Sailing

Programs are taught to Sail Canada CANSail standards. Our sailing lessons involve a minimum one hour of theory and the balance on practical lessons in the water. Participants will learn how to start and stop a boat, sail to a point, sail by the sails, tack, gybe, head up, bear away, and adjust speed and balance.

Sailing - CANSail 1 - Learn to Sail Theory - Adult


The beginner sailing course will provide the background knowledge of how sailboats work, rigging balance, direction and propulsion. This course will cover the on-land content from levels CANSail 1-2. No experience is required. This course is only classroom based, and has no on-water portion.

Sailing - CANSail 1 - Learn to Sail Theory - Youth


The beginner sailing course will provide the background knowledge of how sailboats work, rigging balance, direction and propulsion. This course will cover the on-land content from levels CANSail 1-2. No experience is required. This course is only classroom based, and has no on-water portion.

Sailing - CANSail 3, 4 & 5 Advanced Sail Theory - Youth


This intermediate course will focus on teaching the theoretical content of CANSail 3,4 and 5. Students will learn upwind, downwind, gybing, hiking technique, racing theory, tactics and sail controls. This course is only classroom based, and has no on-water portion. Prerequisite CANsail 2.

Sailing Day Camps


Our outdoor sailing day camps are fun and friendly skill-based camps. Sailing day camps are available for all skill levels.

Age: 7 - 17 years