Designed for beginners through to experienced sailors, you'll find a course that suits you and your skill level.
A01 - 5th Oct, 7th Oct, 12th Oct, 14th Oct
A02 - 26th Oct, 28th Oct, 2nd Nov, 4th Nov
LTR1 - 14th Nov, 15th Nov, 21st Nov, 22nd Nov, 28th Nov, 29th Nov
A03 - 23rd Nov, 25th Nov, 30th Nov, 2nd Dec
A04 - 7th Dec, 9th Dec, 14th Dec, 16th Dec
A05 - 11 Jan, 13 Jan, 18 Jan, 20 Jan
LTR2 - 30th Jan, 31st Jan, 6th Feb, 7th Feb, 13th Feb, 14th Feb
A06 - 1 Feb, 3 Feb, 8 Feb, 10 Feb
A07 - 22 Feb, 24 Feb, 29 Feb, 2 Mar
LTR3 - 5 Mar, 6 Mar, 12 Mar, 13 Mar, 19 Mar, 20 Mar
A08 - 14 Mar, 16 Mar, 21 Mar, 23 Mar
A09 - 4 Apr, 6 Apr, 11 Apr, 13 Apr
Each beginner course consists of 14 hours of theory and practical coaching.
$570 / CSCC Member
LEARN TO RACE
These courses are designed for adults who have completed a Level 1 course (or have equivalent experience) and are looking to build skills on that foundation.
Private one-on-one tuition is available.
Times, types and duration of sessions can be negotiated with the office at any time.
Family groups with participants from ages 16 – 70 can be incorporated into Adult course dates.
The maximum per boat is 4 persons.
Younger family members can participate in our School Holiday or Term Time programs and learn the same skills.
Two pairs, one enclosed
(no sandals or thongs)
for the water (aqua booties or old sneakers are great) and one dry pair for on land.
Shorts or track pants are fine over swimmers.
T-shirts, woollen jumper, rain jacket, lycra rash vest.
We recommend wearing a well-fitting hat, that can’t fly off. Glasses retainers are advised.
You will get wet!
For weekend courses, there will be a break for lunch during the day. Food can be purchased from Snapper, or bring your own!
Refillable water bottles are strongly encouraged and can be carried on the boats.
Please get in touch and let us know how we can help you out.