2018 Registration is online!
If you have any questions about registration, please contact Margot! We'll try to make this process as simple as can be!
If the course you are registering for is full, please join the waitlist and we will enroll you immediately if total enrollment numbers allow.
Participants in the Learn to Sail program spend the months of July and August learning to sail, meeting new friends, and having fun. As the students progress in their skills, they are encouraged to participate in more courses.
Junior Sailing runs in two-week sessions 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday
Recommended ages 10+
TAUGHT IN OPTI’S AND 420’S
This is an introductory program to the sport of sailing with a focus on fun, safety and fundamental skills. Instruction includes water safety, basic boat handling and sail trim, knots, rigging and de-rigging, basic weather patterns, sailing terminology and skills, and self-rescue techniques.
Please note there will be sailing school all week despite Canada Day
Jun 25 to Jul 06, 2018
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Please note there will be sailing school all week despite New Brunswick Day
Jul 23 to Aug 03, 2018
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Prerequisites: Completion of CANsail 1-4
These levels allow our sailors to experience the level of training required to be part of a race team, while continuing to develop the skills learned in previous levels. Students are welcome to bring their own boat.
Please note: Participation at regattas within the province (at a minimum) is an integral part of the program and requires a commitment from both the parents and the sailors. Regattas require travel, and parents may be needed for some travel planning and assistance at regattas. This program is offered in 2 week sessions, however up to 6 to 8 weeks are recommended for this level of sailor.
Recommended ages 7-9
The Wet Feet program is a wonderful course to expose young children to the sailing community. These fun-filled sessions allow kids to get used to how it feels to be in a small boat on the water. It is ideal for kids that are unfamiliar with boats, and who might be apprehensive about being on the water.