Catamaran sailing camp

During the summer holidays Catamaran school Zeehelden organizes awesome sailing camps. Sailing with catamarans at sea is definitely very cool and spectacular. When you start catamaran sailing, you will be on board with an instructor. You will learn all about steering the boat, sail and weight trim and much more. If all goes well, you can get one of the five Zeehelden diplomas at the end of the week. Once you have mastered the basics of catamaran sailing, you can learn to sail independently with your buddy on one of the youth catamarans. The instructors will coach you from the motorboat. Imagine: hanging in the trapeze racing the waves of the North Sea …

During the week we will do many more fun activities that fit perfectly with summer on the beach. With the waves we will go body boarding, surfing, supping and /or kayaking. On the beach we will do fun games and sports. During the sailing camp the focus will be on catamaran sailing but if the (weather)conditions are not suitable for sailing, we have many great alternatives. Great fun during the week is guaranteed.

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For whom?

The sailing camps are for water fans from 10 to 18 years old. Participants must have swimming diploma A or equivilant.


The sailing camps take place during summer holiday from Monday until Friday from 09:00 until 17:00 hours.

– July 19th to July 23rd (Wassenaar)
– July 19th to July 23rd (Scheveningen)
– July 26th to July 30st (Wassenaar)
– August 2nd to August 6th (Wassenaar)
– August 16th to August 20st (Wassenaar)
– August 23rd to August 27th (Wassenaar)
– August 23rd to August 27th (Scheveningen)

Subscription is open on January 1st!


At KZVW Wassenaarse Slag, Wassenaar. Approximately a 10 minute drive from A44 between Den Haag and Leiden. And at KZVS Zwarte pad, Scheveningen.



The costs for the sailing camps are € 385,- per week. This includes lunches and a beach BBQ on Friday.


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Catamaran school Zeehelden is associated with KZVW and holds the primary goal of promoting water sports on the North Sea coast.