Cave Run Sailing School – American Sailing Association (ASA) Certifications
Cave Run Sailing School provides ASA Student Certifications (100 series) and ASA Instructor Certifications (200 series) on an individual or small group instruction basis. Certifications are conducted on Cave Run Lake, Kentucky Lake, in local classroom facilities, or on Instruction cruises. On-the-water instruction is conducted aboard Instructors’ private vessels or chartered vessels. Certifications are offered based upon member interest and schedule coordination, as agreed to, between students and Instructors.
Descriptions of ASA Certifications can be found at the ASA website: https://asa.com/
For Cave Run Sailing Association ASA curriculum and tuition rates: ASA Course Fees
Experienced sailors have the option to “Challenge” ASA 101 and ASA 103 courses. An ASA “Challenge” involves taking the written exam and practical skills tests with no academic instruction.
Chartered Instruction Cruises for Advanced Certifications may be scheduled, depending upon CRSA member interests. Chartered vessels are dedicated for Certification purposes only. However, these cruises may be combined with CRSA organized pleasure cruises as a flotilla.
For additional information and Certification registration,
Contact the Cave Run Sailing School Director, Jim Dinger, at firstname.lastname@example.org