Recommendations for Dinghy Sailing Courses

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Tuesday 3 December 2013 3.08pm
Hello SE1 friends,
Could anyone recommend a Dinghy Sailing course for adults nearby?
Thanks in advance
Tuesday 3 December 2013 6.44pm
I've always fancied doing this, in case it's a skill I find I need one day (societal collapse, flooding, trip to Venice). It's also so local it seems a shame not to take advantage.

Edward, have you kept it up after doing the course?
Tuesday 3 December 2013 7.06pm
Zoe wrote:
Edward, have you kept it up after doing the course?

Yes. It was more of a refresher's course as I used to do a lot of sailing when I was younger. Turns out that it's a bit like riding a bike - you never "unlearn" it.

I can highly recommend sailing. It's so, so, so much fun!
Tuesday 3 December 2013 7.29pm
Westminster boating base is the other place (or it was a few yrs back - you'll have to check).
Depends which side of SE2 you are.
The RYA website lists all training schools. You need level 2 iirc, to rent dinghies on hols etc., so I'd go for that if you have a chance.

...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 3 December 2013 9.42pm
Try Greenwich Yacht Club, they are now a RYA training centre
Wednesday 4 December 2013 12.22pm

The Docklans sailing and watersports centre- near Millwall docks so not far-my son's school (Nautical) use it for their sailing and it seems good
Wednesday 4 December 2013 7.09pm
This is probably an obvious point but......ooooooo the Nautical school takes it's students sailing!
Wednesday 4 December 2013 8.07pm
Yes. I thought they just taught them how to be naughty ;0)

...if you press it, they will come.
Wednesday 4 December 2013 8.57pm
Like :-)
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