General Registration Day on March 30th, 2019

Students and Non-students are invited to register for their UBC Sailing Club membership for 2019-2020 Season.
Community memberships are limited and very competitive. Therefore, we strongly encourage non-students to arrive early to secure your spot.
Student memberships are unlimited.

Contact registrar@ubcsailing.org with any concerns about registration or check out our website https://ubcsailing.org/

When: March 30th, 2019 (Saturday)
Time: Registration begins at 10:00 AM
Where: Burrard Banquet Room (North West + North East Rooms), Jericho Sailing Centre

Come volunteer with us on Saturday morning to earn some work hours. Sign up here.

Returning Members’ Night on March 29th, 2019

This is the night to renew you UBC Sailing Club membership, party with your sailing friends and make new ones, as we kick off a new season on the water!

Sign up in the Burrard Banquet Room (NW+NE Rooms), then go next door to the Surf and Turf Room for social.
Fine beers and tasty pizza will be on sale at the party. Pizza and beer for $4 each.

When: March 29th, 2019 (Friday)*
Time: 6:30 PM – 11:00 PM
Where: Burrard Banquet Room (North West + North East Rooms), Jericho Sailing Centre
* If you want to maintain your membership for next year, you must register by this date!

If you are a student, please bring your valid student ID with you. 
If you are a returning member, please bring your Jericho card with you.

Contact Tim at registrar@ubcsailing.org for any concerns about registration.
Contact Audrey at social@ubcsailing.org for any questions about helping out at the event!

If you would like to earn work hours while you make new friends and help out the club, please sign-up here.

Job Posting: 2019 UBC Sailing Club Instructors

Working for the UBC Sailing Club is a highly rewarding position, giving you access to our fleet as well as being part of our vibrant sailing community. We are looking for energetic, passionate sailors, who enjoy teaching their skills to beginners and intermediate students. We are looking for multiple instructors so feel free to apply at any time or contact us about working the following season (April 1st – November 1st each year). You do not need to be a UBC student to apply for this position.
 

Scope

The position requires you to work independently most of the time. You report directly to the Head Instructor and the Lessons Coordinator. Duties to include:
  • Lesson planning and implementation
    • Reading all relevant materials for your class
    • Finding relevant resources (video’s, documents) for your students.
  • Contacting your class the week before the start of the lesson.
  • Preparing your motor boat and materials so that you are ready to start on time.
  • Assessing student abilities and wind conditions and adjusting classes if needed.
  • Giving regular, positive and useful feedback to students.
  • Updating and staying in contact with the head instructor about your availability.
  • Dealing with emergency situations.

Terms

Contract: April 1 – November 1, 2019 (returning teachers in good standing are always welcome the following year).
Compensation: $18-$22/hour depending on experience and years active as an instructor.
 
Please note: ​Classes usually run on weekends (9:30am to 5:00pm) and after normal work hours (5:30pm-9:30pm Monday through Friday) throughout the summer.
Being an instructor for the club is meant to be a supplement to other work or school as we do not offer full time hours.

Requirements

Previous teaching experience:​ ​Any teaching experience is welcome, sailing teaching experience a plus.
Pleasure Craft Operators Card: ​You will be operating a motor boat in your classes so this is required.
VHF Restricted Operators Certificate:​ ​Required.​ This certification can be obtained through the club safety
executive if you do not have one.
Valid first aid certificate: ​Required​. Minimum certification required is Emergency First Aid w/ CPR. (Standard
First Aid w/ CPR & AED is recommended)
Sailing experience: ​You will be teaching students on ​Flying Junior​, ​Laser​, and ​Vanguard 15 ​vessels. You do
not need to have completed your sailors training through UBC, external certifications and experience are
welcome. Racing experience is definitely welcome! We will assess your qualifications based on your previous
experience as well as ‘on the water’ time to verify your skills.

Location

Our club operates out of the Jericho Sailing Centre at 1300 Discovery St, Vancouver, BC.
 

Contact

TO APPLY, please e-mail Christoph Hofmeister at headinstructor@ubcsailing.org

2018-2019 Exec Positions

The sailing club needs you! The club is run by the “exec”, a dedicated group of volunteers. They form a Executive/Steering committee and help run every aspect of the club, from lessons to boat repairs, to website design, key card system, social events, the sailing team, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and budget management.

We are looking for candidates for several positions on the exec for 2018/19.

