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New ASA Accredited Sailing School in Grenada

The Caribbean has a new ASA accredited sailing school. Based in Grenada, you can learn to ride the waves with SeaHorse Sailing who began operating in June.

 

The Caribbean has a new ASA accredited sailing school. Based in Grenada, you can learn to ride the waves with SeaHorse Sailing who began operating in June.

Located at True Blue Resort and Marina, SeaHorse Sailing School is operated by Mike Dye and Lesley Hayes, both originally from the UK. Mike is an experienced RYA and ASA instructor, and has worked in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. He has also completed two transatlantic crossings and numerous yacht deliveries.  Lesley has worked in the charter industry in Greece and Grenada, and joined Mike on his last transatlantic crossing.

“Having worked with various sailing schools I am really excited to be putting my own twist on how we run, making it fresh and interesting,” Dye said.

The school offers a number of ASA courses on a by-the-cabin basis, as well as private group courses. Working in partnership with Horizon Yacht Charters, Grenada and St Vincent, the courses will run year round. They also offer own-boat tuition to yacht owners in the Caribbean.

 

“With two sailing itineraries available: one exploring Grenada and its islands and one exploring The Grenadines, clients will learn to work, and live together, as a team,” the school said. www.seahorsesailingschool.com

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One comment

  1. hi both been following your adventures well done seems you have found your new way to live the good life
    sad not to see your faces in Greece
    this year BLUE IRIS and BUNTY are in the Regatta in the same class i will do a dummy race to check wind conditions Mike any tips you can give will be kept secrect as i plan to beat BUNTY fair and square the start is at the top end of the Megennisi Channel and out and around Atoria island and back to Sivitio
    any way good luck to you both a lady in my bank is looking to learn to Sail what costs are involved with you
    await reply
    Tony

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