Find a ride even if you don't have a sailboat! LIsted below are thousands of access points to getting out sailing on Summer Sailstice.
Local Crew Lists
Use these local crew lists to help you find crew or join a crew sailing for Summer Sailstice:
- California: www.latitude38.com or www.sailSFBay.org or Kroocial - a Bay Area crew fining App (Just-launched in April 2013, this App looks like a great tool for the mobile device world to connect sailors with sailboats. If you try it out let us know how it works.)
- Mid-Atlantic: www.spinsheet.com or Start Sailing Now
- Long Island Sound: www.windchecklis.com
- Florida/Gulf Coast: www.southwindssailing.com
- Northeast: http://www.pointseast.com/crewmatch.shtml
- Portland, OR: http://www.sailpdx.org/resources/crew-lists/local-crew-lists/
More Public Access Sailing Opportunities:
Want to find another way onto the water? How about a commmercial sailing school or a community sailing program. Here are more sites that can likely find one in your area:
AirBNB for Boats:
Check out these sites to connect you directly with sailboats. Often an inexpensive way to cost-share a boat for a day or all of Summer Sailstice weekend:
- US Sailing - a convenient 'Where to Sail' tool to find access to sailing near you.
US Sailing has lots of sailing resources for sailing schools, community programs and junior sailing programs.
- American Sailing Association
ASA provides accesss to commercial sailing schools and charter programs all over the country.
- MeetUp Groups - there are 467 MeetUps in 28 countries. Join them!
- Tall Ships America lists tradtional sailing vessels across North America.
- RegattaDates offers Crew Listing for individual events only some of which fall on Summer Sailstice!
Many people are willing to take loads of people sailing. Check out all the opportunities above.