  • Unless otherwise indicated, positions are open to student and general (non-student) members.
  • Members may hold multiple positions.
  • If you would like to apply for a position, please email the Commodore at commodore@ubcsailing.org with the position(s) you are interested in. 
  • All nominations should be sent to Commodore no later than 24 hours before the election via email.
  • Elections for all exec positions will be held at the Annual General Meeting on Thursday October 4th, 7:00 pm in the NE/NW Rooms at Jericho Sailing Centre.

See below for a list of the positions on the exec for  2018/19 and the current candidate.

Executive Committee Positions and Candidates

(Current UBC Students Only)

Commodore

 Shiraz El Adam

Vice Commodore

 Corey Ouellet

Treasure

 Madison Stevens, Kaartik Saravanan

 

Steering Committee Positions and Candidates

Registrar

Tim Jaschek 

Recruitment Coordinator

 Jessica Faddegon

Safety

 Othman Zeroual

Lessons Coordinator

 Aaron Lee

Monohull Fleet Captain

Chee Chan

FJ Bosun

 Erez Büyükyilmas

Laser Bosun

Tom Lee

Vanguard Bosun

Scott Elgert

High Performance Fleet Captain

 

Pierre Beugnot

Skiff Bosun

 Amy Ngai

Multihull Bosun (F18)

  Severin Vaillancourt

Multihull Bosun (Hobie)

 Federico Leone

Windsurfing Fleet Captain

Marcelo Chilinque

Windsurfing Lessons Coordinator

Yifei Zhang

Windsurfing Bosun

Arash Ghanbarzehie

Kayaking Fleet Captain

Alberto Contreras

Kayaking First Officer

Tony Seebregts

Social Coordinator

 Audrey Beugnot

Social Assistants (3)

Judy Reiman, Yuchen Xu, Peter Chen

Secretary

Ella Li

Merchandise

 Emilie Desrochers

Facilities

 Micki-Lee Smith

Power Boat Bosun

 Mihir Melwani,

Othman Zeroual

IT(Cards)

Adebola Ige

IT(Website)

Dan LaFreniere

 

 

 

Job Posting: 2018 UBC Sailing Club Instructors

Working for the UBC Sailing Club is a highly rewarding position, giving you access to our fleet as well as being part of our vibrant sailing community. We are looking for energetic, passionate sailors, who enjoy teaching their skills to beginners and intermediate students. We are looking for multiple instructors so feel free to apply at any time or contact us about working the following season (April 1st – November 1st each year). You do not need to be a UBC student to apply for this position.
 

Scope

The position requires you to work independently most of the time. You report directly to the Head Instructor and the Lessons Coordinator. Duties to include:
  • Lesson planning and implementation
    • Reading all relevant materials for your class
    • Finding relevant resources (video’s, documents) for your students.
  • Contacting your class the week before the start of the lesson.
  • Preparing your motor boat and materials so that you are ready to start on time.
  • Assessing student abilities and wind conditions and adjusting classes if needed.
  • Giving regular, positive and useful feedback to students.
  • Updating and staying in contact with the head instructor about your availability.
  • Dealing with emergency situations.

 

Terms

Contract: April 1 – November 1, 2018 (returning teachers in good standing are always welcome the following
year).
Compensation: $18-$22/hour depending on experience and years active as an instructor.
Please note: Classes usually run on weekends (9:30am to 5:00pm) and after normal work hours (5:30pm-9:30pm Monday through Friday) throughout the summer. Being an instructor for the club is meant to be a supplement to other work or school as we are not able to offer full time hours.
 

Requirements

Previous teaching experience: Any teaching experience is welcome, sailing teaching experience a plus.
Pleasure Craft Operators Card: You will be operating a motor boat in your classes so this is required.
VHF Restricted Operators Certificate: Required. This certification can be obtained through the club safety executive if you do not have one.
Valid first aid certificate: Required. Minimum certification required is Emergency First Aid w/ CPR. (Standard First Aid w/ CPR & AED is recommended)
Sailing experience: You will be teaching students on Flying Junior, Laser, and Vanguard 15 vessels. You do not need to have completed your sailors training through UBC, external certifications and experience are welcome. Racing experience is definitely welcome! We will assess your qualifications based on your previous experience as well as ‘on the water’ time to verify your skills.
 

