First time? Please, read this page through as it will answer many of your questions, and includes important instructions.
*** In order to take our ASA courses, you must be a member of the Cave Run Sailing Association. CRSA membership is a separate fee. ***
The table below offers a list of the courses we offer and the cost for taking the course with us. More detailed information about each course can be found by visiting the links from the Course column.
|ASA 101||Basic Keelboat Sailing||$345|
|ASA 103||Basic Coastal Cruising||$345|
|ASA 104||Bareboat Cruising||$575|
|ASA 105||Coastal Navigation||$375|
|ASA 106||Advanced Coastal Cruising||$575|
|ASA 114||Cruising Catamaran||$575|
|ASA 101 (Challenge)1||$200|
|ASA 103 (Challenge)1||$200|
- 1 Experienced sailors – An ASA “Challenge” involves taking the written exam and practical skills tests with no academic instruction.
- * Tuition rates quoted do not include boat charter, instructor fee or additional expenses, if any.
Once you have signed up for a course and submitted any required information, you will be paired up with one of our instructors. Your instructor will coordinate with you on a date and time to get on the water for your personal instruction time. Textbooks and course materials are provided to the student for self-study prior to scheduled classes and on-the-water practicals. Students are expected to have completed all assigned academic study, be prepared for instruction, and arrive on time for scheduled certifications. Certifications are conducted on Cave Run Lake, Kentucky Lake, in local classroom facilities, or on instructional cruises in other waters. On-the-water instruction is conducted aboard Instructors’ private vessels, CRSA club-owned vessels, or chartered vessels.
For further information about the American Sailing Association visit their website.
*** To request to take an ASA course, contact our ASA Director at firstname.lastname@example.org ***