SailTime members sail all season long for an easy monthly fee.
Save Big and Sail Now! special pro-rated Membership rates on our new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 and 389. There’s still plenty of time to sail this season. No sailing experience? Some experience? It’s been a while? Or maybe you’re an old salt who wants to sail more without the hassle of owning a boat? – we offer instruction and familiarization that will get you on the water fast.
New Crew Memberships available! Try it out – sign up as a Crew Member and get to sail twice a month with a licensed Captain/Instructor plus sail as crew with our regular SailTime Members.
SailTime is an ASA Sailing School
As an American Sailing Association (ASA) affiliate, SailTime Detroit’s Sailing School offers the very best in quality on-water sailing education. Increase your knowledge and improve your skills with one of our highly qualified US Coast Guard licensed instructor/captains. We offer a full range of ASA certifications from basic keelboat to advanced coastal cruising and more. We specialize in teaching safe and effective docking techniques to ease stress when going in and out of the slip.
Weekdays : 9am to 5pm
Weekends : 9am to 5pm
SailTime Detroit is owned by Dave & Kristen Conrad who have over 20 years of commercial boating experience including managing charter fleets on the Great Lakes and the Caribbean. Dave is a USCG licensed captain and certified ASA sailing instructor. Dave and Kristen also owned a boat in the SailTime Chicago fleet for years which is a testament to the integrity of the SailTime Group. Captain Bill Sutherland is the on-site base manager for SailTime Detroit. Bill is a USCG licensed captain and ASA certified Sailing Instructor.
Under the management of Dave, Kristen and Bill, you can be assured that the SailTime Detroit fleet will be meticulously maintained and ready for your next sail!
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