Location

Our club operates out of the Jericho Sailing Centre at 1300 Discovery St, Vancouver, BC.
 

Contact

TO APPLY, please e-mail Christoph Hofmeister at headinstructor@ubcsailing.org

Changes to Intermediate Sailing Lessons

Please note the following changes starting April 2018:
 
 Intermediate sailing lessons will now be split into Intermediate I and Intermediate II.
 
 You can sign up for an Intermediate I Class immediately after successful completion of the Beginner class if you feel you are ready.
 
Intermediate I: This class is 28 hours of instruction class primarily focuses on the basic skills and handling of the more advanced monohull sailboats. It is aimed to give students who have passed the beginners class access to the 2 crew 2 sail Vanguard and the single sail single crew, Laser. The class may touch on the more advanced sailing techniques and Racing rules but will not be part of the passing criteria. 
 
Intermediate II: Take this course if you want to get into racing Lasers or Vanguard 15’s or want to work on skills that will help with your success in the Advanced 1 class. This is a shorter 14 hours of instruction split over 3 weeks aimed at showing you more advanced monohull skills and racing Techniques. This course is not required for you to sign up for the Advanced 1 course. However since Advanced 1 focuses on some pretty challenging skills it is highly recommended that you take this course in order to give you the best chance of success!
 
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We’re excited to announce that we’re implementing a modified Intermediate sailing lesson curriculum and structure this season. These changes will make it easier for members to progress from beginner to intermediate, while also ensuring a more approachable and smoother transition from intermediate to advanced.
 

Intermediate I will focus on sailing skills for the intermediate fleet (Vanguards and Lasers), with successful completion of Intermediate I granting the member access to those fleets. If desired, students may progress immediately after successful completion of beginner to Intermediate I, although extra practise time on the water between courses is always encouraged (in previous years 30 hours of sailing time in the FJs was required). Intermediate I will comprise of 28 hrs of instruction, cost $145, and will have a maximum of 10 students per section.

 

Intermediate II will focus on advanced sailing skills for monohull boats: rudderless sailing, sailing backwards, roll-tacking, and racing. Intermediate II will comprise of 14 hrs of instruction (2 weekend days, separated by at least one weekend to allow students to practice course material on their own time), cost $90, and will have a maximum of 6 students per section. Intermediate II will serve as the pre-requisite for Advanced I (the Hobie track will not require Intermediate II).

 

Why are we making these changes?

We’ve heard feedback from students and instructors and we think these changes will address the following concerns:

-By removing the required sailing time between beginner and intermediate, it will be easier for members to progress into the single-handed lasers, and reduce dependency on the availability of a sailing partner.  

-By splitting off the advanced sailing skills components into Intermediate II, we can better focus on sailing the intermediate boats safely and effectively, helping students master the essential skills in intermediate I. We also recognize that not all students wish to progress into more advanced sailing and racing; this change gives members more choice in their sailing instruction.

-By having a dedicated course for advanced monohull sailing skills, we can better prepare students for the skiff (Advanced I, II, and III) lessons.

 

I took the old Intermediate course… What now?

You have the option of either registering in Intermediate II or going into Advanced I. We aren’t changing your certification retroactively.

 

I registered for an Intermediate course this season online… What now?

We’ve updated the registration system and lesson calendar to reflect these changes. If you were in Intermediate A before, you’re now in Intermediate I A. Several sections of Intermediate II are open for registration.

 

If you have any questions about these changes, please email lessons@ubcsailing.org

October 29, 2017 Tsunami News

UBCSC Windsurfing Derigging Party and Gear Swap

UBCSC Windsurfing is hosting a Derigging Party and Gear Swap!

When: November 4, 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 10am – 2pm
Where: near L2 Sails (east side of Jericho Sailing Centre)

Everyone is welcome, including beginners interested in learning more about how to set up and de-rig windsurfing equipment or folks curious about windsurfing too.
We will need lots of helpful hands that day!!
Posted by your fleet captain, Marcelo 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/355922578199971/permalink/361631464295749/

Contact Windsurfing Fleet Captain for questions: windsurfing@ubcsailing.org

 

Monohull Work Party

When: November 4, 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 10am – 2pm
Where: By the boats

No RSVPing necessary — you can just show up.
We need help for the FJ’s, Lasers and Vanguards.
Work parties are a great way to learn boat maintenance skills while meeting new people you can sail with! We hope to see you there!
Contact Monohull Fleet Captain if you have questions: monohull@ubcsailing.org

 

October Photo Contest

And the winner is…
Chee Fong Chan

Congratulations to Chee for winning October’s photo contest.

