Not Yot Sailing

Sail more, worry less!

Join us in the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, Grenada and the Grenadine Islands.

 

Learn to sail on our 7-day live aboard sailing course aboard our beautiful Lagoon 39 catamaran. We’ll sail from the island of Grenada and visit several of the other islands in the Grenadines.

 

We offer an incredible experience exploring the islands while earning American Sailing Association 103, 104, and 114 certifications. Over the course of the week, you will learn to sail and gain knowledge, experience and certifications so that you are able to charter sailboats anywhere in the world.

Stay 2 extra nights Free!

We offer two bonus nights (no charge) aboard the catamaran when we return to the harbor. You can check out St. George (the historic and colorful capital), dive the reefs, take a rum distillery tour, visit a cacao plantation, drive through the dense jungle to mountain waterfalls, or tour the island in a rental car. There is so much to see and do.
Note: Additional costs, e.g., food, transportation, etc. would be your responsibility.

 

Why Choose Grenada and the Grenadines?

Grenada and the Grenadines are an incredible sailing destination. They offer a blend of culture, stunning landscapes, friendly people, abundant marine life, unspoiled beaches and they’re not crowded.

 

Why choose Not Yot Sailing?

We are a privately-owned ASA sailing school, based in Arizona since 2011. Our Caribbean ASA 103/104/114 classes are taught on our own Lagoon catamaran.

We are committed to top-notch customer service and our testimonials reflect that!

 

Captain Clint SutterOur ASA courses are taught by Captain Clint Sutter, ASA 2017 Outstanding Sailing Instructor.

 

Clint is passionate about sailing and has many years of experience teaching sailing. He has a laid-back style and allows students to learn by doing and making mistakes. Very importantly, Clint understands that students have diverse learning styles and he will work with you the way you learn best.

 

Clint also likes to have fun with the crew during the week which usually includes trips ashore to some of the local restaurants and nightlife. See Testimonials Below!

What does Not Yot mean?

Not Yot is a term my friends and I came up with over drinks at anchor. Not Yot represents a philosophy and an approach to teaching…and a passion for sailing. Not Yot is sharing the sailing life style and helping others in attaining theirs.

 

“Not Yot“ has taken on many meanings over the years.:

 

“Not Yot is reeling in a fish under full sail and hove-to. It’s being helpful on the docks. It’s a sunset cocktail.” -Capt. Clint

 

What does “Not Yot” mean to you?

 

The Not Yot experience shouldn’t end once you’ve completed our courses. Stay in contact with us and let us share your stories with other new sailors.

Testimonials

Excellent to work with, excellent training, looking forward to the next class.

– Denny Lester

Had a great time and learned a lot. It was enjoyable learning about the systems and processes of the catamaran, and the boat itself was awesome. Thanks.

– David Lyons

The instructor was perfect, patient and friendly.

– Sanchari Sen

Capt. Clint creates an easy environment for learning, provides hands-on examples, and ensures sailors focus on the practical application of the ASA skills. I took the course as a refresher before heading out into the BVIs and still found a great balance between fun, challenge, and getting comfortable skippering my own boat. I’ve been getting sailing training from Clint for over 5 years and I’m still impressed with his knowledge and surprised about how much I learn in the middle of having fun.

– CR Herro

Clint was a very easy going yet very effective instructor. His style is actual experience first, then theoretical understanding will follow.

– Rick Jones

I got my ASA 101 certification with Captain Clint and it was amazing. My wife bought me sailing lessons since I’ve always wanted to learn how to sail. Best weekend ever to be honest! Clint was really knowledgeable and patient. He let me try everything out until I really learned it. He was just a chill, easy going guy who really wanted you to learn sailing. I will be taking more classes with Clint in the future.

– Roda Hajo

Not only was sailing the boat so much fun, our instructor was very informative, funny, and helpful throughout the entire course.

– Tim Dahl

Capt. Clint went above and beyond to make sure that the class was enjoyable and informative.

– Kevin Harris