RYA programs and Qualifications
The RYA National Sailing Scheme is a series of programs for adults (16+) allowing development from full novice to advanced level sailor in a controlled, safe and enjoyable environment. At Island Barn we teach RYA courses in dinghies. Our programs happen built to allow you to enjoy whichever facet of the recreation appeals to you plus they are taught by skilled RYA instructors
RYA Phases 1 - 4 Youth Qualifications
The Youth Sailing Scheme is a few courses for junior sailors (minimal age 8) planning to learn to sail from scratch or even to advance their sailing skills by following a world course cruising curriculum with globally recognised skills. At Island Barn we teach-in dinghies with competent RYA trainers.
Person Sailing - TrySail
The Tuesday night TrySail may be the perfect possibility to test cruising to get a comfortable and sociable taster regarding the recreation within an informal but structured programme.Try sailing at an inexpensive, not as much as £8 per session, whenever bought as a whole period!
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Junior Sailing Class
The Junior Sailing School offers sailing instruction every summer Sunday mid-day for total newbies up to competent racers, with centuries including 7 to 17, in a secure, friendly, environment. Instruction is provided in single handed Oppies, Toppers, Laser 4.7s, Laser Radials and double handed Fevas. No past knowledge is want to get in on the Barn Owls Oppie course. Various other individuals should to get their particular RYA Stage 1 and 2 certificates (see above) before joining the Junior Sailing class.
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Find our instruction guide, 20 pages of classes and techniques to help you discover and improve your cruising skills.
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Any occupation or recreation concerning gear inevitably collects a lexicon of technical terms. In this section we''ll cover nearly all of everything''ll need to find out by the end of one's first severe season''s cruising.
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Beginners Help Guide To Racing
This information is assist non-racing IBRSC members (not to mention new members for the club) to participate in fun on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays. This is simply not a racing tutorial, more of a survival guide to let you get a taste because of it all.