Welcome to Junior White Sail & White Sail Advanced

White Sail is the second step in the sailing sequence, after completion of Wet Feet program. Older children without Wet Feet sailing experience as well as children over 9 yrs of age with Wet Feet experience, may be considered in this program. Generally, sailors spend a minimum of four weeks in each step of the White Sail sequence, depending on skill level. 


White Sail 1:
This is for the beginner sailor, ages 9+, or children who meet the requirements outlined above. Basic sailing skills will be taught with an emphasis on FUN! We will cover nomenclature, safety, rigging, crewing and also introduce steering. We will emphasize and foster a love of sailing and waterfront activities, which will translate easily into sailing skills. Please see your child's sailing instructor to help determine when your child is ready to move up to White Sail 2, as this will vary on an individual basis. 

White Sail 2:
This is for the intermediate sailor, ages 10+ (recommended age) who has a working knowledge of sailing and boating safety. Steering will be offered and encouraged, but not required. These sailors will be expected to venture out in higher winds than White Sail Introduction. Certain activities may be combined with other White Sail groups according to class size, wind strength and students age. 

White Sail 3:
This is for the intermediate sailor, ages 10+ (recommended age) who has a working knowledge of sailing and boating safety. Steering will be offered and encouraged. These sailors will be expected to venture out in higher winds. Instructors will focus on preparing sailors to move into the 420's. Certain activities may be combined with other White Sail groups according to class size, wind strength and students age.

Day/Time:
Monday through Friday
9:00 am until 4:00 pm

Cost:
Weekly: $310.00 Member | $370.00 Non-Member

Please Note:
Prices are in Canadian Funds, and include taxes.
A Member may take a Non-Member's spot up until 2 weeks prior to the start of the class. A full refund will be given to the Non-Member. Non-Member's will be guaranteed a place in a Day Camp program in the event a Member takes their place.
There are no refunds in the event of inclement weather (on-shore instruction will still take place). 

Location:
Classes meet on the Germain Lawn.

What to Bring

  • Life jacket
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat & sunglasses
  • Sandals/water shoes
  • Towel
  • Spare change of clothes
  • Lunch
  • Water bottle
  • Rain jacket/pant depending on weather
  • Running shoes
  • Sailing gloves (optional)

‚Äč2023 Program Dates:
Week 1: June 26th - June 30th 
Week 2: July 3rd - July 7th 
Week 3: July 10th - 14th 
Week 4: July 17th - July 21st 
Week 5: July 24th - 28th 
Week 6: July 31 - August 4th 
Week 7: August 7 - August 11th
Week 8: August 4th - August 18th 

Wednesday Racing - Opti, O'Pen Skiff, 420