Our courses suitable for applicants from a mature 8 year old up to 99 years of age.
Cransley Sailing Club is a members only club, to sail and take part in courses at Cransley Sailing Club you need to be a member of the club.
Please go to the Join Us section of the website and download a new membership form
Please read before completing the membership and course booking form.
An annual family membership costs just 36p a day, an adult individual membership 27p a day and a youth/student individual membership just 12p a day. Far cheaper than the majority of gym memberships!!
Please email Sue at email@example.com find out more and to enquire about availability.
Please note: We cannot guarantee that all applicants will be accepted onto our learn to sail course as places are limited. Priority will be given to applicants who live locally.
Once you have learnt to sail, as members of Cransley Sailing Club youths from 8 to 17 can join in the Youth Section
Have a look at the Learn to Sail Videos which you may find helpful to reinforce what you learn on the water
2019 Learn to Sail at Cransley Sailing Club
We are currently working on the 2019 sailing club calendar and our learn to sail dates will be posted here when they are agreed
If you are interested in learning to sail at Cransley in 2019 please email Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellation of a course
Cransley Sailing Club will make every effort to ensure that a course goes ahead. Should the club need to cancel a course due to an Instructor not being available/weather conditions etc a refund of course fees will be given if you are unable to attend the alternative date.
Refund of course fees
Cransley Sailing Club are unable to offer refunds to students who are unable to attend the course or start the course and decide they don't wish to complete it.
Course Content : Youths
Stage 1: No assumed knowledge.
Course content: Launching & recovery, steering parts of the boat, basic sailing.
After completing stage 1 youths, will be able to understand the basic principles.
Youths Stage 2: Basic knowledge and steering ability to Stage 1.
Course content: Basic sailing skills, rope work, collision avoidance.
After completing the course: You will be able to tack and control boat speed, and understand basic principles.
Course Content : Adults
Level 1 Start Sailing: No assumed knowledge.
Course content: How to sail in all directions, including an awareness of launching and recovering.
After completing Level 1: Able to sail in light winds under supervision.
Level 2 Basic Skills: Sailing skills to Level 1 standard.
Course content: Rigging, launching, sailing in all directions. Capsize recovery and essential safety knowledge.After completing the course: Able to sail and make decisions in good conditions
Please bring a packed lunch and snacks with you. Drinks and chocolate bars can be purchased from the galley. If you are on medication don't forget to bring this too.
You will get wet and dependant on the weather conditions you may also get cold so please bring plenty of spare old clothes with you that you can change into plus old trainers or wet shoes. You do not need to go to the expense of purchasing sailing clothes to take part in this course if you do not wish to. We will supply you with a buoyancy aid and there is a selection of wet suits available for course participants to loan.
Chandlerys where you can purchase sailing clothing - there are plenty of other outlets you can find by searching online but here is a few:Sailboats Purple Marine Pinnell and Bax Rooster Sailing Wetsuit Outlet