U-SAIL of Central Florida Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Dock Party on Oct. 7 Image

U-SAIL of Central Florida Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Dock Party on Oct. 7




SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. (Sept. 24, 2018) – Captain DJ and her crew are throwing a dock party extraordinaire on October 7 to show their appreciation for the students, visitors, businesses and friends who have supported U-SAIL of Central Florida throughout the years. The Sanford dock party will feature raw and steamed Florida oysters from Oyster Bob’s Nautical Nonsense Traveling Oyster Bar Company as well as delicious appetizers and a selection of potluck items. Guests can also enjoy music, games and other nautical entertainment.

U-SAIL offers structured sailing lessons to Central Florida locals and visitors from the southern shore of Lake Monroe, home to “Sanford Sailfest,” the nation’s largest inland regatta which returns this year from December 8-9. Lake Monroe is a freshwater lake that spans 9,406-acres and is part of the St. Johns River, located approximately 20 miles north of Orlando in the heart of Seminole County. U-SAIL’s services include basic sailing lessons on keelboats and ASA certifications, basic coastal cruising courses and coastal navigation.  

The 10th anniversary celebration will take place at 531 N. Palmetto Ave, A-Dock, Sanford, FL 32771.


About Orlando North, Seminole County:

Teeming with old Florida charm and young Florida vibrancy, Orlando North, Seminole County serves up nationally-recognized venues for youth, collegiate and amateur sports tournaments, along with nature-based recreation, eclectic dining, an emerging micro brew scene, plus a year round calendar of festivals, events and sports tournaments. With over 2,000 waterways, visitors discover a wide array of thrilling outdoor pursuits from paddling in clear freshwater springs and rivers, to air boating among alligators, or zooming through an aerial zip line course. Recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Sports Tourism Award from the Florida Parks and Recreation Association, Seminole County proudly presents an array of sports and training facilities for amateur tournament play, including the 102-acre Boombah Sports Complex at Seminole County in Sanford. And getting here is easy via Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB), Orlando International Airport (MCO), aboard the Amtrak Auto Train, or via auto on I-95 and I-4. Here overnight guests save 30% on accommodations compared to Orlando hotels. All this, and it’s just a short drive to area theme parks and beaches too. 1-800-800-7832 or 407-665-2900 or visit: www.PlayOrlandoNorth.com


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