Sea Adventure Camp Costs

A camper’s spot will not be confirmed until payment has been made.

• $295/camper for kids ages 11-16 (9 am – 4 pm)
• $295/camper for kids ages 8-10, full-day weeks, 9 am – 4 pm
• $160/camper for kids ages 8-10, half day weeks, 9 am – 12:30 pm; $130 for the week of July 4th since there is no camp on July 4th.
• $145 for Explorers (Ages 4 & 5); $115 for the week of July 4th, since there is no camp on July 4th.
• $145 for Marine Adventurers camp (Ages 6 & 7); $115 for the week of July 4th, since there is no camp on July 4th.

* There is no camp on July 4th. Prices reflect the 4-day camp week.

Payment can be made via credit card online only or by check. If paying by check, payment is expected with two weeks to confirm a camper’s spot.

Contact Meg Myles to set up a payment plan if needed.

Checks should be made payable to Conanicut Island Sailing Foundation, or CISF and mailed to: 
7 Felucca Avenue
Jamestown, RI   02835

Registration is not complete until payment has been received.

To be clear, a camper’s spot will not be confirmed until payment has been made.

Refund policy –
1) Prior to June 1st, a $25 administrative fee will be assessed, with the balance refunded.
2) After June 1st, a $25 administrative fee will be assessed and the balance will only be refunded if and when the spot if filled.

Financial Assistance

Scholarships may be available directly from Conanicut Island Sailing Foundation. Application deadlines are November 1 & May 1.

Late applications will not be considered.

Please download the application or apply online:


E-mails and letters will be mailed 3-4 weeks after the scholarship deadline closes. Recipients have 4 weeks to get their scholarship agreement form back to Meg Myles. If no  scholarship agreement form is returned, the scholarship will be null and void.



2019 Camp Registration



CISF Survey + Feedback

We strive to make Jamestown Sea Adventure Camp the best that it can be every season. Parent and camper feedback is crucial to our continued success. Please download a survey/feedback form and either mail it in or e-mail it to CISF Executive Director, Meg Myles.

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