The Treasure Island Sailing Center is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to improve our community and the sport of sailing by providing access, facilities, and sailing instruction to people of all socioeconomic backgrounds, skill levels, and physical abilities.

The Treasure Island Sailing Center Foundation mission is to support the growth of community sailing through seeking funding to provide sailing instruction, equipment, and facilities to people of all socioeconomic backgrounds, physical abilities, and skill levels.

The TISC youth outreach program began with 10 girls from the Life Learning Academy–a charter High School on Treasure Island and an affiliated program of the Delancey Street Foundation. Outreach program classes focused on teamwork while building communication and leadership skills through learning how to sail. Within a couple of years TISC’s youth program grew to include over 230 kids through summer, after school, and weekend programs. Over 80% of the children participate on full scholarships and come to TISC from a variety of youth outreach programs from the city of San Francisco and the Bay Area. Within four years of TISC’s inception the summer program included over 400 children, and fall and spring orientations and classes included 250 more.

In 2002, TISC also started an adaptive sailing outreach program offering introductory classes for disabled kids and adults, and advanced training for teams attempting to qualify for the 2004 Paralympic Sailing Team. These programs strive to offer physically disabled individuals the chance to compete as equals, demonstrate their independence, and free them of their wheel chairs. This program has been incredibly inspiring to all who are a part of it.

In 2003 TISC began to offer sailing orientations to adults who had never sailed before, and in 2004 TISC organized adult sailing clinics. The adult clinics include small keelboat certifications and dinghy sailing instruction and are offered in conjunction with the San Francisco Sea Scouts.

TISC was inspired and implemented by a group of long time sailboat racers who strive to make a difference in the sport of sailing–especially here on San Francisco Bay. It is no surprise then, TISC has been host to a number of highly competitive events–many of which are organized by neighboring yacht clubs such as the St. Francis, Golden Gate, and San Francisco Yacht Clubs. The location of TISC is reason enough for fleets to want to race there, but the good cause that it supports is certainly the biggest advantage. Racing began with the Olympic Trials in 2000, and has included the 2000 Vanguard 15 North Americans, the 2002 Vanguard 15 Nationals, the 2003 Vanguard 15 National Team Race Championship, the 2002 High School National Championships, the 2001 Collegiate PCC s in 2001, and the 2003 Hinman U.S. Team Racing Championships. It is our hope that within a few years, every weekend at TISC will be filled with sailors eager to improve their racing skills, training for an event, or teaching others about racing sailboats.

Treasure Island is on lease to the City of San Francisco from the U.S. Navy until final studies and remediation is complete, at which time the transfer of Treasure Island will be given to the city of San Francisco. The City of San Francisco, under the direction of the Treasure Island Development Authority, has given two year sub term leases to the TISC Foundation since 1998. TISC is on a no cost for service lease with the city of San Francisco, allowing all income from tenant storage of boats to be used for facility maintenance, upkeep, and most importantly for our youth and adpative outreach programs. TISC is one of three non profit projects included in the long term plans for the development of the island.

The Treasure Island Sailing Center Foundation is responsible for all fundraising activities, program development, and facility development plans associated with the Treasure Island Sailing Center. Many volunteers are dedicated to this project, and are eager to continue its success in making sailing easily accessible to the entire Bay Area community.

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Mission of the Treasure Island Sailing Center

We create opportunities for people to learn and grow through sailing by providing facilities, sailing instruction, and access to the water for people of all socio-economic backgrounds, abilities and skill levels from novice to Olympian.

Our Vision

  • To provide San Francisco with a first rate community sailing center that provides universal access to and lifelong connections with the Bay.
  • To serve ALL children in our community and to teach them more than sailing.

The Treasure Island Sailing Center is a 501c3 (EIN: 31-1625735) non-profit community sailing organization

698 California Ave Building 112
San Francisco, CA 94130 415.421.2225

The Treasure Island Sailing Center
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Beginner Youth
Skills Days
$60 per session

Whether you are looking for practice time between classes or need to brush up on specific skills, these self-guided skills days are a great opportunity to practice with someone of equal experience and get out on the water. Students will choose their focus and receive the appropriate skill checkoff sheets before heading out on the water. There are three different skill day focus options:

Advanced Sailing
Practice maintaining points of sail, tacking, jibing, managing speed, heaving-to and reefing.

Docking 
Practice sailing off and on the dock under a variety of conditions.

Crew Overboard
Practice performing the Figure 8 and Quick Stop maneuvers.

Participants will take turns skippering the boat.

Skipper’s Duties: Get the boat ready to sail, assign crew positions, give safety briefing, sail the boat safely off the dock at the start of the day and back at the end of the day.

Required: Basic Keelboat certification or the equivalent necessary (Plus some sailing experience within the last year).

Limitations:

  • PM time slot: sailors must be able to control the boat under higher afternoon winds.
  • The boat must have 2-5 persons aboard.
  • Navigation is limited to Clipper Cove.

Heavy Weather Clinic
Students become proficient in early identification of strong wind conditions and proactive in applying the techniques of de-powering a boat for those conditions. Students will sail, assign crew positions, give safety briefing, sail the boat safely off the dock at the start of the day and back at the end of the day.
$150
Call to schedule
For those that have extensive prior sailing experience and/or already have the equivalent sailing qualifications TISC offers a one day 4 hour checkout. Please carefully review the checkout sheet bellow and verify that you are confident in all the required maneuvers and concepts. **If you have the equivalent of one or our classes, you have the option to use the checkout as a placement tool to test out of the pre-req for a class.
Rental Checkouts
$99 per checkout
(415) 421-2225
Once you have successfully passed the checkout for the boat you are interested in, you may rent it by the day. Please call the office (415-421-2225) to reserve a boat!
Rentals
J24 Rental
$250 per day
Gift Certificates
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Gift certificates are available through our office. Please contact the office at
(415) 421-2225 or programs@tisailing.org to purchase.
Paper Registration Forms
Please mail, fax, or scan and email the appropriate form to the Treasure Island Sailing Center (TISC) for processing. A TISC staff member will process your request and contact you if necessary.
Bug Class
Harbor Seals
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
Designed as a fun and easy introduction to the water, this class does not specifically focus on sailing but gradually builds the students’ on-the-water confidence through a variety of water sports and activities. Taught primarily on J24s. sailing single-handed sailing. This class also includes activities near and/or on the beach at times when the wind is stronger.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Bug Class
Beginner Youth
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
Designed as a fun and exciting introduction to small sailboats. Students will learn basic water safety, knots, basic points of sail, along with steering and sail trim. Students will begin sailing in our Bugs with a partner and when ready they will progress to sailing single-handed sailing. This class also includes activities near and/or on the beach at times when the wind is stronger.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM
$350 per session
Bug Class
Explore Sailing
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
This class is designed as a one week introduction for students who are new to sailing. This class exposes students to a variety of different boats and water craft in a fun and low stress environment. Students will be introduced to the basics of water safety, knots, points of sail, steering and sail trim.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Intermediate Youth
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
This class continues to develop sailors single-handed small dinghy skills with the introduction of more subtle boat handling techniques. Sailors will develop an understanding of right of way rules, docking and mark rounding. In this class students will learn to apply more advanced sail controls based on sailing conditions and sail shape.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9:30AM-12PM & 1PM-3:30PM
$350 per session
Explore Teen
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
In this class Jr. Sailors will learn basic dinghy sailing skills. Jr. Sailors will also learn knots, boat safety, and the basic right of way rules. Taught primarily in RS Ventures
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Beginner Teen
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
In this class Jr. Sailors will learn basic dinghy sailing skills. Jr. Sailors will also learn knots, boat safety, and the basic right of way rules. Taught primarily in RS Ventures.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Intermediate Teen
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
In this class sailors develop their double-handed small dinghy sailing skills. Students will develop their right of way rules, docking and mark rounding skills as well as their ability to sail a greater distance. Students will continue to work on their recognition of points of sail, proper sail trim, and body positioning. A large component of this class will focus on collaboration as a double-handed boat requires students to work as a team for proper boat handling.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9:30AM-12PM & 1PM-3:30PM
$350 per session
Advanced Teen
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
Building on skills learned in Intermediate Teen, in this class students will be introduced to racing including the Rules of Sailing, starting sequences, course management, mark rounding techniques, advance boat handling, and race strategy. This class is designed for our most advanced youth sailors who already have a strong understanding of sailing theory and are able to demonstrate more advanced boat handling techniques in a wide range of conditions. A large component of this class will focus on teamwork as students will need to operate as a team within their boat in order to tackle the more complex components of racing in the platform of a double- handed dinghy.

Students will be sailing alongside TISC’s FJ Race Team, however the course is intended to develop advanced sailing skills and a child need not compete. Racing on the weekend following the course is an option so long as the student has demonstrated the skill necessary to do so and can be paired with either Skipper or Crew.

If participation in racing is desired, TISC staff should be consulted well ahead to guide you through the qualification / registration process. Email: manager@tisailing.org

**Summer sessions of this class are scheduled to prepare students for the BAYS Summer series of regattas, if interested; so students can choose to sign up for individual sessions or for all the six weeks as a package (See TISC FJ Team).
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Advanced Youth
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
Building on skills learned in Intermediate Youth, in this class students will be introduced to racing including the Rules of Sailing, starting sequences, course management, mark rounding techniques, boat handling, and race strategy. This class is designed for our most advanced youth sailors who already have a strong understanding of sailing theory and are able to demonstrate more advanced boat handling techniques in a wide range of conditions.

Students will be sailing alongside TISC’s Opti Race Team, however the course is intended to develop advanced sailing skills and a child need not compete. Racing on the weekend following the course is an option so long as the student has demonstrated the skill necessary to do so. If participation in racing is desired, TISC staff should be consulted well ahead to guide you through the qualification / registration process. Email: manager@tisailing.org

**Sessions of this class are intended to prepare students for the BAYS Summer series of regattas and can do so if interested. During summer camp, students can choose to sign up for individual sessions or for all the six weeks as a package (See TISC Opti Team).
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9:30AM-12PM & 1PM-3:30PM
$350 per session
Jr. Big Boat Youth
April 8 - May 20
Sep 9 - Oct 21
A youth keelboat class designed as a developmentally appropriate way to introduce young junior sailors, with a range of sailing skills, to big boat sailing. Beginners can learn the ropes in a big boat setting while experienced junior sailors can apply their small boat skills to a new challenge: in either case, students will work with an experienced keelboat instructor to develop their sailing skills as well as their communication and teamwork skills. This class, adapted from the US Sailing Junior Big Boat program, will run on Sunday mornings during the fall and spring seasons.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Jr. Big Boat Teen
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
A teen keelboat class designed as a developmentally appropriate way to introduce teenage sailors, with a range of sailing skills, to big boat sailing. Beginners can learn the ropes in a big boat setting while experienced junior sailors can apply their small boat skills to a new challenge: in either case, students will work with an experienced keelboat instructor to develop their sailing skills as well as their communication and teamwork skills. This class, adapted from the US Sailing Junior Big Boat program, will run on Sunday afternoons during the fall and spring seasons.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Bug Class
Jr. Leadership 1
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
The Junior Leadership program at TISC is designed for our oldest junior sailors who are looking to build their leadership skills while also continuing to develop their sailing knowledge and skills. This program is not intended for novice sailors. Students in our Junior Leadership Program will develop their leadership, communication, and teamwork skills. Students in their first year of the Junior Leadership Program will be Junior Instructors. Typically Junior Instructors are 15-16 years old and are confident and proficient dinghy skippers. In the mornings, Junior Instructors will be assigned to a Junior Sailing class where they will assist instructors and act as a leader for students on and off the water. In the afternoons Junior Instructors will participate in our Teen Sailing, Progressive Level 4 program where they will continue to develop their own sailing skills.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Bug Class
Jr. Leadership 2
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
