2020 SUMMER SAILING CAMPS
We are back!
After few days of evaluation, we decided to reopen our Summer Sailing Camps for the next 3 weeks. The structure of the camp will be different, always keeping in mind the health and safety of our sailors and staff.
The next 3 weeks of Summer Sailing will have 3 sessions per day of 2 hours per session.
The entries are capped at 5 sailors / session and a minimum of 3 is required to run the session.
We suggest to register sailors from the same family, household or friends for the same session.
Thank you for your support.
Week 1R - August 3rd - 7th
Week 2R - August 10th - 14th
Week 3R - August 17th - 21st
Monday to Friday
Session 1: 0900am - 1100am
Session 2: 1130am - 0130pm
Session 3: 0200pm - 0400pm
Please, download the following documents read them carefully and sign them.
Six reasons kids should sail
1. Self-Confidence. There is simply nothing like being able to pilot your own craft at the age of 9 years old. Riding a bike is one thing. Skillfully steering and docking a sailboat is quite another.
2. Spatial Awareness. When kids learn how to navigate a boat through narrow spaces and tight turns—how to avoid collisions, coast to a dock with finesse, or squeeze into a packed starting line at a regatta—they develop a spatial awareness that will bring them prowess activities that involve coordination. Like driving, for instance.
3. Accountability. Taking the helm gives a child an accountability for his or her actions. Recreational and racing junior sailors alike face right-of-way situations all the time and have to take responsibility for mistakes.
4. Vision. Balancing the finer details inside the boat with the larger picture of the racecourse or channel is a key skill to hone. This balance helps in school, business, in life.
5. Shipshape habits. Sailing students learn how to properly rig and unrig a boat. Kids learn to put things away in the right place, and keep them tidy while on the water. That’s a skill no mom or dad can argue with.
6. Bravery. Sailors push their fear threshold. Most kids are scared of capsizing before they experience it. Many are scared in strong breezes. They still capsize and they still go out in rough conditions. the situation, but ultimately, the kids have to overcome their fear.