One of the primary functions of the CSULB Sailing Association is instruction. Sailing lessons are available for those at many skill levels, including those with no previous sailing experience.
All CSULBSA classes are taught by U.S. Sailing-certified instructors.
Students who pass the Beginner course become active club members and also earn a U.S. Sailing completion card.
More information about the courses we offer is available below.
Interested in signing up? Check out our How To Join page for membership info.
CSULB for-credit course.
Current CSULB undergraduates are eligible to take a for-credit sailing class through the university’s Recreation & Leisure Studies Department. REC 121A is a 1.0 unit beginner course for students with little or no sailing experience.
These semester-long classes are held once per week: Friday mornings (10:00am – 12:45pm) OR Friday afternoons (1:00 – 3:45pm).
Learn more here.
At the start of Spring and Fall semesters, the association offers Beginner Sailing Instruction. These 8-week classes are held weekly in 4-hour sessions, on your choice of Saturdays or Sundays.
Students, alumni and staff are eligible to sign up for the courses, but priority is given to students. Learn more here.
Active and motivated students who have completed the CSULBSA’s beginner sailing course (or outside equivalent) are eligible to begin advanced sailing instruction.
With club approval, skippers can begin training on our Shields keelboats. Learn more here.