Intermediate Cruising Standard

Intermediate Cruising Standard:

To be able to cruise safely in familiar waters as both skipper and crew of a sailing yacht of 9 to 12 meters, sloop rigged with an inboard engine, in moderate wind and sea conditions by day. The standard emphasizes on-the-water skills at a level acceptable for bare boat chartering for extended cruises in coastal waters.

We provide flowing options:

NEW: On-line study is now available (theory only).

1. Full Package (St.Maarten, Caribbean):St.Maarten-sail-21

7 days liveaboard of practical instruction with certified Sail Canada instructor includes minimum 18 hours of Intermediate Cruising Standard theory plus applicable materials and registration(s)

Full package price: $US 2150

*PPP study materials’ are included.

2. Full Package (Georgian Bay, Canada):

5 days liveaboard of practical instruction with certified Sail Canada instructor includes minimum 18 hours of Intermediate Cruising Standard theory plus applicable materials and registration(s)11060302_1581871785404752_7958056823863078808_n

Full package price: $ CAD 1970

*PPP study materials are included.

2. Theory course: 24 hours of Intermediate Cruising Standard:

  • Assuming the skipper’s role
  • Sail a vessel as both skipper and crew, on all points of sail, tacking, gybing, and sailing to weather efficiently
  • Navigation procedures: dead reckoning, bearings, chartwork, plan a cruise
  • Cruise preparation
  • Anchoring and docking.
  • Crew Overboard procedures
  • Liveaboard: system

Only theory course price: $299

*PPP study materials are included.

3. Practical course:7

The Intermediate Cruising Standard is conducted on a boats depending on location and season:

  • in winter on St.Maarten, Caribbean
  • in summer on Georgian Bay or Lake Ontario.

Details: