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Sail these holidays

30 Aug 2011

Docklands Yacht Club will conduct a holiday program during the first week of the school holidays.

Dates are Monday 26, Tuesday 27, Thursday 29 and Friday, September 30. Classes will start at 9am and finish at 3pm each day.

The beginners category for Learn to Sail will be an important part of the program. Using the club-owned training fleet the beginners will be taught the basics. The holiday program will be open to more experienced youth sailors as well.

The registration fee of $300 for the four days will include insurance, life jackets and boats being supplied. The club’s training principal Ray Allen and the other trainers all hold “Working with Children” cards.

All enquiries to Ray on 0429 868 304 or email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Registration forms can be found on the training page at http://www.docklands.yachting.org.au

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