Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The Basic Sail course provides cadets an opportunity to develop basic sail skills and build on knowledge learned at the corps. Cadets applying for this course should be 13–14 years of age, and have successfully completed Phase Two.

Whaler Sailing

The Intermediate Sail Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop more advanced sailing and basic power boating skills. Activities include first aid, sailing and small craft operator training. Cadets applying for this course should have obtained a Canadian Yachting Association White Sail Level Three Qualification, be 14–15 years of age, and have successfully completed Phase Three.

 
Wet Days Require Wet Weather Gear!

The Sail Instructor Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop advanced sailing skills, become a qualified safety boat operator and a trained sail instructor. Activities include advanced sailing techniques, instructional techniques, coaching, and small craft and safety boat operation. Cadets applying for this course should have obtained a Canadian Yachting Association Bronze Four Qualification, Small Craft Operator Program Modules One and Three, and a Standard First Aid Qualification, be at least 16 years of age as of December 31 of the year to which they will be participating in the course and have successfully completed Phase Four.

Instructors in rescue boat, with sailors off Point Henry in Kingston, Ontario

The Advanced Sail Course provides cadets an opportunity to develop advanced sail and racing skills. Cadets applying for this course should have obtained a Canadian Yachting Association Bronze Five Qualification, have successfully completed the Intermediate Sail Course, and have successfully completed Phase Four.