The Junior Leadership program at TISC is designed for our oldest junior sailors who are looking to build their leadership skills while also continuing to develop their sailing knowledge and skills. This program is not intended for novice sailors. Students in our Junior Leadership Program will develop their leadership, communication, and teamwork skills. Students in their second year of the Junior Leadership Program will be Instructors in Training. Typically Instructors in Training are 16-17 years old and are confident and proficient dinghy skippers with some keelboat experience. In the mornings, Instructors in Training will take on more responsibility in leading the Junior Sailing class which they are assigned to, including on the water coaching and delivering chalk talks on land. In the afternoons, Instructors in Training will either continue working with their Junior Program class or will take on a leadership role supervising at Adventure Camp.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
Adventure Camp Option
Choose this option during checkout
San Francisco is famous for its windy summers. Some younger and lighter sailors can have a hard time in the strong winds and can lose interest. During Summer Junior Sailing Program, our youngest sailors have the option of spending their afternoons in Adventure Camp at no additional cost as opposed to continuing their sailing lessons. After lunch, those enrolled in Adventure Camp will meet up for kayaking, paddle boarding, and beach games. This is not a stand-alone class.
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Extended Care Option
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
We offer an extended care program for parents of either need to drop their children off early or need the flexibility of picking them up a little late. Extended care extends the time that your child can spend on site as follows. 8:30AM - 9:00AM (programs start) and 4:00PM - 5:00PM. Extended Care is only available while our Summer programs are in session.
Summer Sessions Only
$50 / week / child
Private Lesson
Private lessons are a great opportunity for students to rapidly improve their skills in a one on one setting with one of our instructors. Private lessons can be taken in addition to any of junior sailing programs classes, as a stand alone class, or as recurring private instruction. Private lessons are scheduled on an individual basis, accordingly TISC is able to accommodate most schedules. Private lessons are offered at a minimum of 2hrs. For junior sailors, private lessons are offered in Bugs, Optimists, and FJs. Private lessons in J24s may also be offered to junior sailors in certain circumstances. We also offer private lessons for kayaks and paddle boards.
$95/hr (min 2 hrs)
Opti Race Team
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
Team: Building on skills learned in Intermediate Youth, this 6-Week class will introduce students to racing including the Rules of Sailing, starting sequences, course management, mark rounding techniques, boat handling, and race strategy. This class is designed for our most advanced youth sailors who already have a strong understanding of sailing theory and are able to demonstrate more advanced boat handling techniques in a wide range of conditions

Students will be sailing within our Advanced Youth class, however in addition to the goals of the standard course will be working on mastery of skill and will be competing in BAYS regattas following each session. Although skills and topics will be repeated, the student will gain mastery by refining each skill and gaining experience through much more time on the water.

Regattas will be organized through Bay Area Youth Sailing (http://www.bayarea-youthsailing.com/) and held locally at the end of each session for a total of 4 planned regattas. Parents will be sent information on how to register their child and will pay the registration fee (usually $40-$50). *Families using TISC’s scholarships should coordinate with the Program Manager to register for regattas.

TISC will provide boats, wetsuits, and lifejackets along with the team coach(s).

Parent engagement is a huge part of this program. TISC will facilitate and help coordinate transportation to and from regattas, however it will ultimately be the responsibility of each parent to ensure their child arrives at the locations. TISC will need as much help from parents as possible and will send out requests as needed.
Regatta schedule is as follows:

June 23-24 @ RYC- Richmond, CA
July 14-15 @ EYC- Alameda, CA
Aug 11-12 @ SFYC- Belvedere, CA
Sept. 1-2 @ TISC- Treasure Island
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
$1600.00 for all 6 session
($1,800 value!)
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
FJ Race Team
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 17
Sep 9 - Oct 21
Team: Building on skills learned in Intermediate Teen, this 6-Week class will introduce students to racing including the Rules of Sailing, starting sequences, course management, mark rounding techniques, boat handling, and race strategy. This class is designed for our most advanced youth sailors who already have a strong understanding of sailing theory and are able to demonstrate more advanced boat handling techniques in a wide range of conditions.

