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  • Week 1:  June 22 - 26

    Urban Legends of the Ocean (PM Session, 1 pm-4 pm)

    Investigate a series of realities or legends pertaining to the ocean and Long Island Sound. Use scientific evidence to formulate your own opinions pertaining to fantastical sea creatures, the Bermuda Triangle, sharks, giant wave formation, and deep sea exploration. Includes: microscopes, kayaking, and snorkeling.           $215
  • Week 1 (June 22-26)

    Habitat Hunt (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Venture to a variety of animal habitats in our local area. Go geocaching, utilize compasses, and use magnifying glasses to help reveal some of the amazing plants and animals that are living all around us. Operate microscopes to get a closer look at flowers, seeds, and different animal parts.


  • Week 1 (June 22-26)

    Fins, Wings, Paws & Claws (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Animals have amazing adaptations to help them survive and thrive. Investigate these features through examining the shapes and power of fish, shark, and dolphin fins, the flying abilities of birds, the diverse abilities of animal legs and paws, and the power of claws. Take part in an animal adaptation auction, dissect a crab, and use microscopes to make new adaptation discoveries. Includes: microscopes, boat trips, and snorkel adventures.


  • Week 1 (June 22-26)

    ROV Challenge (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

    Work in teams to construct your own ROV and complete a series of ROV challenges. Find and deliver a piece of underwater marine debris to the surface, move your ROV through an obstacle course, explore the history of deep sea divers, and create your own ROV challenge. Includes: ROV Engineering, boat trips, snorkel adventures.


  • Week 1 (June 22-26)

    Action Animals (AM Session, 9 am - 12 pm)

    Animals do all kinds of wild and crazy actions. Look into some incredible animal behaviors like hunting, hiding, communicating, posturing, and mimicking. Be surprised by what you uncover as you explore different environments, perform experiments, and carry out a squid dissection.


  • Week 1: June 22-26

    Aquarist World  (AM Session, 9 am-12 pm)

    Create, catch, feed and clean! Learn the art of being an aquarist as you build your own aquarium habitat from the gravel up. Decide as a team what sediment, algae, and animals will reside in your tank. Use water chemistry tests to make sure your aquarium is safe for your animals. Includes: aquarium care, kayak and snorkel adventures into the second biggest aquarium in the world, the Atlantic Ocean!         $215
  • Week 1 (June 22-26)

    Ocean Action (AM Session, 9 am - 12 pm)

    The ocean is full of action, adventure, and discovery. Take a new journey into the marine environment each day by foot, kayak, or boat. Learn about bait balls, action packed tide pools, and benthic communities by pulling up animal traps and collecting bottom samples. Thrash on waves using boogie boards, go on a kayak excursion, and help choose our snorkel sites. Pick a new travel destination with your class, analyze local navigation charts, and decide the route to take us to our destination. Includes: kayaking, boogie boarding, boat trips, and snorkel adventures.


  • 420 Racing Program Session 1 & Session 2 (ages 12-17)

    Session 1: June 26- July 21 Monday – Friday, 1:00 -4:00 pm 

    Session 2:  July 24- Aug 18 Monday – Friday, 1:00 -4:00 pm   

    With a NESS boat…
    $1,000 Session 1 OR 2/$1,600  Full Season (8 weeks)
    Bring your own boat…
    $750 Session 1 OR 2 /$1,100  Full Season (8 weeks)

    Pre-requisites: Opti Racing, Opti Green Fleet, and/or Instructor recommendation; minimum sailor weight 90 pounds, minimum 200 pounds total crew
    Intermediate Level - Come learn what it takes to be successful in fleet and team racing (the fun and challenging form of sailing as a team sport). Our experienced race coaches will challenge students to perfect their boat handling techniques, with the skipper and crew developing and refining coordination and mutual reliance. Students will work on improving and refining their boat-handling skills and developing together as a two-person team.   Students will be challenged to perfect their upwind and downwind sailing techniques and will learn to better use hiking straps, tiller extensions, and sail controls and will develop their spinnaker and trapeze skills.   Students will expand their knowledge of wind, weather, and tides, and will work on basic racing techniques and rules. Students will be encouraged to compete in the many local 420 regattas that we tow boats to by water.   All students will be under the supervision of our race coaches in class and at local regattas.   In addition to fleet racing, coaches will teach the techniques, tactics and rules of team racing through practice drills and a practice-race format.   The top students from this class will represent NESS in the ECSA All-Star Regatta, a college sailing formatted event hosted each year at the Coast Guard Academy in their fleets of Collegiate 420’s and FJ’s.   This class will also participate in the popular and fun ECSA team racing series.     All students will be under the supervision of our experienced race coaches in class and at both fleet and team racing regattas.
  • Week 10 (August 28-September 1)

    Little Aquanaut Adventures (AM Session, 9 am - 12 pm)

    Get a taste of kayaking, surfing, stand up paddle boarding, and crabbing in this adventure program.  Build your muscles with a taste of kayaking, practice your balance using surfboards, scour the bottom for your catching while crabbing, and use underwater video cameras to investigate the ocean depths. 


  • Mission Splash (Ages 6–10)

    July 5-7, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm  $125/week

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    Venture on a new mission each day to new remarkable locations around Winnapaug Pond and Wuskenau Beach.  Explore the nooks and crannies of the salt pond using kayaks.  Thrash on waves using boogie boards and help choose our snorkel sites.  Pick a new travel destination with your class, analyze local navigation charts, and decide the route to take us to our next destination.  

    Includes:  kayaking, boogie boarding, snorkel adventures, playing in the salt pond and the ocean.