Jaime’s Local Love: Go Sail Arizona

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Jamie's Local Love: Go Sail Arizona

Posted: Mar 22, 2017 1:01 PM CDTUpdated: Mar 22, 2017 3:28 PM CDT

LAKE PLEASANT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) –

Identical twin brothers Clint and Jared Sutter grew up going to Lake Pleasant. Growing up in Peoria, it was a place they came to fish and play in the water.

As they got older, the brothers stayed tight, venturing into floral and auto glass businesses together before returning to the water. Now, Capt. Clint runs Go Sail Arizona and Capt. Jared runs Go Paddle Arizona.

The side-by-side businesses on the Lake Pleasant Harbor met the Sutters’ love of the lake and savvy business sense.

Captain Clint’s primary goal is to introduce sailing with a new image. promoting affordability, safety, practicality, and continued education in both Arizona and Southern California.

Go Sail Arizona is one of the many American Sailing Association (“ASA”) affiliate schools located around the world, teaching people how to sail.

The ASA is the preeminent sailing instruction organization in the world. ASA certificate holders can charter boats throughout the world with their certifications. Through its sailing program, the ASA will help you learn to sail safely and confidently. ASA-certified Students can go from basic lessons to advanced sailing courses, earning certifications that are recognized around the world.

Go Sail Arizona teaches Basic Keel Boat 101, Basic Coastal Cruising 103, Bareboat Cruising 104 and Coastal Navigation 105.

People who travel to Phoenix are surprised that they came to Phoenix to go sailing for the first time. Their excursion is filled with the amazing sunsets that Arizona offers, along with plenty of wildlife, beautiful, clean water, and all within the convenience of less than an hour in travel time from nearly anywhere in Phoenix.

Best of all, the Sutter brothers say sailing is a perfect sport for all ages – whether you’re 8 or whether you’re 80. It promotes longevity, relaxation, and will keep you active physically and mentally for years. They love that their office is on the water.  Energetic, bright and personable, Captain Clint is passionate about bringing sailing to

Arizona and bringing you one step closer to accomplishing your dream of learning how to sail.

GoSail Arizona also hosts many events throughout the year to include flotillas over to Catalina Island.  Go Paddle AZ offers paddle boards, kayaks, and even paddleboard yoga.

What a great way to spend a day!

See you next Wednesday!

Jaime

GoSailArizona.com

8708 W Harbor Blvd.

Peoria, Az 85383

602-882-4398

gosailarizona@gmail.com

www.gosailarizona.com

www.gopaddleaz.com

Instagram: @gosailarizona

Facebook: www.facebook.com/GoSailAZ/

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Captain Clint

Owner and ASA Instructor at Go Sail Arizona
Hello! My name is Clint Sutter, owner of Go Sail Az at Lake Pleasant in Arizona. I am also the Operations Manager and Lead Captain for the 65 foot Phoenix Cruise Boat. I am a USCG licensed captain and American Sailing Association sailing instructor. I am certified to teach Basic Keelboat 101, Basic Coastal Cruising 103, Bareboat Cruising 104, and Coastal Navigation 105. I am an identical twin and native to Arizona for 36 years. I have a 13 year old son named Ethan and a Border Collie named Hoji who I love so much. I've owned many boats over the years from small performance dinghies to catamarans and larger cruising sailboats. I have many years of experience skippering larger sailboats up to 50 feet along the Mexican and California coast. Ports to include: San Diego, Newport, Long Beach, Marina Del Rey. Boats I've sailed: Beneteau 40, 42, 46. Jeneau 40. Hanse 40. Hunter 32, 36, 46. Catalina 14, 18, 22, 25, 28, 30, 32, 36, 40. Prindle 16, 18. Hobie 16, 18. Nacra f18. Sabre 30. Bavaria 46. My goal is to share the sport of sailing with as many as I can in hopes that it makes them as happy as it has made me. I am currently a member of the ASA, US Sailing, The Arizona Yacht Club, The Lake Pleasant Sailing Club, and Marina Sailing.

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