Sailing Schools for Kids - Kinross (6028)

the Coastal North, the Perth Region, Western Australia (WA)

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    The Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation based in Fremantle, Western Australia offering experiential learning and leadership development programs to young people ages 14-25 aboard a traditional tall ship. During the summer months (November - March) the general public has an opportunity to experience the STS Leeuwin II on one of their 3-hour coastal sails. Passengers can get involved in sailing activities such as raising the sails, taking the helm and possibly even ... Read more climbing the bowsprit... or can simply sit back and enjoy the sail. All sails include light snacks and refreshments. Proceeds from these 3-hour sails support the youth development programs. 2015-16 SUMMER SAILING CALENDAR Sunday 1 November: 10am-1pm & 3-6pm Sunday 8 November: 10am-1pm Friday 20 November: 4-7pm Saturday 21 November: 11am-2pm & 4-7pm Sunday 13 December: 10am-1pm & 3-6pm Sunday 27 December: 10am-1pm & 3-6pm Monday 28 December: 11am-2pm & 4-7pm Wednesday 30 December: ...

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    We are a volunteer run dinghy sailing club. Sailing a wide variety of boats from juniors through to seniors. (Classes include International 14s, Javelins, Cherubs, Signets, Herons, 29ers, Jay Dees, Sabres, Open Bics, and Mudlarks. we operate every Saturday between October and April. Junior training available.

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    Leeuwin's Youth Explorer Voyages Packed with adventure and sailing activities, voyages aboard the Leeuwin are a great way to push your personal limits and overcome challenges. Leeuwin is a working ship, so during the voyage you will be part of all ship operations, from steering the ship, setting and furling the sails, navigating and cleaning the ship to climbing the masts, working aloft and standing watch while sailing through the night. Leeuwin operates under the principle of ‘challenge ... Read more by choice’: the more you are willing to challenge yourself, the more you take away from the experience. Every day aboard the Leeuwin II is unique and different. The schedule depends on sailing conditions, watch roster and ship positioning. During the last full day of the voyage, the crew will hand over control of the ship to the trainees who will nominate a replacement crew. As a group you will then chart the ship’s course and issue your own commands. The crew will only interfere if the ship’s ...

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