RYA Junior Stages 1 / 2
This provides an opportunity for youngsters, usually aged 7-15 years, to get a
first taste of sailing. As well as gaining confidence and learning to sail
under carefully controlled and safe conditions, they make many new friends.
Most first time participants will achieve an RYA Stage 1 certificate; with the
more experienced working towards achieving RYA Stage 2. The course is in
Optimist, Tera and Topper dinghies that are supplied by the club, or in your
child's own boat (has to be one of these classes).
RYA Junior Stage 2 / 3
This 3 day course, usually run in the Spring half term week is for children who
have completed RYA Stage 1 and some of Stage 2. The usual age range is 7 - 15.
This course is similar in standard to the Adult Level 2 but the teaching style
is aimed more towards youngsters. At the end of the course the youngster should
be able to rig and launch a dinghy and sail to any point of the lake and return
to the jetties.
Youth Start Racing
This 3 day course is for children who have completed RYA Stage 3, or for
teenagers who have gained Level 2 or equivalent. It offers a practical
introduction to racing including how to make the boat go faster, how to start
and finish a race, how to get around the course (tactics and avoiding
collisions). With three consecutive days of sailing, we normally see a huge
improvement in skill and confidence.
Youth Sailing with Spinnakers
Do you fancy the thrill of
speed? This course will give you what you need to know about sailing with an
asymmetric spinnaker in our RS Visions, Feva or Comet dinghies. It includes how
to rig, hoist and drop, gybe and sailing the best course downwind. Great fun.
It's a 3 day course right at the start of the school summer holidays (27, 28
& 29 July) and suitable for ages 12+ (no upper limit so you can bring Mum,
Dad, Grandma or Grandpa along). If we have enough wind be prepared to get wet!
For further information and
enquiries about Junior sailing courses contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 21:26 on 21 April 2017