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"The key to learning is learning with the right tools. If you are going to sail a modern 40\' sailboat, thats what you need to learn on, not a twenty year old thirty footer. The Points of Sail program is carefully focused for busy people who truly want to sail a large, modern boat".
-- Jim Skeoch
Are you new to Sailing?
If you are unsure of your ability to operate a large sailboat or yacht, call us, we have extensive training programs that are designed to get you safe and comfortable with your boat, thereby ensuring maximum enjoyment. Whether you are new to sailing or looking for sailing schools in Ontario, contact Points of Sail at (905) 320-3861 to find out more information.
Our Basic Keel Boat course at Points of Sail is designed with new sailors, or those thinking of getting into mid and large size sailing boats, in mind. The program is 35 hours in duration, presented over 2 weeks with optimal flexibility in dates. On successful completion of this program you will be able to safely operate a vessel in this group, and will be fully prepared for progressing to other, more advanced, programs. (Call us for details on our Intermediate and Advanced courses held in Georgian Bay and the Caribbean).
Learn to Sail - Toronto Sailing Clubs, Schools, Ontario Sail Training Lessons
Anyone can learn how to sail with the right sailing instructor. At Points of Sail, we make it easy for you to learn how to handle sailboats or even a yacht. With the beautiful summer seasons here in Canada, learning how to sail can be an amazing experience for friends and family alike. (905) 320-3861
Are you looking for professional Sailing Instruction and lessons in Toronto and surrounding Ontario cities that are CYA approved? At Points of Sail, we offer the best in affordable sailing lessons without owning a boat or yacht. Sure, you can look for sailboats and yachts for sale, but the question is how many times a year do you plan to travel the oceans, lakes and seas? We have basic lessons to advanced courses as taught in many Ontario Canada schools and clubs. Learn sailing & boating skills from beginner classes to advanced lessons. No need to look for sailing lessons online when you have Points of Sail to show you how true sailors handle their boats. Learn how to rig the main sail on a sail boat, sail upwind and more. After you’ve learned all there is to about sailing in Ontario Canada, come visit up for updated information on boat charters, yacht charters and sailboat rentals.
For students, friends and family looking for sailing lessons in Toronto similar or to locations at Humber College Sailing & Powerboating Centre, Harbourfront Centre and various Toronto Sailing and Canoe Clubs, Schools, check out our team of professionals at Points of Sail. Sailboat students can also enquire with us about Yacht Ownership, Fractional Boating & CYA Lessons costs by calling or sending us a quick email. From beginner sailing lessons in Toronto to advanced sailing lessons if Toronto.
Sailing Lessons in Toronto and surrounding Ontario
Already searched online for information about the Canadian Yachting Association and would like to ask us or provide more feedback on our CYA training programs? Call or email us to register for one of our sailboat training courses (CYA Standards). After completion of your course, if you are looking to continue sailing and don't want to buy our own sailboat, we have boat sharing or Yacht Share programs to suit your needs. Put your CYA Sailing Standards lessons to use with us at Points of Sail (Toronto, Mississauga, Burlington, Niagara Falls, Oakville and surrounding Ontario Regions). Compleete standards for Navigation courses approved by the Canadian Yachting Association. In Ontario, the CYA is the premier national not-for-profit governing body for our yachting in Canada. The mandate of the Canadian Yachting association is to promote and encourage Canadians to participate in the sport of yachting and various sailing activities.
The CYA represents over 300 yachting clubs, 60 sailing associations and quality schools, 150,000 racing enthusiasts and more than 1,000,000 recreational sailors across Canada.