Brooklyn Marina offers a variety of sailing classes with all types of sailboats.
Apply now for Brooklyn Marina’s Junior Sailing Program by:
- downloading and completing the 2017 Junior Sailing Application (pdf)
- obtaining parent/guardian signature indicating that he/she has read and accepts the “JUNIOR SAILING PROGRAM DISCLAIMER” stated on page 2
- mailing the completed application, and a check payable to “Queens Recreational Boating Association” for the Total Amount Due, to:
Queens Recreational Boating Association
100 Brooklyn Shore Road
Brooklyn NS B0J 1H0
Junior sailing sessions are almost like day camps. They run five days a week from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, and include one hour for lunch (bring your own, or dine at the Brooklyn Marina canteen). Eight weekly sessions will start July 3rd, and conclude August 21st.
“It’s a great learning experience, it’s a lot of fun, you get out on the water every day,” says Sean Mullin, 2014 sailing instructor. “It’s a unique sport, not a lot of people sail.”
Sailing classes follow Sail Canada CANsail standards, and students could progress to become a sailing instructor if they continue to move up in their classes. Click here to view Sail Canada’s CANSail Training Module Introduction.
Participants are required to have a Transport Canada approved life jacket or PFD. They also need to be able to swim and water shoes are recommended.
A one week session are $130 for Queens Recreational Boating Association members and $150 non-members. Sign up for one week, or two, or many more.
For more information or to register, contact Celeste Johnston at email@example.com, or by phone at 902-947-2550.
Brooklyn Marina also offers adult classes, and adult sailors don’t need any prior experience. No sign up is required, just show up for scheduled classes (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 8 pm).
For more information, contact Celeste Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 902-947-2550 or 902-646-0168.