Treasure Coast Youth Sailing

Sailing Year-Round

Advanced Year-Round Program

This is a program designed to prepare students for competitive racing events.

Year-Round Class Schedule

There are two sessions for 2017-2018:
July 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017
January 1, 2018 – June 30, 2018

Classes are held on the first three Sundays of each month from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM.

Cost is $175 for a six month session for Optimist and 420 Sailors.
Cost for 1 year is $300 for Optimist and 420 Sailors.
Students must be Junior Members of the TCYSF ($30).
Recent Summer Camp attendees will have already paid the Junior Membership fee.

Boats are provided by the Foundation.

2017-2018 GREEN FLEET REGISTRATION

  • I. STUDENT APPLICATION

  • Recent Summer Camp attendees will have already paid the Junior Membership fee.

    Classes are held the first Sundays of each month from 12:30 to 4:00pm.
  • II. Student Emergency Medical Information

    Parent or Guardian to complete:
  • Current medications (If none, state "N/A"):
  • Blood Type (if known):
  • Last Tetanus shot (if known):
  • Does STUDENT have any physical limitations or chronic ailments that might prevent him/her from full participation in the program? (Yes or No) If yes, describe:
  • Do you have any other concerns (Yes or No) If yes, describe:
  • In calling order, phone #/label (work, home, cell, etc.):
  • Relationship:
  • Phone #1:
  • Phone #2:
  • Phone #2:
  • Phone #3:
  • Relationship:
  • Phone #1:
  • Phone #2:
  • Phone #3:
  • PARENT/GUARDIAN CODE OF ETHICS

    I will not interfere with a Coach’s decision.

    I will insure that the Student is courteous to all and follows the rules and regulations of the Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Foundation, Inc. (TCYSF).

    I will treat everyone (Coaches, other parents, members and sailors, etc.) with respect.

    I understand that the Student may be removed from the sailing program if either I or the Student is interfering with the Coach’s instructions or decisions, is unruly, creates a disciplinary problem or presents a clear danger to others in the program. In such circumstances, the student or Parent(s)/Guardian(s) may be suspended, or membership terminated, pursuant to Article IV, Section 1, Paragraph (b), and Section 4, of the Foundation bylaws.
  • AUTHORIZATION TO CONSENT TO TREATMENT OF MINOR

    I, the undersigned Parent/Guardian of the above-mentioned Student, a minor child, do hereby consent to any emergency X-ray, anesthetic, medical or surgical diagnosis or treatment and hospital care which is deemed advisable by and is rendered by, or under the general or special supervision of any physician and/or surgeon, licensed by a recognized state approved facility.

    It is understood that this authorization is given in advance of any specific diagnosis, treatment, or hospital care being required, but is given to provide authority and power on the part of the aforesaid agent(s) to give specific consent to any or all such diagnosis, treatment, or hospital care which the aforesaid agent(s) in the exercise of his/her best judgment may deem advisable. Neither the aforesaid agent(s) nor any individual or organization involved assumes any financial responsibility for this action.

    This authorization is given pursuant to the laws and statutes of the State of Florida and is to be considered effective in any state or location where the Student is participating in TCYSF sponsored or approved activity.
  • Doctor & Phone #:
  • Dentist & Phone #
  • PARENT/GUARDIAN RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY

    I request permission for the above-mentioned Student to participate in sailing classes with the Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Foundation, Inc. (TCYSF), and to use boats and equipment owned, leased or operated by TCYSF.

    I understand and agree that I, or a responsible adult, will accompany the student to the location where sailing instruction and/or regattas are held and will remain at the location until either 1) the Student is excused by the Instructor/Coach or 2) the Instructor/Coach gives explicit permission that the Student may be left unattended and in the care of the Instructor/Coach.

    I fully understand that boating, sailing and water related activities can be dangerous activities, and I request permission for the Student to participate in these activities knowing they have the potential for being dangerous. I accept and assume all the risks of injury or death of the Student, damage to my or the Student’s property, and accept any liability that may arise due to the Student’s actions when participating in activities, including injury or death or damage to the property of others.

    I represent to TCYSF and the City of Fort Pierce, that the Student has no undisclosed physical or mental impairment other than as set forth on the TCYSF medical information form, and further represent that the Student has no physical or mental limitations or chronic ailments that will prevent him/her from safely participating in the program.

    I agree to be responsible for all damages occurring to any TCYSF boats or equipment while said boat or equipment is being used by the Student.

    I am fully cognizant of the risks of boating, sailing and water related activities, and I understand and agree that the TCYSF and the city of Fort Pierce on-shore and off-shore facilities, including but not limited to hoists, storage facilities, launching ramps, docks and moorings shall be used solely at the Student’s own risk.

