Adults and youth share classes held in sessions extending three weeks with a total of six classes for a total of 15 hours. Five-day youth camps are offered in June to include classroom introduction to principles of sailing and on-the-water experience. Click on ‘About’ for a drop down menu. Click on images to enlarge.
I’ve no need to describe a glowing list of life benefits to expect from leaning to sail. So many sources have such descriptions and reading here already hints of your curiosity and expectation. You’ve taken Step #1. Next is Step #2 which includes reviewing our schedule of sessions and finding one that fits. We want to provide for you, a child, a spouse and/or a friend, the experience our Melbourne Yacht Club members have discovered. If ‘learn to sail’ is only a ‘bucket list’ item needing a check mark, it will be our pleasure to hand you a Sharpie on the final day. But don’t be surprised if on that day you’ll want to add in a new category… ‘More Sailing Please!’
Rob Downey, MYC Director of Sailing Education
All photos show MYC boats and taken by club members Ross Herbert (main), Rob Downey,and Melissa Tribou.
Site creator: Rob Downey