Thinking About Coming to Learn to Sail With Us?
If you want to learn to sail in Grenada try SeaHorse Sailing School. We are a small, family run company with good eye for detail and everything is done with a personal touch. You can find out more about us below and find out why we thought the market had room for a sea training centre like theirs.
Originally from the UK, Mike has been sailing for over 35 years. He is RYA Yachtmaster Ocean qualified and a Cruising Instructor. He is a Commercially Endorsed skipper and holds an MCA STCW certificate. (Training in first aid, security awareness, fire prevention and fire fighting.) He has carried out a number of yacht deliveries, worked as a yacht broker and a commercial skipper as well as instructing.
In 2015 Mike become an American Sailing Association Instructor and holds the following qualifications:
- ASA 201 Basic Keelboat Instructor Certification
- ASA 203 Basic Coastal Cruising Instructor Certification
- ASA 204 Bareboat Chartering Instructor Certification
- ASA 205 Coastal Navigation Instructor Certification
- ASA 206 Advanced Cruising Instructor Certification
- ASA 214 Catamaran Cruising Instructor Certification
Mike loves teaching people to learn to sail. He wants to be able to make learning fun and enjoyable.
Originally from Greater Manchester, UK, Lesley’s experience of the sea was limited to cross channel ferries until she reached the age of 29, when somehow she found herself in a 37′ sailing boat, heading across the Bay of Biscay.
She spent 4 years cruising the Med before landed a job at a Yacht Charter Company in Greece. It was then she gained her RYA Day Skipper qualification. She became involved in reservations, marketing, website maintenance, and sailing school administration. But then she sailed across the Atlantic!
Lesley discovered the cruising life was not for her, but did find an advert from a yacht charter company in Grenada and St Vincent that was looking for a reservations assistant. And she got the job!
So she has been working for Horizon Yacht Charters Grenada, and saw a gap in the sailing school market for a learn to sail school purely dedicated to teaching. When not working she loves to cook and swim, but not at the same time
Why Start a Sailing School in Grenada?
Firstly, we fell in love with Grenada and wanted to make it our home. Secondly, Mike has broad experience working as an instructor with both RYA and ASA sailing schools and teaching people to learn to sail in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. So he has been in a good position to see what works well and what doesn’t work quite so well. Lesley has worked in the charter indusrty for some years and between them, they knew the key components were having a dedicated sailing school, with mature, experienced instructors, well maintained yachts and excellent, personalized customer service. And so SeaHorse Sailing School was born! So, if you want to learn to sail in Grenada, why not join SeaHorse and learn to ride the waves?
Our Grenada Sailing School Base
We are located at the True Blue Resort and Marina on the south coast of Grenada, a short taxi ride from the Airport.