical and intellectual challenges.

 

Please contact the Adult Program to schedule your course.

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(617) 242-3821 x17

 

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Tuesday, 25 June 2013 17:25

June 24th - Final Night

The last night of racing at the Courageous Corporate Challenge set up as a close fight with the scores a tight spread of 7 points among the top 3 teams. After a couple of weeks of cancellations due to violent thunderstorms the evening’s conditions set up in typical Boston Harbor fashion. A shifty southwesterly coupled with strong outgoing current from both the Charles and Mystic Rivers.

With a threat of thunderstorms looming 18 boats headed out to the race course. As the first race played out it became clear that several breezes were converging across the course and course-middle was death by velocity header. The call of the night? Get a great start, connect the puffs and choose one side of the course or the other. On the left clearer air and pressure reined but boats that went that way had to contend with a severely headed port layline as they got close to the windward mark. Was it worth to over stand and avoid the headers? Absolutely!  Boats that were patient came into the windward mark with velocity and were able to sail through swirling winds around the mark. But as port tackers closed on the starboard layline they faced the challenge of negotiating around starboard tackers at a mark that was set so close to the shoreline it left very little room to maneuver around starboard tackers.

For those who tacked out and went right 100 percent commitment was the operative word for boats. It was tempting to tack on the mini velocity headers but in the end a patient skipper who hit the starboard tack layline could take advantage of breeze bending perpendicular to the shoreline, riding it all the way to the windward mark.

Skippers who focused on boat speed, connecting the pressures, and getting to the next header won out over those pinching to climb. The strong teams; Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Fidelity and Alphagraphics understood that footing off to the next header got them up the course  much faster and when sailing the run staying patient through the little shifts but not being afraid to gybe in the larger shifts. After four races the consistent finishes from Bank of America Merrill Lynch gave them the night’s win with seven points and overall Series Championship. Fidelity was close behind with 12 points and second place for the series. Third for the night and the series—Alphagraphics.

With four races in the hopper and lightening flashing over the Tobin Bridge the teams heading back to base for post race partying courtesy of Capers Catering and Premier Bartending.  All-in-all the Corporate Challenge was a success in the quality of competition among the 20 teams racing, the introduction of sailing to many new corporate members and the over 60 thousand dollars in funds raised for Courageous youth programs.

Courageous Sailing relies on our corporate community to not only sponsor more than 100 youth each summer but also to add to the growing number of members in the Courageous community. For all your support we are ever grateful. See you out on the water!
 
And more big thank you's to Capers Catering for all the delicious food, Premier Bartending for the excellent bar service, and AlphaGraphics for those great looking logos. 
 
For Monday, don't forget to let us know early if you need a skipper, or would like to be put on the waitlist for an extra boat.  
 
Have a great weekend all, stay dry, and we'll see you on the water!
 
By Judy Krimski. Read more from her blog, Center of Effort
 
Tuesday, 25 June 2013 15:25

Challenge Results - Series

Rank Team Low Point Total Excluded Points Total Points
1 Bank of Americal Merrill Lynch  54  23  31 
2 Fidelity 2  60  26  34 
3 Alphagraphics  68  34  34 
4 State Street  88  41  47 
5 Fidelity 1  74  26  48 
6 Mayflower Advisors  77  21  56 
7 Eaton Vance  94  35  59 
8 Atlas Venture  100  41  59 
9 Step Ahead Physical Therapy  113  50  63 
10 Skinner 2  97  31  66 
11 Colony Realty Partners  101  34  67 
12 BzzAgent  112  33  79 
13 Lynch & Associates  139  50  89 
14 Skinner 1  146  50  96 
15 Patriot Energy Group  156  50  106 
16 Yankee Advisors  157  50  107 

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Atlas 2  160  50  110 
18 Northern Trust 173  50  123 
19 McGladrey 178  50  128 
20 State Street 2 200  50  150 
21  Alphagraphics 2  200  50  150 
22  Mellon Capital  200  50  150 
23  Industrial Manufacturing Co.  200  50  150 
24  ROUX  200  50  150 
25  Skinner 3  200  50  150 
26 Courageous 1 200 50 150
27 Courageous 2 200 50 150
Place Team Boat # R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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2 Fidelity 2  15 1 12 
3 Alphagraphics 13 14 
4 State Street 2 18 
5 Atlas Venture 21 9 4 6  26
6 Fidelity 1 5  4  11 15  38 
7 Lynch  11   6 12  13   39
8 Step Ahead Physical Therapy   8 10  11  10  39 
9 Atlas Venture 2  20  DNC  15  40 
10 Mayflower Advisors  16  DNC  40 
11 Skinner 1  11  13  10  14  48 
12 Yankee Advisors  10   10 14  DNC  50 
13 McGladrey   DNC 15  51 
14 Patriot Energy Group  19  13  17  12  51 
15 Colony Realty Partners   DNC 16  12  53 
16 Eaton Vance  22   DNC 14  16  11  60 

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Skinner 2  17   12  18  17  13  60
18 Mellon Capital  12   DNC DNC  DNC  60 
Friday, 07 June 2013 16:09

June 3 - First Night Recap

If you missed it, Monday surprised us all.  Not only did the storm clouds pass and the sky clear, but the breeze was close to perfect and delivered of the nicest nights of Boston Harbor racing we've seen in a while.  Of course Boston Harbor always keeps it interesting, and in this case the breeze was working its way from the southwest through downtown, setting up some nice big shifts.  With the start line set into the Mystic Basic, toward the Tobin, sometimes the pressure was coming from the Courthouse, and sometimes from the Zakim.  As the winning skipper, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Steve Ulian, pointed out, the left delivered in races 1 and 4, and the right for races 2 and 3.  His winning moves were to call the correct side, start with a clear lane, and minimize tacks. 
 
Big congrats to the top three teams: Fidelity 2, with another strong performance after their Practice Night win, BzzAgent, keeping a solid hold on second place, and BoA Merrill Lynch, for taking the top spot with 2 bullets and 9 points total. Click here for complete scores. There is also a Facebook photo album with pictures from Monday's race. We'll keep adding to this, so check back after each race.
 
And more big thank you's to Capers Catering for all the delicious food, Premier Bartending for the excellent bar service, and AlphaGraphics for those great looking logos. 
 
For Monday, don't forget to let us know early if you need a skipper, or would like to be put on the waitlist for an extra boat.  
 
Have a great weekend all, stay dry, and we'll see you on the water!
 
Dave
 
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