Sail Canada Courses

Sail Canada
Gone Sailing Adventures offers a number of courses beyond the basic introductory sail.  If you are interested in learning how to handle a 37′ yacht then enroll in Basic Keelboat Cruising this is offered in 3 different formats
 
    Over two weekends
    Monday-Friday days
    
    Monday/Wednesday evenings
    
Check out the schedule online and use the coupon code newsletter for $50 savings.  https://www-150h.bookeo.com/bookeo/b_gosailto_start.html?ctlsrc=1397742186688&src=02h&category=3150LLA76A142C4F90391
 
For those more advanced sailors, step up your game to a live-aboard course and gain the experience required to Bareboat a charter in the Caribbean.  This course is offered Monday-Friday in both May and September. 
 
 
For those of you who just wish to learn to sail from a computer, try some of the online courses offered through Nautic-Ed the world’s most advanced online sailing education available.

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