Sail Buffalo

The Sail Buffalo project entails the transformation of an abandoned inlet into a Community Boating Center that provides public access to Buffalo’s waterfront. We are an accredited sailing school with a mission to create an exciting safe and secure facility on Buffalo’s Outer Harbor, enabling public access to the waterfront through boating, wellness and environmental programming. Our goal is to provide a destination for on-the-water training, holistic learning experiences, wellness and environmental education regardless of income, gender and age, including people with disabilities, and to provide a safe-haven for young veterans and their families.

Our History

Being on the water is a truly transformative experience. After the launch of our unique Eco Floating Classroom 2011, and after merging with Cazenovia Community Resource Center (501-C-3) during 2012, we have finally found an ideal location at 2 Fuhrmann Blvd by the USCG, and created a true Community Boating Center!

Let’s Go Sun-Fishing

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Let’s Go Sun-Fishing

Sail Buffalo announces a new and exciting opportunity for those who love small boat sailing

Here is a great chance to enjoy small boat sailing whether you are a beginner or you are a tried and true small boat(wo)men.

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WELCOME ABOARD

This spring 2016, we are offering Safe Small Boat Sailing and Storage. ASA certification is guaranteed!

Head Instructor and Director of Programs & Operation is Captain Pierre Wallinder, an ASA Instructor since 2004. Other credentials include: Yacht-Master PZB, Past Trustee/Maritime Chair, WNY Maritime Charter School, currently the Provider for On-The-Water Training (since 2006)

The Programs are as follows:

  • We offer Instruction & Storage for your SUNFISH or other Sail Dinghy (Small Boats Only). Season Pass $350
  • We offer safety instruction and low cost storage by the water, pay $60/month or $350 for Season Pass. Secure Gated Access. 2nd Kayak $150 Season Pass, or $40/month
By | 2016-10-31T00:44:35+00:00 March 25th, 2016|Uncategorized|1 Comment

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  1. Phil March 30, 2016 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    Hello Pierre,
    My understanding is that the harbor front has a very strong potential however Buffalo residents don’t realize this fact. Having that said there are two main options:
    1. Draw community’s attention on the possibilities and lobby to engage the local authorities to invest money.
    2. Draw investor’s attention on the potential and look for financing
    a) Local private investors
    d) Others. Have you ever considered the crowd funding?

    It is a gold mine and nobody knows it before the gold rush happens

    Regards
    Phil

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