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Frampton on Severn Sailing Club is a recognised RYA Training Centre, sa Sailability partner and an RYA Onboard Club with well over 30 of it's members being qualified RYA Dinghy Instructors or Racing Instructors.

We follow the RYA National Sailing Scheme (NSS) for adults, Youth Sailing Scheme (YSS) & International Optimist Class Association (IOCA) coaching for juniors.

In addition to the sailing courses we also run RYA Powerboat and safety courses.

All courses are for club members only.

The Club owns a fleet of sail training boats, which comprises RS Fevas, Toppers, Gull Spirits, Wanderers and Optimists. The powerboat courses are conducted on a variety of powered boats.

The adult and junior courses are run separately to maximise Club resources. A Senior instructor supervises all courses. Full details of sail training together with application forms will be enclosed with the first club newsletter of the New Year. Applications for all courses will close one month prior to the start of each course.

Courses:

RYA National Sailing Scheme (NSS) Level 2 - Beginners

The Adult beginners course - no experience necessary. The ideal way to learn the essentials of sailing. By the end of the course you will be confident enough to sail in moderate wind conditions and enjoy all facilities of the club to the full.

RYA (NSS) Level 3 - Better Sailing

This course is designed for the holders of the NSS level 2 or Yourth Stage 3 or 4 who have done some sailing since the award of the certificate. The aim is to improve and add to your skills, become more self-reliant and be able to make seaman-like decisions in moderate conditions.

Racing Training

The racing course. All you need to know to enable you to take part in and enjoy club racing. You should already be able to sail at a good Level 2 standard.

RYA Youth Sailing Scheme (YSS) Stage 2

The junior beginner course - with no expereience necessary, this is the ideal way to learn the essentials of sailing. Sailors should ideally be 10 years old and confident in water. By then end of the course you will be confident enough to sail in moderate conditions and enjoy all facilities of the Club in full.

RYA YSS Stage 3

This course is designed for holders of Level 2 and who have done some sailing since the award of the certificate. The aim is to improve and add to their skills sailing Toppers, and have an insight to racing and be able to make seaman-like decisions in moderate conditions.

RYA YSS Stage 4

This course is designed for the holders of stage 2 and who have done some sailing since the award of the certificate. The aim is to improve and add to their skills in 2 person boats, and sail a performance boat and become more self-reliant and be able to make seaman-like decisions in moderate conditions.

Optimist Course - International Optimist Class Association (IOCA)

The course is an informal introduction to sailing using the IOCA scheme. Sailors should be at least 7 years old. This course is aimed to bring the very young sailor up through the IOCA sailing system. By the end of the course it is hoped to award an IOCA stage certificate to all successful candidates depending on level of skill acheieved.

Handicapped Sailing

The club is also an RYA Sailability Establishment and sail weekly throughout the Summer. It has eight Access Sailing Dinghies plus a Wheelyboat Powerboat to enable wheelchair sailors to enjoy the lake.

 

 

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