Commuting via sailboat has a number of advantages: there are no traffic jams, it’s OK for the hitchhikers to have hooks for hands, and if you hit a deer it's definitely the deer's fault. Steer clear with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $42 for a three-hour group sailing lesson for one (an $85 value)
- $275 for a three-hour private or corporate sailing lesson for up to eight (a $650 value)
Under the watchful eye of an experienced instructor, sailors spend most of their lesson on a 4.2-meter 420 dinghy, learning skills such as rigging, knot tying, and navigating both upwind and downwind in accordance with the Sail Canada's CANsail curriculum. Group lessons are scheduled Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m. Alternatively, private and corporate lessons can be scheduled Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 pm. and Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m. or 3 p.m.
Rocky Point Sailing Association
When most of the local boating club's members decided to venture into sailing large cruisers and racing, a small group of sailors remained loyal to their first love—sailing dinghies. This tightly knit crew formed Rocky Point Sailing Association, which today encompasses a fleet of about 40 boats and a staff of more than a dozen Sail Canada instructors.
At their headquarters inside of Rocky Point Park's Old Mill Boathouse, the sailors instruct kids as young as 4 years up through adults in all levels of sailing. Rocky Point's team also extends membership privileges, such as the use of a restored Columbia 27 cruiser, the Orane. To indulge competitive spirits, RPSA's crew also maintains a race team.
“Great introduction to sailing, our instructor was patient and friendly. I learned a lot and am considering signing up for more classes, as they run some good programs...”
“Great introduction to sailing, our instructor was patient and friendly. I learned a lot and am considering signing up for more classes, as they run some good programs with fair prices. ”
“thanks to the volunteers for giving others the opportunity to safely explore this sport”
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