Winter is coming but our photo contest is still on! Go outside/inside to take photos and you could be the next winner! Entry is easy as pie:
1) Take a photo related to UBC Sailing Club
2) Post it to the Facebook group UBC Sailing Club, share it publicly,
and tag it with #UBCSailing
3) Each month, the club will award the author of the best photo with one work hour! Multiple submissions are allowed and encouraged! Videos are also allowed.
Help get out the word about our awesome club!

 

Sailing Team Updates

UBC Sailing Team athletes were competing at CICSA Fleet Race Championships in the past weekend (Oct 25th – 26th) (Canadian Nationals) as well as North North Regatta in our U.S. conference, which is also Sailing Team’s Fall NWICSA Conference Championship Ranking Regatta!

Later this month is Frosh/Soph Regatta (Nov. 5th and 6th), followed by the final regatta of the year Pacific Coast Championships in Santa Barbara California. PCC is the largest regatta of the fall where the Sailing Team are competing against 20 universities including Stanford, UCLA, and many of the UC schools.

Sailing Team will also be having a fundraiser sailing event co-hosted with RYU on Nov. 16th where there will be a chill sailing-related workout with a hiking bench, drinks, a guest speaker, and then 25% off anything in the store! More info is to come but other members of the sailing club community are definitely welcome to join!

For more information on the sailing team:
http://www.recreation.ubc.ca/sport-clubs/sailing/

Annual General Meeting Recap

The club held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on October 4th. We discussed this season, held an open forum, and elected our Executive and Steering Committees.

September 28, 2017 Tsunami News

September Photo Contest

And the winner is…
Antony Mbugua

Congratulations to Antony for winning September’s photo contest.

Jealous? No need to be, just enter September’s photo contest, easy as pie:
1) Take a photo related to UBC Sailing Club
2) Post it to the Facebook group UBC Sailing Club, share it publicly,
and tag it with #UBCSailing
3) Each month, Nathan will award the author of the best photo with one work hour! Multiple submissions are allowed and encouraged! Videos are also allowed.
Help get out the word about our awesome club!

Annual General Meeting

Please join us for the UBC Sailing Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Wednesday, October 4th at 7pm in the Northwest room at the Jericho Sailing Centre (1300 Discovery Street, Vancouver). Pizza will be served! We will review the events from the past year, as well as elect members for our Executive Committee for the 2017-18 season. We highly encourage you to attend the AGM to learn more about the operations of our club. We also hope that you will run for one of our elected positions on our Executive Committee. Voting will take place to nominate the 2018 Executive committee, and both accomplishments from the 2017 year and major goals and direction for the future of the club will be presented. Everyone who attends will receive a credit of 1 work hour towards their work deposit. Email commodore@ubcsailing.org if you have any questions about the the AGM. A detailed agenda will be sent out closer to the AGM.

When: Wednesday, October 4th
Time: 7pm
Where: Jericho in the Northwest Meeting Room

Notice of Annual General Meeting – October 4th, 2017

Notice of Annual General Meeting – October 4th, 2017

When: Wednesday October 4th
Time: 7pm
Location: Jericho Sailing Centre in the Northwest Meeting Room

All members are invited, and those who attend will receive a credit of 1 work hour towards their work deposit, as well as free pizza!
The agenda for the AGM is as follows:

  1. Season Recap – each section of the club will present on their activities from this season
  2. Open floor (for questions etc…)
  3. Election of 2018 Executive and Steering Committees (i.e. the “Exec”)

Minutes and the slide show presentation from the AGM will be available within 14 days from the AGM, by emailing commodore@ubcsailing.org

The sailing club needs you! The exec is a close-knit group of volunteers who run every aspect of the club. Execs get a free membership as well as free lessons. If you are interested in joining the exec, please email commodore@ubcsailing.org

We are currently looking for candidates to fill the following positions for the 2017/18 year:

  • Recruitment Coordinator – ideally a UBC student, responsible for recruitment and try sailing events
  • Monohull Fleet Captain – responsible for the maintenance and organization of the monohull fleet
  • Vanguard Bosun – responsible for the the maintenance and organization of the Vanguard fleet, and assists the Monohull Fleet Captain in their duties
  • F18 Bosun – responsible for the maintenance and organization of the F18 fleet
  • Hobie Bosun – responsible for the maintenance and organization of the Hobie fleet
  • Windsurfing Fleet Captain – responsible for the maintenance and organization of the windsurfing fleet
  • Windsurfing Bosun – assists the Windsurfing Fleet Captain in their duties

You are also welcome to run as a candidate for the following positions, which currently have at least one other interested candidate. If a position has more than one candidate, there will be a vote by secret ballot at the AGM.

