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Wimbleball Sailing Club
Wimbleball Lake, Brompton Regis. Somerset.TA22 9NU
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Learn to sail at Wimbleball.
Wimbleball sailing club is a Royal Yachting Association certified Training centre. We have a fleet of training boats for all ages and abilities. All of our instructors are active club sailors, ensuring that you will receive training from knowledgeable and experienced sailors.For all training course please contact Debbie Ryles for further information. 'email@example.com'
Adult Sailing Courses(2019) over two weekends
Saturdays and Sunday
29th & 30th June
11th & 12th May 2019
Dinghy Instructor Assessment Course 20th June
Cadet Weeks for Children 2019-('Ospreys')
22nd July(provisional), 29th July, 5th Aug, 12th Aug, 19th Aug and 26th Aug.
Throughout the school holidays the club offers 5 day cadet weeks for children from 8-18 . The courses follow the RYA Stages and are fun and informative. For more information on cost and dates please contact Debbie Ryles 'firstname.lastname@example.org'.
Dan See will be running these supervised practice sessions on Sunday mornings during 2019. He expects to start in May when the weather is getting warmer. As usual, watch for further messages from Dan as he regularly checks the suitability of the weather for these sessions.
Contact Dan at 'email@example.com' to register your interest. Power Boat Training
For information on powerboat courses contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01643 862849.After your Training
We hope you want to continue sailing. As our course fee includes membership of WSC for the remainder of the club year, you can use the club for the remainder of that time as a club member. PRACTICE!- Use one of the club boats to practice. (See notice board for charges).
- Try to get a sail with another member which will give you the chance to sail in different boats.
- Buy your own dinghy. Your first boat, to gain experience, can probably be bought at fairly modest cost. This can later be changed as your ability and sailing aims develop.
- As your skills develop, try a further course.
- Have a go at racing. Join in and learn from others.
- Come to the club and make contact from other members. There are usually people about ready for a chat and give advice and opinions.