During the summer months, the Charles River is filled with small sailboats. Most of them belong this organization, which is ... More
Community Boating, Inc.
During the summer months, the Charles River is filled with small sailboats. Most of them belong this organization, which is the oldest and largest public sailing program in the country. A two-day membership is available to those with prior sailing experience. A fleet of more than 140 boats includes 14.5-foot Cape Cod Mercuries, Lasers, sailboards and Rhodes 19s. The organization's primary mission is the Junior Program—children sail all summer.
Great resource for learning sailing, windsurf, kayaking.
By A Yahoo Contributor, 4/19/05
I can't vouch for the ACTUAL experience of using the boat house. I'm a nanny and take the kids for lessons.
I'm not too familiar with Boston, so I roam around the park area.
There isn't much going on in the immediate area.
People ride, bikes, walk, roller blade, and read books. There is a public bathroom (clean) beyond the hatch shell, and a vending machine for a drink. There is also a nearby CVS if you need something.
The cost to get there. Parking and Fairs(For 1 adult and 2 kids) cost $47.00 a week (I park at the Alewife Station then go from there.)
This place is honestly one of the gems of Boston. They teach the materials well, are always there in case something goes wrong, and the staff is just plain amazing. The sailing there is always a challenge because of the location in the city where the buildings cause the winds to shift. Its a nice location with a good crew.
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