  • Commodore
  • Vice-Commodore
  • Treasurer
  • Registrar
  • Safety Officer
  • Lessons Coordinator
  • FJ Bosun
  • Laser Bosun
  • High Performance Fleet Captain
  • Skiff Bosun
  • Kayaking Fleet Captain
  • Kayaking First Officer
  • Sailing Team President (Must be the current president of the UBC Thunderbirds Sports Club Sailing Team)
  • Sailing Team Representative (Must be a current member of the UBC Thunderbirds Sports Club Sailing Team)
  • Social Coordinator
  • Social Assistant (3 positions available, all 3 have interested candidates)
  • Secretary
  • Merchandise Coordinator
  • Facilities Coordinator
  • JSCA Representative
  • IT (Key Cards)
  • IT (Website)
  • IT (Registration)

Nominations for the exec close on October 1st, 11:59PM. Please email commodore@ubcsailing.org if you are interested in a position by that date.
We hope you’ve enjoyed the 2017 season and we look forward to seeing you at the AGM!

September 5, 2017 Tsunami News

August Photo Contest

And the winner is…
Anton Pitts

Congratulations to Anton for winning August’s photo contest.
Lisa Mullee (Jericho Sunset) and Ella Li (Anton on glass) both placed with honourable mentions! This month, we had a secret guest jury help determine the winners.

One Last Summer Sunset – A Jericho Beach Party

Friday, September 8 from 7 pm to late

Featuring the Werewolves and DJ Deezel

Live Music – Dancing Under the Stars – Sangria – Beer – BBQ

***As we’ve had to move the party up by one day, we are extending the early bird ticket price for a few days – get your tickets for only $5 at www.onelastsummersunset.eventbrite.ca

All sailing club members, Jericho members and their guests are welcome. Please feel free to invite your friends to join us for the last Jericho party of the summer!

Don’t miss the chance to enjoy one last summer sunset with us at Jericho! Come check out the phosphorescence on the dance floor as we party like the summer will never end.

We’ll have our famous sangria, Howe Sound beer and delicious burgers available all night so remember to bring some cash with you. Come dance the night away to the funky stylings of The Werewolves – masters at re-imagining your favourite songs with a funk, roots and reggae feel!

Feel free to invite your friends to join the fun – all guests of UBC Sailing Club members and Jericho members are welcome!

Beach Party Volunteers Needed

Looking for a way to get some work hours? We need people to help with bar tending, BBQ, ticket taking and clean up for the party on Friday, September 8. We’ll also need some people to help with set up on the evening of Thursday, September 7. You will be credited with work hours for the time you volunteer. Volunteers who complete two or more shifts get free admission to the party. All clean-up hours worked between 2 and 4 am will get double work hours. Email social@ubcsailing.org and let us know when you’re available if you’re interested in volunteering.

Try Sailing

We’ll be hosting our last Try Sailing of the year on Saturday, September 9th. We’re looking for as many volunteers as we can get to take students out sailing in exchange for work hours.

There has been lots of interest in this event at Imagine Day. We expect a large turnout. If you are available, please come down to the club and help.

We’ll be showing up at ~11am to rig up the boats in preparation for students arriving at noon.

When: Saturday, September 9th
Time: Volunteers arrive at 11am
Where: By the boats

If you’re interested in volunteering, please sign up on google sheets! Please be advised that you should be comfortable with sailing whatever type of boat you intend to take out.

Questions? Email Brayden at recruitment@ubcsailing.org

Thunderbird Sailing Sport Club

Interested in joining the UBC Racing team?

Info Night – Wednesday, September 6th at 7:30pm (IBLC 261)
Tryouts – Sunday, September 10th at 10:30am (Jericho Sailing Centre)

For additional information, also click this link and info will be emailed over to you.

