Our recommendations include wearing light, quick-dry clothing, a hat or cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, which are crucial. A wind stopper jacket if the day appears cool would come in handy.
Wetsuit boots are appropriate in colder weather, while trainers or sneakers, with light coloured soles would do well for summer. Please note that it is a bad idea to bring open footwear, as harming yourself on parts of the deck is a common occurrence.
We provide life jackets and personal safety equipment.
You need to select a convenient date and register in the “Booking” section at the top of our website, or contact us directly, via mail or phone-call, the address and number for which is located at the very bottom of this webpage.
No special preparation is needed. All necessary information will be provided during the introductory lesson.
One of the many advantages of sailing remains in its ability to involve people of any age and gender, and can be learned by anyone, through practice. We use the latest equipment and well practiced teaching methods to ensure you are up and sailing as early as possible, even from completely zero experience.
Training sessions are conducted on J80 keelboats. It usually carries 5-6 people, including the skipper, although it can be comfortably sailed by two, or even singlehandedly.
From six years of age.
Yes, you can, by booking it in the website’s “booking” section, or contacting us directly through the phone or email listed at the bottom of this webpage
Yes. This is compulsory due to concerns for safety and property.