Students will be sailing within our Advanced Teen class, however in addition to the goals of the standard course will be working on mastery of skill and be competing in BAYS regattas following each session. Although skills and topics will be repeated, the student will gain mastery by refining each skill and gaining experience through much more time on the water.

Regattas will be organized through Bay Area Youth Sailing (http://www.bayarea-youthsailing.com) and held locally at the end of each session for a total of 4 planned regattas. Parents will be sent information on how to register their child and will pay the registration fee(usually $40-$50). *Families using TISC’s scholarships should coordinate with the Program Manager to register for regattas.

TISC will provide boats, wetsuits, and lifejackets along with the team coach(s).

Parent engagement is a huge part of this program. TISC will facilitate and help coordinate transportation to and from regattas, however it will ultimately be the responsibility of each parent to ensure their child arrives at the locations. TISC will need as much help from parents as possible and will send out requests as needed.

Regatta schedule is as follows: June 23-24 @ RYC- Richmond, CA
July 14-15 @ EYC- Alameda, CA
Aug 11-12 @ SFYC- Belvedere, CA
Sept. 1-2 @ TISC- Treasure Island
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
$1,600 for all 6 sessions
($1,800 value!)
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
Basic Keelboat
January - December
Our Basic Keelboat series is a US Sailing certified class. Upon successful completion of the class you get the official US Sailing BK sticker in your log book. During the first weekend students will work on building a solid foundation of sailing techniques. They will learn water safety, sailing terminology, sail trim, boat handling, and will get an introduction to the physics of sailing. Classroom time is devoted to understanding how a sailboat is propelled upwind. Other classroom topics include terminology, points of sail, and efficient sailing. Our goal is to get you out on the water as soon as possible.
Saturday and Sunday
10AM--4PM
Weekend 1 - $299
Weekend 2 - $300
Advanced Keelboat
January - December
Building on the US Sailing Basic Keelboat course, participants will review all aspects of their Basic Keelboat skills while furthering their sailing knowledge in the areas of docking under sail, anchoring, knot tying and advance sail trim, boat handling, heavy air sailing, and seamanship. Weekend One is a prerequisite for Advanced Keelboat Weekend Two.
Saturday and Sunday
10AM-4PM
Weekend 1 - $299
Weekend 2 - $300
Adult Dinghy
March - November
Class length: 4 Saturdays
Level I - 2 Days - $299
Level II - 2 Days - $300
10AM - 4PM
This dinghy course is designed to teach small boat handling to beginners or those looking to brush up on skills. Level I is taught on our RS Ventures. Level II is taught either in our Vanguard 15s or Lasers. In this progression course students will learn basic knots, rigging, sail adjustment, docking, steering a course, person in the water drills, and capsize/recovery drills. Be prepared to get wet! All necessary gear is available at TISC including wetsuits and spray gear (sizes may be limited). Bring sun protection (hats, sunglasses, sunscreen), water bottle, and a towel. For more information contact manager@tisailing.org.
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Class Name
April 8 - May 20
June 11 - August 24
Sep 9 - Oct 21
Description
Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9AM - 4PM
1 week session - $350
2 week session - $600
Spring and Fall Classes
Sundays
9AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM
$350 per session
V15 Racing
Sign up link for the V15 races. Must have your own boat (this is not a class).
Basic Keelboat - US Sailing certified introductory sailing course
Advanced Keelboat -TISC's advanced sailing course (pre-req to rent our J24s)
Skills Days -Your chance to practice and improve your skills before taking the checkout.
Heavy Weather Clinic - Useful strategies for sailing in high wind. Practice sailing in higher wind and learn how to handle more extreme weather conditions (pre-req for renting our J24s).
V15 Racing - Sign up link for the V15 races. Must have your own boat (this is not a class).
Checkouts - Before renting a boat at TISC you need to pass the checkout
Rentals - Rent one of our J24s or one of our smaller boats (requires passing a checkout).
Adult Dinghy - 4 days of instruction on 12 - 15 foot sailboats divided into 2 sessions (Level I and Level II).