Maximum 3 people per training sessions, Must have your CANSail 2. Classes are on Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs at 6:00 pm and everyone will be tested on the Saturday at 10:00 am. Taught by Peter Legein. For more info please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are the current holder of an up to date Toronto Port Authority Harbour Licence and a Pleasure Craft Operators permit. Please confirm by email to email@example.com your PCOC card number and TPA license number.
We will be compiling a list of our current certified operators and that list will be posted in the clubhouse.
We will host an information session that will outline the 'do's and dont's' on the Mooredale powerboat fleet.
Note: Only members who have both cards up to date can operate our powerboats.
If you are an experienced sailors, you can join Mooredale Sailing Club and get access to the club boats. You just need to take an appointment with one of our skipper examiner. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skipper Examiners Skipper examiners evaluate new members who are experienced dinghy sailors and would like to have Skipper B sailing privileges without taking the CANSail beginner's sailing course (previously White Sail). Along with another skipper examiner, they evaluate members for Skipper A status to ensure that they have the required skills to sail in 15 knot winds. They take an active role in helping members become better sailors and to make appropriate sailing and boat decisions.
New Members With Previous Sailing Experience New Mooredale members with previous dinghy sailing experience need not take the beginner's sailing course and may apply for "Skipper B" status (limited sailing privileges). The applicant must demonstrate the following drills on the water to one of our skipper examiners.
Tacking, Gybing and Stopping an Albacore Dinghy (so that you don't bang into the dock)
Object Retrieval (aka Man Overboard Drill)
If you have not sailed for some time, or have not sailed in a dinghy, we recommend that you take the beginners course as a refresher. This will assist you in integrating into the club and meeting other club members. It will also refresh your rigging, de-rigging and sailing skills with over 40 hours of instruction.