Nights of Lights Sailing Charters
Float away from the crowds and join us aboard one of our Luxury Sailing Charters during the Night of Lights celebration. Sit back and relax as we sail along St Augustine’s Bay Front where you will see the spectacular lighting display of the downtown historic district as well as the Bridge of Lions with some three million twinkling white lights. The Nights of Lights is a winter celebration where each historic downtown business and many residents participate in the historic celebration by lighting up their buildings. There is no better way to experience the brilliant light display of the City’s landscape and the Bridge of Lions than on one of our luxury sailing vessels.
2019 Lagoon 380 Reveal Social
Join us as we reveal the arrival of the 2019 Lagoon 380. The newest vessel into our sailing fleet. We will be going on short voyages (weather permitting) for those interested in joining our sailing club on December 21, 2019, at our office located inside Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor. Space is limited so please call (904) 829-0648 to confirm your spot. Light appetizers and drinks will be served ashore.
St Augustine Sailing to host students from Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind and provide sailing instruction along with onboard demonstrations. November 22, 2019, at 8:00 AM.
Rose Ann and Chuck Points, owner of St Augustine Sailing Enterprise, Inc and their many other local sailing enthusiast businesses, will host students from the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (FSBD) with on-board time on the water, a sailing and on-site classroom schedule, discussion groups, and demonstrations. In June, the sailing company hosted students from the school’s Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) Summer Academy for nine-year-old through 16-year-old students who are blind/visually impaired, deaf/hard of hearing, or deaf/blind students.
The November program is part of the FSBD elementary and middle school access point students from ages nine through 16who are blind/visually impaired, deaf/hard of hearing or deaf/blind students. They attend school at 207 North San Marco Avenue in St Augustine. Activities are designed to provide students with an opportunity to access education services and experiences in a caring, safe and unique learning environment to prepare them to be literate, employable and independent lifelong learners.
2020 Jeanneau 410 Reveal Social
Join us as we reveal the arrival of the 2020 Jeanneau 410. We will be going on short voyages (weather permitting) on November 16, 2019, at our office located inside Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor. Space is limited, so please call (904) 829-0648 to confirm your spot. Light appetizers and drinks will be served ashore.
St Augustine Sailing hosts Texas law enforcement group
Rose Ann and Chuck Points, owners of St Augustine Sailing Enterprises, Inc. recently hosted law enforcement professionals dur4ing Texas 635’s Blue’s Space program in St Augustine, Fla. The peer-supported retreat for men and women officers includes psychological and physical health activities through immersion in nature. Activities were held at Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor and Anastasia State Park, among other locations.
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind students enjoy a day of sailing instruction
Twelve students from the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind enjoyed a morning and afternoon of sailing instruction and fun learning activities at St Augustine Sailing Enterprises Inc. The owners of the business, Rose Ann Points and Chuck Points, hosted the students for a day that included hands-on sailing instruction with actual time on the water, knot tying and a complimentary lunch.