Chris Doms, Instructor
Chris is from Berwyn PA and has spent his summers sailing in ocean city at the yacht club since he was 8. Competitively racing optis, lasers, 420s, and lightnings. He's a rising sophomore at Lehigh university majoring in finance and accounting. It's his fourth year at OCSF and he's excited to return for another great summer.
Doug Mroz, Director
Doug Mroz grew up sailing and racing optis, sunfish, lasers, and 420s in Ocean City Yacht Club's junior sailing program. At 12, Doug started racing in the bay, offshore, and lightning series crewing on a handful of different boats. He traveled and competed in MAYRA events, as well as was on OCYC team racing team. Eventually he became a Sailing Instructor for Ocean City Yacht Club. At 17, Doug began skippering a J80 and raced it locally in the bay and offshore series. Upon graduation from college, Doug served as an Assistant Sailing Coach for Villanova University. Doug skippered a Viper 640 for several years traveling to national events. Currently, Doug skippers a Melges 24 where he races it locally, as well as travels to regional and national events.
Meghan Joumas , Assistant Director
Megan is entering her junior year at Villanova University, and is returning for her fourth summer at OCSF. At the age of 8 she began taking lessons at the Ocean City Yacht Club, and has been sailing ever since. Over the years she has raced Optis, Lasers, 420s, and FJs, and is a current member of Villanova's Sailing Team. Meghan is excited to be returning to our staff this year, and is looking forward to another fantastic summer at OCSF.
Jesse Price, Instructor
Although, Jesse Price is a student at Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, NJ, he has spent all his summers in Ocean City, where he is a member of the Ocean City Yacht Club. There he learned to sail Optis, Lasers, Lightning’s, and Club 420's. He has been racing Club 420's for the past 4 years in the MAYRA's South Jersey Summer Series. This series includes junior racers from all along the South Jersey coast from Cape May to Brigantine. In the fall of 2013 and the spring of 2014, he participated in the Mainline Scholastic Sailing Association at the Corinthian Yacht Club of Philadelphia, where he raced other high school students from the tri state area (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware). He has also been racing Lightning’s as the skipper or crew. In the fall of 2014, he crewed for a Lightning in the Philadelphia Cup Regatta, where they placed second against many world class sailors. Last summer, Jesse obtained his Level 1 Instructor certificate from US Sailing and started teaching at the OCSF. He looks forward to another fulfilling summer teaching at the Bayside Center.
Evan Roth, Assistant Director
Evan is entering his Junior year at the College of Charleston majoring in Finance at the business school. He has been been sailing for 12 years and also raced in the Ocean City Yacht Club program for 12 years. He has sailed Optis, lasers, 420s, lighting and sloops. Currently he holds a US instructor certification which is a Level Three and is a certified level one lifeguard. He has been at the OCSF for the past 5 years and is looking forward to another great year as the assistant director.
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