Sydney North Saanich Yacht Club to Host 2 Sail Canada Certified Race Management Training Courses

Race management training

Jan 26, 2016

Sold your boat and still want to stay involved with racing or just want to learn more about sailboat racing and how races are conducted? Here is your chance.

Assistant Race Officer:  February 6, 2016
Club Race Officer:  February 20-21, 2-16

Sydney North Saanich Yacht Club is currently looking to organize a group of individuals interested in participating in the wonderfully satisfying fraternity of race committee. This is a great opportunity for experienced and inexperienced alike. If you are interested you can join in the upcoming Assistant Race Officer and Club Race Officer course’s, where fun happens naturally when race management is priority number 1.

All details here:  http://www.snsyc.ca/Events/upcoming_events.aspx

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