CLSA owns a fleet of small boats that includes Prams, Lasers, Banshees, Sunfish and a Ray Green. We offer supervised sailing activities such as Small Boat Tuesdays and Family Fridays when all members can come out and try the small boats under the supervision of our small boat coaches. We also allow members to check out and sail these small boats unsupervised on a first-come-first-served basis if they have met the following requirements:
1) A Boater Safety Card on file with CLSA
2) Agree to club rules in our handbook
3) Agree to terms of waiver and release
4) Pass small boat skills assessment
Check your status in your member profile
Please check your member profile in Wild Apricot to confirm your status and to agree to handbook and waiver terms. You can email email@example.com with a copy of your boater safety card or certificate and we'll update your profile. You can agree to the rules in our handbook and the terms of the waiver/release by clicking 'edit' within your profile. You can request a small boat skills assessment by talking to a small boat coach at a supervised sailing event (Small Boat Tuesdays or Family Fridays) or by completing this request form. We'll update your profile once you have passed your small boat skills assessment.
Authorized sailor list on shed door
Starting May 1, a list of members who are authorized to sail our small boats without supervision will be posted on the north-facing shed door. If you would like to see your name on the list, please complete steps 1-4 above. If you have questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All sailors welcome to attend supervised sailing activities
Members who are not on this list are still welcome and encouraged to participate in supervised sailing activities such as small boat classes, Small Boat Tuesdays and Family Fridays.