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Free Sail Information
August 6, 2013

Dear Pleon Parents and Sailors,

This is a reminder of our Free Sail policy. It has come to my attention that there have been some issues at Free Sail and it is CRUCIAL that you and your sailors understand the Free Sail guidelines. It is a great opportunity for Pleon sailors to come down and get more time on the water, but if the rules are not followed it may not be an opportunity anymore!

The Free Sail information can be found on the website by clicking HERE.

OR you can just read the information below that I copy and pasted off of the website:

We host Free Sail most Sundays from 9am to 12pm  as noted on the Pleon calendar. Here are some guidelines we would like you to read prior to partaking in Free Sail

1.) Open to Pleon sailors and parents only, so please do not bring friends unaffiliated with the club.

2.) Between 9 and noon, the club will be open and Junior Instructors will be here to help with equipment, rigging and launching. Free Sail starts at 9 and kids should be in and de-rigged by noon. Please make sure that this time frame is not violated as we have scheduled for 9-12 and could have other things happening after 12.

3.) The Junior Instructors are here to help rig, launch and provide equipment, but are not meant to be out in chase boats coaching or babysitting your kids.

4.) When kids go out sailing they stay either in the harbor, or between Peaches Point, Children's Island and Marblehead Rock. Again, know that the Junior Instructors will not be out in motor boats, so please understand that letting your kids sail outside the harbor means they are unsupervised.

5.) Junior Instructors will help rig and de-rig, but boats left without being de-rigged and/or hauled out of the water is unacceptable.

I will also print and post this on the door to the clubhouse.There are only a few Free Sails left this summer, let's try to make it right!

Thank you!

Erin