2023 Summer Lessons

TPYC offers lessons in sailing, swimming, and tennis. Lessons are held from late June through mid-August and are open to both members and non-members. Sailing lessons are available in 2 week session blocks. Children can sign up for one, two or all three sessions. There is a bonus session without charge in August that is open to all students from prior sessions. See the schedule link and sailing flyer below for details. Some scholarship assistance is available for sailing lessons. For more information, contact Mike Horn at mikehorn2@myfairpoint.net

TPYC also offers a program called Kids Discover Sailing (KDS). This is an introductory sailing experience for young children aged 7-8 to try sailing before signing up for longer classes. It runs June 19-23. If you’ve never sailed, you may want to consider this answer to the question of “why sail?” by TPYC member and lifelong sailor Peter Garcia.

Swimming and tennis lessons run from June 26 through August 11 at particular times and days. See the schedule link below for details.

View the detailed description of
TPYC 2023 Sailing Lessons

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TPYC 2023 Sailing, Swimming, and Tennis Lessons flyer and schedule
with friends and neighbors

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TPYC 2023 Kids Discover Sailing flyer
with friends and neighbors


View the complete TPYC 2023
summer lessons schedule to make your choices

by downloading and printing the 2023 registration forms

Instructions: Registration requires the completion of one registration form per family. Completed registration forms, including a required emergency contact form, and payment, are mailed to TPYC.

We encourage early registration to secure a spot for your child(ren). Important: be sure to coordinate with friends and family who wish to enroll students in the same sections. Preference of placement is offered to TPYC members in the event of oversubscription of sections that sell out.

For More Information or questions email lessons@TaylorPondYachtClub.com or call/text 207-200-1660

“…there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats .” 

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame