Maneuver 1 - Elementary Cruising Sail CrewRegular price$750.00 Sale price
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Learn the basics of sailing navigation in a 3 hours discovery on the Saint Lawrence River. In a small group or with our exclusive option, you will have the opportunity to admire Québec City, the Montmorency waterfalls as well as the Isle of Orléans. This enjoyable outing will be safely monitored by an experiences instructor who will initiate you to sailing navigation and the seafarer vocabulary while answering any questions you may have.
This introduction to sailing will let you determine if navigating is for you. Spots for this course are taken fast, we suggest you make a reservation now!
You prefer to take our exclusive option? It is now possible to do so. Please mention it when reserving.
Prices are per people.
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Monday to Thursday or 2 consecutive weekends
$750 / person*
* Furthermore taxes. Price may vary without notice.
It is also possible to pay in 2 installments, with a deposit upon booking and payment of the balance 48 hours before the activity. Enter discount code DEPOT2022 to make a deposit only and the balance payable before class.
* For the training to take place, a minimum of 3 participants is required.
Old Port Yachting Instructors
Experienced and certified
Recognized for their communication and listening skills
Passionate about the field of navigation
Sailboat from 27 to 33 feet approved by Transport Canada
In a soft bag:
In colder weather (beginning and end of the season): woolen clothing, tuque, gloves, woolen socks, windbreaker, etc.
In hot weather: t-shirt, shorts, swimsuit, change, etc.
Soft-soled, light-coloured shoes or sneakers, raincoat, rain boots, sunscreen, sunglasses
Lunch and bottle of water
Train effective crew members who will assist a skipper
Perform the main sailing maneuvers
Preparing trainees for sailing license« crewman's license»
Gaits and tacks
Raising, lowering and lowering the car
rules of the road
Safety on board
Tacks and gybes