Splicing Clinic

Have you always dreamt of learning to splice line? Eamonn and Justin will be leading a splicing clinic to teach you the basics!

When: Monday, September 11
Time: 7pm
Location: The Jericho Member’s Lounge.

RSVP to skiffbosun@ubcsailing.org if you plan to attend.

UBC Regatta

When: Saturday & Sunday September 16th, 17th

Come out in any of our boats for a fun weekend of racing. Fleets with at least three boats get an official start, so grab some friends, lay down a challenge and get racing. Lasers, FJs, Vanguards, Hobies, Skiffs, F18s are all welcome.

There will be a licensed BBQ on Saturday evening with smokies/burgers and refreshments, so come for the racing and stay for the sunset BBQ.
Stay tuned for Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions.

Work Party September 23rd

When: Sept. 23
Time: 10:00 – 13:00
Where: By the boats

No RSVPing necessary — you can just show up. Work parties are a great way to learn boat maintenance skills while meeting new people you can sail with! We hope to see you there!

Contact monohull@ubcsailing.org or hp@ubcsailing.org with questions.

Exec Positions Available

The sailing club needs you! The executive committee is a close-knit group of volunteers who help run every aspect of the club, from lessons to boat repairs, to website design, key card system, social events, the sailing team, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and budget management. We are looking for candidates for several positions on the exec for 2017/18. Unless otherwise indicated, positions are open to student and general (non-student) members. Elections for all exec positions will be held at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday October 4th, 7pm in the Northwest Room at Jericho.

We currently do not have any candidates for the following positions for the 2017/18 year:
Commodore: president of the club
Monohull Fleet Captain: oversees the monohull (FJ, Vanguard, Laser) fleet
Vanguard Bosun: Responsible for taking care of the Vanguard Fleet
HP Bosun: (2 positions available) assisting the High Performance Fleet Captain in maintaining the HP Fleet
Social Chair: Responsible for organizing social events throughout the year
Social Assistant: assistant to the social chair
Secretary: responsible for taking minutes at meetings and overseeing newsletter
Facilities: responsible for maintaining our rooms at Jericho
IT (Cards): responsible for maintaining the keycard system
Windsurfing Lessons Coordinator: responsible for organizing windsurfing lessons

You are also welcome to run as a candidate for the following positions, which currently have at least one other interested candidate. Successful applicants for all positions will be chosen by vote at the UBC AGM on Oct 4th, 7PM at Jericho Sailing Center:

Vice-Commodore
Treasurer
Registrar
Sailing Lessons Coordinator
Safety Officer
Laser Bosun
FJ Bosun
High Performance Fleet Captain
HP Bosun
Windsurfing Fleet Captain
Windsurfing Bosun
Social Outreach
Women in Sailing Coordinator
Kayaking Fleet Captain
Kayaking First Officer
IT (Website)
IT (Registration)

If you would like to apply for a position, please email the commodore at commodore@ubcsailing.org with the position(s) you are interested in. Thank you!

Annual General Meeting

Please join us for the UBC Sailing Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Wednesday, October 4th at 7pm in the Northwest room at the Jericho Sailing Centre (1300 Discovery Street, Vancouver). Pizza will be served! We will review the events from the past year, as well as elect members for our Executive Committee for the 2017-18 season. We highly encourage you to attend the AGM to learn more about the operations of our club. We also hope that you will run for one of our elected positions on our Executive Committee. Voting will take place to nominate the 2018 Executive committee, and both accomplishments from the 2017 year and major goals and direction for the future of the club will be presented. Everyone who attends will receive a credit of 1 work hour towards their work deposit. Email commodore@ubcsailing.org if you have any questions about the the AGM. A detailed agenda will be sent out closer to the AGM.

When: Wednesday, October 4th
Time: 7pm
Where: Jericho in the Northwest Meeting Room

Fall Skiff Lessons

New Advanced 1 and 2 lessons have been scheduled in September. Get qualified for the RS500, our super sweet single trapeze skiff with spinnaker!

Advanced 1: Sept 9 (evening), 9, 10, and 16
Advanced 2: Sept 21, 23, and 24
Sign up via appspot!

Prerequisite For Advanced 1 is having passed Intermediate, and put it at least 15 additional hours on the Laser.

New Learning/Teach Resources

Check out our new sailing manuals!

These are new and may contain typos. Please contact secretary@ubcsailing.org with comments or edits.