Fair Wind Sailing School Launches ASA Sailing School on the Chesapeake Bay

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Fair Wind Sailing School announces the opening of its St. Michaels, Maryland sailing base.

Fair Wind Sailing School (http://www.fairwindsailing.com) announces the opening of its St. Michaels, Maryland sailing base. "We are thrilled to bring ASA Certification to the historic town of St. Michaels," commented David Bello, President of Fair Wind Sailing School." The Chesapeake Bay is the East Coast's top sailing area and a natural location for Fair Wind," continued Bello.

Fair Wind Sailing School will teach out of the St Michael's Harbor Inn and Spa, providing students the opportunity to get sail and spa packages in conjunction with the resort. Fair Wind Sailing School will offer its Instant Bareboater sailing lessons on the Chesapeake bay. This class teaches ASA 101, 103 and 104 in a week-long, live-aboard setting and is perfect sailing instruction for those preparing to bareboat charter or buy a boat. Fair Wind will also teach its Instant Cruiser course -- a weekend, live-aboard class covering the material in ASA 101 and 103, as well as classes in Coastal Navigation and Advanced Sailing.

About Fair Wind Sailing School

Fair Wind Sailing School is an American Sailing Association (ASA) Affiliated Sailing School headquartered in Bingham Farms, MI. Fair Wind Sailing School provides beginning, bareboat, and advanced sailing instruction from its sailing bases in the Virgin Islands, Chesapeake Bay and Panama City, Florida. In addition, sailing classes are offered in both Michigan and Ohio on Lake Erie and Lake St Clair. Fair Wind also offers classes in coastal and celestial navigation as well as ocean passage opportunities. Fair Wind also provides mono-hull and catamaran sailing vessels for crewed and bareboat charter from all its sailing bases.

For more information, contact Fair Wind Sailing School on 866-380-SAIL.

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