TS&CC Youth Program - For the Love of Sailing! - 2018
Registration is now open for Summer 2018.
At Toronto Sailing & Canoe Club we offer Toronto's Best Learn-to-Sailing programs for youth ages 6 to 17. The program runs Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm starting July 3 to August 24. 

Wet Feet and CANSail 1 programs are available in one week blocks. CANSail 1-4 is also available in a two week block. The Development Race Team programs are available in one month blocks.
  • We offer an optional Hot Lunch program featuring healthy catered lunches by Blazing Kitchens Toronto.
  • The optional Early Drop-Off/Late Pick-Up program starts at 7:30am and Late Pick-Up ends at 6:00pm. 
  • Club membership is not required to participate in our programs.
  • Toronto Sailing & Canoe Club is happy to help the whole family learn to sail in a friendly family-oriented atmosphere.
Check our Youth Sailing School Frequently Asked Questions.

See below for links to check availability and register.

 

For more information email tscc.programs@gmail.com  text or call 647- 242-4856

Summer Programs
Wet Feet Program 

The Wet Feet program is designed for children 6 to 8 years old, no sailing experience is required to enroll. We introduce your children to sailing in a fun and safe environment in our sheltered, protected harbour. The program begins with two children per boat and work towards sailing a boat themselves. The course includes an introduction to sailing and boat handling skills. Our trained and certified instructors are chosen for their exceptional skills working with children. The program builds friendships, confidence and self-esteem. The Wet Feet program is available in one week blocks.

CANSail 1 

The CANSail 1 course is offer in one and two week sessions and is designed for youth from 9 to 17 years old.  No sailing experience is required to enroll in this program. Students are divided into appropriate age and skill level groups within the program. The curriculum is based on Sail Canada standards and students have the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certificates for each level by demonstrating skills learned in the program.

Although the CANSail 1 level is offered in one week blocks, the level often takes two weeks to complete. The one week session is a great way to test whether your child enjoys sailing, but may not result in them receiving their full level.

Wet Feet and CANSail 1 Program Schedule (One Week Sessions)
    • July 03, 2018 - July 06, 2018 Notefour day session due to July 2nd holiday
    • July 09, 2018 - July 13, 2018
    • July 16, 2018 - July 20, 2018
    • July 23, 2018 - July 27, 2018
    • July 30, 2018 - August 03, 2018
    • August 07, 2018 - August 10, 2018 Notefour day session due to August 6th holiday
    • August 13, 2018 - August 17, 2018
    • August 20, 2018 - August 24, 2018

  • Click the link below and select "Youth One Week Programs" from the list.
For more information email tscc.programs@gmail.com text or call 647- 242-4856
Check our Youth Sailing School Frequently Asked Questions.
CANSail 1-4 (Two Week Sessions)
CANSail 1 

The CANSail 1 course is offer in one and two week sessions and is designed for youth from 9 to 17 years old.  No sailing experience is required to enroll in this program. Students are divided into appropriate age and skill level groups within the program. The curriculum is based on Sail Canada standards and students have the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certificates for each level by demonstrating skills learned in the program.

Although the CANSail 1 level is offered in one week blocks, the level often takes two weeks to complete. The one week session is a great way to test whether your child enjoys sailing, but may not result in them receiving their full level.

CANSail 2

The CanSail 2 course is offered in two-week sessions and is designed for youth from 9 to 17 years old. Successful completion of the CANSail 1 level is required to enrol. The students will move into club 420 dinghy sailboats, a more dynamic and exciting boat that will allow the students to build on the skills they learned in CANSail 1. The curriculum is based on Sail Canada standards and students have the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certificates for each level by demonstrating skills learned in the program.

CANSail 3/4 
The CanSail 3 and 4 course is offered in two-week sessions and is designed for youth from 9 to 17 years old. Though the CANSail 3/4 students will sail as one group, the levels are independent. Successful completion of the CANSail 2 level is required to enrol in CANSail 3, and successful completion of CANSail 3 is required for enrolment of CANSail 4. Both courses generally take two two-week sessions to complete. The students will sail club 420 dinghy sailboats, and focus on honing their boat handling skills. They will also travel to a local regatta to get a taste of dinghy sailboat racing. The curriculum is based on Sail Canada standards and students have the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certificates for each level by demonstrating skills learned in the program.
  • CanSail 1-4 July 03, 2018 - July 13, 2018
  • CanSail 1-4 July 16, 2018-July 27, 2018
  • CanSail 1-4 July 30, 2018 - August 10, 2018
  • CanSail 1-4 August 13, 2018 - August 24, 2018

Click the link below and select "Youth Two Week Programs" from the list.

 

For more information email tscc.programs@gmail.com text or call 647- 242-4856
Check our Youth Sailing School Frequently Asked Questions.
Development Race Team (CANSail 5/6)

The CanSail 5 and 6 course is offered in one-month sessions and is designed for youth from 9 to 17 years old. Though the CANSail 5/6 students will sail as one group, the levels are independent. Successful completion of the CANSail 4 level is required to enrol in CANSail 5, and successful completion of CANSail 5 is required for enrolment of CANSail 6. Both courses require at least one one-month session to complete. The students will sail club 420 dinghy sailboats, with a large focus on boat speed and racing strategy. They will also travel to local regattas to demonstrate their skills in a competitive setting. The curriculum is based on Sail Canada standards and students have the opportunity to earn nationally recognized certificates for each level by demonstrating skills learned in the program. Opportunities to train in the spring and fall are also available. 

Parents may be asked to help provide transportation for athletes and boats to and from these local regattas. Regatta expenses are not included in the program fee: this includes regatta fees, travel expenses, food and any other personal expenses.

  • One Month Cost: $1155.00 
Development Race Team (CANSail 5/6) - One Month Sessions
  • TS&CC Development Race Team -  July 3, 2018 - July 27, 2018
  • TS&CC Development Race Team - July 30, 2018 - August 24, 2018

Click the link below and select "Youth Development & Laser Race Teams" from the list.

 

For more information email tscc.programs@gmail.com text or call 647- 242-4856
Check our Youth Sailing School Frequently Asked Questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What time does the Camp operate and is there a early & late program?

The programs operate between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday to Friday, we also offer an Early drop off starting at 7:30am and Late pickup program until 6:00pm daily. 

Cost for early and late program: $37.50 per week HST included

2. What is the Lunch Program menu and cost?

Our optional lunch program is offered from July 4 to Aug. 25 that  give students a healthy hot lunch that includes several main choices, vegetables and salads every day. Our menu changes daily providing an excellent variety of healthy choices. 

Cost:  $55.00 per week HST included

3. What do students need to bring?

Everyone must bring a CSA-approved Lifejacket or PFD that fits properly and is correct for their weight. They can be purchased at any Marine Supply store, Canadian Tire, Walmart and other shops. We recommend purchasing a yellow or orange colour.

A water bottle and a peanut-free lunch if you have not registered for the Lunch Program.

Waterproof sunscreen, hat and at least one change of clothes as well as swimming attire, a wind jacket and towel. Shoes should be non slip and not damaged by water.  Running shoes or Teva type sandals are often worn.  Barefoot is not allowed.

4. What if the weather is too bad to sail?

Part of the program includes on-shore training activities such as learning knots and other classroom instruction.

5. My child can’t swim – is that a problem?

While it is not essential that your child be a good swimmer, we find that children who are scared of the water do not enjoy sailing. Your child should feel comfortable around the water but regardless of swimming ability, will be wearing a lifejacket or PFD when in the boats or on the docks.

6. What safety measures do you have?

Our instructors are all qualified in boat safety and first aid. A life jacket or PFD must be worn at all times when sailing on the water and on the club docks. We ensure that there are always an adequate number of instructors by limiting enrollment. Whenever students are on the water, there are instructors in support boats in attendance to provide assistance.

7. What if the course schedule does not work for me but I still want to learn how to sail?

We offer private lessons for adults and youth. These lessons can be for one-on-one or two students to one instructor. Click “Private Lessons” to learn more.



Contact Us

1391 Lake Shore Blvd West

Toronto ON M6K 3C1

Phone: (647) 242-4856 (enquiries regarding our programs or fleet membership - 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday - Friday)

Clubhouse Phone: (416) 531-0403

Email: tscc.information@gmail.com

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