Classes & Lessons
Sailing & Windsurfing
Sailing & Windsurfing – Sac State Aquatic Center
The Aquatic Center offers classes and clinics for Basic Sailing (Quest), Basic Windsurfing, Basic Keelboat (Holder 20), Keel Clinic, Laser Clinic, Pico Clinic and Sail Refresher clinic.
Capital Outrigger was established as a program of the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in 2016. Since that time the program has evolved as a club that is active in Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association (NCOCA)
The Aquatic Center offers our Basic Rowing classes for those wishing to learn in a single rowing shell or or Sweep Rowing class for those wanting to learn in a two person, four person or eight person rowing shell. We also offer private instruction and provide training facilities for crews around the world. If you are looking for information on rowing crews please visit our teams page.
Water Ski & Wake board
The Aquatic Center offers a multi-level wake board and water ski class, private lessons and a family ski night. We are home to the Sacramento State Wake board Team and the Sacramento State Water Ski Team. The Aquatic Center also offers children’s wake board and water ski camp, please see our Youth Programs section for more information.
The USA Water Ski Learn to Slalom Basic Skills Challenge Series
The USA Water Ski Learn to Slalom Wakeboard Skills Challenge Series
Power Boat & Jet Ski Classes
The Aquatic Center offers a variety of classes for boaters from our Personal Water Craft (PWC) “Jet Ski”, to our two different power boating classes. We also offer a trailering clinic or private lesson in any of our classes. If you are looking for a fun evening on the lake with your family check out our Personal Water Craft (PWC) family night.
University Kinesiology Classes
The Aquatic Center offers University Kinesiology classes in Beginning and Intermediate Sailing, Basic Windsurfing, Water Skiing/Wakeboarding and Basic Olympic Rowing.
These classes are available to registered Sacramento State students only. Classes must be added through “MySacState.”