Junior Sailing on Lake Dillon
Dillon Junior Sailing Camps
Beginner Sailing Camp (Ages 8-17) This learn-to-sail beginner plan is created for kiddos that wish to understand the fundamentals of sailing while being cozy on the water. Beginners will largely be sailing Laser Pico & RS Tera sailboats with associates to acquire boat components, rigging, knots, simple boat handling, docking, terminology, boat safety, along with fundamental capsize recovery. If you've never ever been on a sailboat and also wish to understand the fundamentals of sailing, this category is perfect for you. sailors primarily will sail inside the bay at the start of the week with associates and progress additional outward upon Lake Dillon as skill allows. sailors sail with an instructor close by at all times. The instructor to student ratio places a focus on safety, learning, and fun!
Intermediate Sailing Camp (Ages 8-17)
The Intermediate sailing plan is perfect for young sailors that have both successfully completed the Beginner software with Dillon Junior Sailing, or perhaps shown good results in fundamental boat handling and understanding from an alternative sailing school. This camp harmonizes with games and drills to enhance a sailor's abilities, concentrating on tacking, jibing, sail trim, more challenging knots, various capsize recovery strategies, and also understanding all points-of-sail. Young Sailors will largely be sailing the RS Tera as well as Laser Picosinglehanded. Using both individual as well as two-fold handed boats, the focus is placed on communication and teamwork.
Advanced Sailing Camp (Ages 10 17)
Within the sophisticated sailing plan, sailors will start learning the simple racing rules, fundamental strategies, race rigging, exactly how to identify and also employ climate and wind conditions, and also how you can create the boats sail quicker. sailors will largely sail the RS Quba and also RS Tera. This particular class is for any person between twelve and seventeen years old.
Prerequisites - to get involved in the Advanced camp, young sailors should have participated in intermediate class and a beginning and then be in a position to utilize the following abilities while sailing singlehanded: one. Identify leeward, windward, port, and starboard.
2. Skipper a motorboat on most points of sail what about breeze of up to 15 knots.
3. Gybe and Tack properly, passing the tiller extension driving the backs of theirs.
300 Marina Dr.
Dillon, CO 80435
Dillon Junior Sailing Club
PO Box 4086
Dillon, CO 80435