A once-in-a-lifetime family travel opportunity comes to Cape Cod this weekend at 5-star Wequassett Resort & Golf Club. Visitors have the chance to sail with world-renowned U.S. Olympic sailor Lara Dallman-Weiss, Aug. 25–27.
To commemorate her first collaboration with a hotel, Wequassett created the Lara Dallman-Weiss Sailing Stay Package, in conjunction with a full weekend itinerary of events. The offer includes giving in-house guests priority access to the weekend’s activities, with four tickets to a meet-and-greet reception, one clinic or an interactive sail with Dallman-Weiss for up to four people; a welcome amenity; and 10 percent off the guestroom rate.
Dallman-Weiss is currently training for the 2024 Paris Olympics and 2024 America’s Cup in Barcelona. In addition to a sail with her, the Wequassett x Lara Dallman weekend itinerary, Aug. 25–27, includes:
Friday, Aug. 25
7–9 p.m.: The Road to Paris meet-and-greet reception with a Q&A session, open to the public
Saturday, Aug. 26
10:30 a.m.–12 p.m.: Interactive group sailing clinics on a luxury daysailer, open to the public
12:30–2 p.m.: Interactive group sailing clinics on a luxury daysailer, open to the public
2:30–4 p.m.: Intermediate clinics with a mix of classroom and water time on Sandpiper vessels, open to the public
Sunday, Aug. 27
Bring Your Own Boat: Private lessons open to the public, with proceeds benefitting Dallman-Weiss’s 2024 trip to Paris
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