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Old 04-14-2012
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Sailing J22

We have this great program in Colorado call "Why Buy". See link below.
For about $450.00 a year you can sail for 4.5 hours a day all season. (April - Sept.)

Fuel is included, just the one time fee. That's it. It's a great deal.
Victoria Sailing School - Overview

Anyone else out there have a similar program?
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Re: Sailing J22

Sure. Here in Madison, Wisconsin the Hoofers Sailing Club (hoofersailing.org) is a student run group that anyone can join. Cost about $345/year. The fleet includes unlimited access to Tech dinghys, windsurfers, Lasers, 420's, Interlake's, Scows (C, E, I-20, m-17), Capri 22, J22's, J24's, J29, five larger keelboats, and snow kiting (it is Wisconsin afterall). I'm no longer a member, but, learned a lot there.
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Re: Sailing J22

Seems like a great option if you don't want to own. But then, what would you do for aggravation? What crazy expenses would complain about?

You have to look at these deals really carefully before you make a final decision....
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Re: Sailing J22

Wow, I'd have killed for that program! Bargain indeed... While my boat is paid for I still have to pay $1200 a year in slip fees. Launch the thing myself.... of course I can go whenever I please, and sail as long as I like...

But then my fall/spring is spent upgrading, outfitting, and working on it too!

By the way, OWNER of a Capri 22... Freaking great boat.
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