    In exchange for the Student being permitted to participate in these activities I hereby release and agree not to make or bring any claim of any kind against TCYSF and the City of Fort Pierce, or their officers, directors, members, employees, contractors or guests, or any landowners, landholders, or other persons making property available to or for TCYSF, for any injury, including death, to the Student or any damage to my or the Student’s property whether arising from anyone’s negligence or not, or any other cause arising out of the Student’s participation in these boating, sailing or water related activities. I also agree if anyone makes any claims because of any injury, including death, or for any damage to my or the Student’s property, I will keep all those released by this agreement free of any damages or costs because of those claims.
  • TREASURE COAST YOUTH SAILING FOUNDATION, INC., BYLAWS
    Article IV, Section 4 - Suspension or Termination

    Membership may be terminated by resignation or action of the Board of Directors.

    The Board of Directors, by a two-thirds vote of those present at any duly held and constituted meeting, shall have the authority to discipline, suspend or terminate the membership of any member of any class when the conduct of such person is considered detrimental to the best interests of the Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Foundation.

    The Member involved shall be notified of such meeting, informed of the general nature of the charges and given an opportunity to appear at the meeting to answer such charges.

    The Board of Directors shall, in the case of a Sailing Member (Student), give notice to the Parent(s)/Guardian(s) of the Student. The Parent(s)/Guardian(s) may appear with the Student in the capacity of an advisor before the Board of Directors or a duly appointed committee. The Board of Directors or the committee shall have full power to suspend or revoke such Student’s right to future participation. If either the Parent(s)/Guardian(s) of the Student, or the Student, fail to appear after having been given notice, the Board of Directors, or the committee, may dispose of the matter at its sole discretion.
  • RULES AND REGULATIONS

    1. All students participating in the scheduled sessions of the Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Foundation’s (TCYSF) ‘Green Fleet Development Program’ must have taken a TCYSF instruction class or show equivalency.

    2. All students must have turned in properly completed Emergency Medical Information and Permission for Treatment forms prior to the start of any session.

    3. Scheduled events in this program will begin promptly at the time set by the TCYSF, and at its site located at Jaycee Park, Fort Pierce, Florida, unless instructed otherwise.

    4. Parents/guardians of students, or a responsible adult assigned to supervise them and so noted by the Instructor/Coach, must remain at the site unless specifically excused from that responsibility by the Coach/Instructor. Failure to do so will be cause for immediate suspension of the student from the program.

    5. Students are assigned their own boats each day. At the end of lessons, they are required to clean and store their individual boat and equipment as soon as classes are complete and before doing anything else! Report any broken equipment to the Instructor/Coach.

    6. Students are required take proper care of assigned boat and other equipment and may be held responsible for damage to any boat or equipment if behaving improperly.

    7. Students must provide and wear their own personal flotation device while on the water.

    8. Students must wear proper footwear at all times. Water shoes or booties are recommended. Flip- flops are not permitted for safety reasons.

    9. Students must remain in contact with the Instructor/Coach at all times.

    10. Students may not play on any equipment located at the Treasure Coast Youth Sailing site including boats, racks, etc.

    11. Good behavior, manners and sportsmanship are important. Students who are disruptive or uncooperative may be suspended from a class session or the entire program at the sole discretion of the Instructor/Coach(s) or Board of Directors of TCYSF.

    OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    1. Sunscreen should be applied, and light color shirts/hats should be worn.
    2. Students should carry a water bottle on their boat. Drink before you are thirsty.
    3. A hat/visor and proper sunglasses are highly recommended to protect eyes from the harmful UV rays of the sun.
    4. A bathing suit, towel and change of clothes are recommended for each event.
    5. All personal property is the responsibility of each skipper (Participant) and should be kept in a small zipper style duffel bag.
    6. In poor weather conditions, instruction in basic sailing theory and other appropriate sailing lessons may be held in another location with the aid of sailing videos, text material, etc. Parents will be notified in advance and will be responsible for transportation to and from said location.
    7. Students should respect the generosity of any alternate location/facilities and conduct themselves accordingly.
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Once the Registration Form has been completed and submitted, you may make payment by clicking on the below button or submitting a check made out to “TCYSF” with a notation of Student’s Name and class selection, and send to P.O. Box 1783, Fort Pierce, FL  34954.

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Treasure Coast Youth Sailing Foundation
FDAC Registration Number: CH19849

Disclosure Statement

“A copy of the Foundation’s official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.”

Division of Consumer Services: 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352) http://www.floridaconsumerhelp.com