The best week of the year

Our region’s emergence from Covid lockdowns happened on a time scale that left many of us excited to be able to offer Sail Camp! We launched planning in earnest, but well behind our normal schedule. An unfortunate result of this is that we received many fewer enrollments than we need to make Sail Camp 2022 happen.

 It is thus with sadness that we have to cancel Sail Camp for this year.

Junior Instructor applications for 2022 will open soon..

Are you too old to attend sailcamp?  Consider the Junior Instructor (JI) or Junior Instructor in Training (JIT) program, for teens who have aged out of the el toro junior class.  Ideal JI/JITs are excellent sailors with a love of teaching, and a willingness to help make sailcamp the best experience for their students.  JIs spend their days on the water teaching sailing with our coaches and have special activities in the evenings and their own tent area.  JIs are supervised and coordinated by the camp directors as well as a dedicated adult volunteer (the "JIT Wrangler").

  • Your first year you will be a Junior Instructor in Training (JIT), this is a volunteer position.
  • After your JIT year you will be promoted to Junior Instructor (JI), which is a (modestly) paid position.  The salary increases each year you return and includes a bonus for completing the US Sailing Level 1 Instructor program.

There are two steps to your application:

  1. All applicants must fill out the application registration form.
  2. All applicants must upload their sailing resume to be considered.  Click the link.

Highest priority for applications received by May 1, 2020.  All decisions will be sent by email in May.  After acceptance you will need to send the liability waiver as instructed by email.

Contact Mike Holden ( with any questions.