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Hone your skills with top coaches and a custom tailored plan, plus innovative drills and daily video review.
Lodging and Meals
Settle into Casa ISA, situated next to the marina, and enjoy Chef Petra’s nutritious meals, scheduled around your training.
Train on new, 2016 Lasers: ideal equipment for the ideal training camp. Hull, dolly, spars and foils included.
Tom Slingsby Olympic Gold Medalist & America’s cup winner
Loved training at the International Sailing Academy in Mexico. Any Laser sailors wanting a good training camp, I definitely recommend this place.
Sailing World July/August 2014 Edition
One unique aspect of the ISA program is the sense of camaraderie that develops between participants and coaches during the week. All meals are taken together at ISA headquarters, and the on-land coaching sessions are done either with the full group or in several smaller groups, providing plenty of opportunities to share ideas, discuss backgrounds and get to know one another off the water.
Doug Peckover Masters World Champion and Blogger
The supplied Lasers, rigging area, sailing conditions, and coaching are all first class. There's a large backyard and pool. La Cruz has lots of local restaurants that serve good food at reasonable prices, but there's little need because the food served by the Sailing Academy's Petra is even better.
Bill Symes Portland, OR
Totally happy. It’s a great program; coaching, boats, facilities, schedule, support services, all superbly organized and executed. And the food is terrific!
Hugh Jervis BC, Canada
The coaching is skill-level appropriate. These guys are good and don’t make you feel awkward about not getting something right away. Our course included guys like me at the bottom of the ladder, right up through sailors who were doing the Masters Worlds.
Brenda Bowskill Canadian Olympian Rio 2016
Training at ISA was the best sailing I have done in my life. On a consistent basis, I was roll tacking in the morning, and hiking hard every afternoon. Working with the Academy coaches, I was able to achieve a greater understanding for racing, starting and planning for regattas.
What does an ISA sailor get?
|Meals and lodging provided|
|Coaching always provided|
|Brand new fleet|
|Rigging on cement and launch ramp|