WaveSkills has developed a strong network to further educate sailors at every level, and offers diversified courses and seminiars. We are pleased to offer and recommend complete training paths for new and experienced sailors .
Spirit of Canada
Prior to his sad passing, World Class Solo sailor Derek Hatfield, and his professional team aboard his last boat, a Volvo 60' sailboat called Spirit of Adventure, influenced greatly our staff and students.
We learned offshore sailing techniques, sail configurations, nutrition, sleep patterns, navigation, survival techniques, weather and a host of other items, professional teams would face when sailing around the world. We have taken those lessons, and the variety of offshore races and legs from his premiere racing boats and built them into our Sail Canada/World Sailing certifying Personal Survival at Sea course. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org as we dedicated these safety courses to he and his family.
The Charlottetown Yacht Club offers berths, junior sailing, and plays host to kayak and rowing clubs. To contact them if a visiting boat or for additional information on their memberships or programs contact them at 902-892-9065 or manager@cyc,pe.ca
Blue Heron Squadron
Sail Canada is Canada's national body for sailing in Canada and includes onwater instruction. All courses taught through WaveSkills are certified by Sail Canada. For complete offerings and for schools in your area go to www.sailing.ca.
WaveSkills is a proud to be the contact for Doyle Sails for the Northumberland Strait area and for Prince Edward Island, If you need repairs, or a quote on new sails please contact email@example.com.
Blue Heron Squadron, based in Charlottetown, is part of the network of Canadian Power and Sail - Canada's recreational community for volunteer taught courses in the classroom.
LET'S CHAT and hear what courses, schedules or seminars you would like to participate in or for more information.
Ellen MacPhail, Owner Operator WaveSkills Sailing School