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What You'll Get
- C$55 per person for a three-hour Intro to Sailing Adventure (C$110 value per person)
During the Intro to Sailing Adventure escape from the hectic city and spend three hours indulging in fresh morning winds, afternoon sun, or a romantic evening sunset on a luxury 37' yacht on Lake Ontario. The Intro to Sailing adventure takes participants on an interactive trip around the Toronto Islands, where they can also choose to control the sails, take the helm, or sit back and experience the thrill of the adventure. Topics covered include how to tack, gybe, and hove-to.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 13, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid Monday-Friday. Weekends start Friday evening and are an additional $15 (and taxes). Must sign waiver. Online reservation required. All bookings are final once confirmed. Changes prior to 7 days are at the discretion of GSA; $20 change fee per ticket. No changes within 7 days. Subject to severe weather conditions and minimum numbers. Valid for the 2014 sailing season May 17-Oct 13. Price is per-person. Each participant must have a voucher. Max 10 per sail. Phone reservations are $10 extra. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gone Sailing Adventures
Senior instructor and licensed ship's master Howard Colt and his crew of three captains helm Gone Sailing Adventures, where they share their joy for sailing with the public. Passionate about wind, water, and the magic of sailing, the crew inspires nautical enthusiasts to launch into a lifetime of adventures. Gone Sailing Adventures boasts a wide range of programs geared toward all levels of thrill-seekers who are looking to harness the wind or achieve team-building goals. Its instructional programs are comprehensive, fully certified by Sail Canada and recognized worldwide. The Team of certified instructors and licensed captains uphold the highest standards of professionalism, safety, and congeniality while manning Transport Canada-licensed vessels.