City Sail is HRCS's week-long sailing and STEM camp where kids escape the heat and noise of the city and enjoy summer on the Hudson River. Students learn new skills, make friends, build sailing knowledge, and have fun on the water!
Teen Sailing Camp
For students ages 14-17, select "Teen Sailing Camp" when registering.
This program runs from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday-Friday.
Hudson River Community Sailing strives to serve a diverse student body. We offer scholarships to families with documented need through the Hollis Salzman and David Barry Memorial Scholarship Fund. This fund honors the lasting impact former HRCS Board Member Hollis Salzman and her husband David have on our community. Hollis and David were dedicated to the education of youth in our city, and believed all NYC young people could benefit from sailing. If you believe your family qualifies for a scholarship please click below to apply.
What is City Sail?
City Sail is HRCS's week-long sailing camp where kids escape the heat and noise of the city and enjoy the Hudson River. Students learn new skills, make friends, build sailing knowledge, and have fun on the water! Students work in small groups with a dedicated instructor.
When is City Sail?
8 week-long summer sessions.
Students may sign up for multiple weeks. First-timers usually opt for 1-2 weeks and veterans go for 2-3 weeks.
Who attends City Sail?
Youth ages 9-17. Campers must turn nine on or before the first day of their City Sail session. No boating or swimming experience required.
Calendar & Schedule
City Sail runs for eight weeks. Students can sign up for one, two, or more weeks. Each week follows the same general structure, but specific lessons and activities vary from week to week, so that students who attend more than once never get bored.
* We WILL have camp on Thursday, July 4th.
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“I can’t tell you how much this means to me… as a single working parent, to know that every day with City Sail my teenager is involved in something meaningful to him in a beautiful setting on the Hudson. He’s excited, learning, relaxing (all too rare for a city kid), and, most important, he’s engaged."
- City Sail Parent