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  • TEXT Junior Big Boat Program Guide-Digital edition

Junior Big Boat Program Guide-Digital edition

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This is a digital version of the book. It can be accessed online within two business days through the link provided or offline via mobile app.

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This is a digital version of the book. It can be accessed online through this link ( within two business days or offline via mobile app.

How do I view my book?

  • If you are accessing the book with a Member ID, your access will be granted within two business days. You will receive an email titled "Digital Textbook Instructions" when your access is granted.
  • If you are accessing the book without a Member ID, a US Sailing staff member will reach out to you directly within two business days via the email provided on your order with access instructions to the digital text. You will receive a unique access code per book you order.

For orders placed over the weekend, you will receive access within two business day.

Please email [email protected] with any questions.


The Jr. Big Boat Sailing Program (JBBS) program is structured around the use of a volunteered big boat lent for use to the program by a club member, owner, or volunteer who receives no compensation for the use of the boat or its equipment. The program allows new sailors to learn the ropes on a big boat platform – or experienced junior sailors can apply their small boat sailing skills to a new challenge. The JBBS program highlights fun, social and teamwork. With JBBS skills, teens can be valuable crew on cruising boats and club racers. The program offers an introduction to Big Boat sailing through a framework of skills designed to provide teens with the resources to participate in overnight cruises or weekly race series.

The Junior Big Boat Guide  provides a step-by-step guide for setting up the program and eight (8) lesson plans to run the program. Additionally, the Guide features a copy of U.S. Coast Guard exemption allowing for Level 1 Instructors to facilitate the program without creating a “for hire” situation.

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