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General Information

The Northern Yacht Club offers a top notch, fun filled junior sail program during the summer months of July and August. The 2-week camps run from Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm, while the 1-week session will run Monday through Thursday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Each Friday of the 2 week session and the Thursday of the 1 week session, the program hosts a fun day, during which the sailors participate in barbeques, sailing and swimming.

Instruction is provided by Sail Canada certified instructors. The curriculum covers Sail Canada CANSail 1 to CANSail 4 levels. Certification is offered upon completion of each level. Students with no prior formal junior sailing instruction must register for at least two consecutive weeks.  Ideally, these two consecutive weeks will be in sessions 1, 2 or 4.  Children must be at least 8 years old by December 31, of this year to participate.

The program places an emphasis on safety, fun, and friendship, while also providing the children with a lifetime of memories. The Learn to Sail program uses three types of dinghies: King Fisher Pram, International Optimist and the Club 420. The Learn to Sail facility recently underwent a major renovation, providing the program with up to date equipment and a safe environment.

CANSail Fee & Sail Canada/Sail Nova Scotia Membership Fee 2017

There is a mandatory $16 fee per child for SailCanada registration system. There is also a $32 membership fee per child. Both of these fees are one-time per season and apply regardless of the number of weeks each child is registered for the summer.

200 days

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NYC Swag - Junior Sail Hoodie

Limited edition 2017 NYC Junior Sail Hoodie

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NYC Swag - Junior Sail T-shirt

Limited edition 2017 NYC Junior Sail T-shirt

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NYC Junior Sailing Association

NYC Junior Sailing Association

27 Seaview Dr, North Sydney

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