Sabrina Eduardo:

Sabrina is entering her fifth summer at Eastern Point. She began her sailing career at EPYC at the age of eight, and spent many years on the EPYC race team. In high school, she was the captain of the Beverly High School varsity sailing team. Sabrina is certified in CPR/First Aid/AED, safe boating, and as a level one instructor. Sabrina is currently a student at Boston College, and still continues to sail for fun whenever, she has free time. Sabrina is excited for another great summer at EPYC!  

Brittany Bertaux:

Brittany is looking forward to her second summer at EPYC.  She has been sailing for over ten years and has experience with Optis, 420s, Lasers, Snipes, and Rhodes.  Brittany has been racing for over five years and has competed in multiple regattas in the North and South Shore areas.  She enjoys teaching all levels of sailing, but mainly focuses on coaching racing.  This summer will be her fifth year teaching sailing and she is very excited to spend the summer at EPYC! 

Sam Schale:

Sam grew up in Beverly sailing mostly on larger boats, like the Schooner Frame in Salem. This will be Sam's second summer teaching at EPYC as well as operating the launch. He started racing and sailing smaller boats, freshman year of high school where he discovered his passion for teaching sailing.  Aside from sailing Sam loves skiing and mountain biking.  Sam is currently a senior at UMass Amherst studying construction technology.

Kyle Grant- Waterfront Manager:

Kyle has been the Waterfront Manager at EPYC since 2011. He brings a knowledge and love of the sea that he enjoys sharing with all. For the 2017 season Kyle will assist and instruct students in the US Safe Powerboat course and the Adventure Week. He holds a USCG Master license and is CPR/First Aid/AED certified. During the off season Kyle is the owner/operator of a commercial tuna boat that fishes between the Canadian border and North Carolina’s Outer Banks. He also specializes in long distance boat delivery to points along the East Coast, Bahamas, and the Caribbean. When not working on the water you can find Kyle surfing or snowboarding around the US.