We have events popping up all over the country. Here are four that came in recently. Have you put your plans in yet? Our goal is to get more sailors than ever to raise their sails for Sailstice on June 19th 2021. Will you be one of them? Put in your plan today.
Sail Adolphus Reach and the North Channel -- from the Lower Gap to the Upper Gap or visa versa! Show off your sailboat and sailing skills starting from any of the marinas in the area -- Prinyer's Cove, Loyalist Cove, Collins Bay, Portsmouth Harbor, or Kingston. Promenade in the waters north of Amherst Island -- lets have a crowd of sails! Finally, come join us at Prinyer's Cove -- plenty of overnight anchorage!
Green Bay Sail & Paddle will start our Summer Sailstice programming with an Intro to Sailing Class from 9am to noon. The afternoon will consist of sailboat and kayak rentals from 1pm to 4pm. Rentals are open to the public on a first come first serve basis. We will cap off the evening with a Couple's Night sail from 530pm to 830pm where you can watch the beautiful sunset while out on the water sailing with your special someone. No experience necessary to participate in our Intro to Sailing and Couple's Night classes. You must be able to self certify or have successfully completed our Basic One course to rent one of our boats. For more information on how to register for a class and to reserve your boat ahead of time for a rental please visit us at www.gbsail.org. If you have any questions regarding our programming please feel free to call us at 920-393-1983.
Sail out on Saco Bay with other ⛵ sailboats.
A Day out on the water Departing Shediac approximately 10 for a sail up the cost towards l'Aboiteau & Cape Pele, small stop over for lunch in l'Aboiteau. Return sail back along the coast to the Shediac island anchorage where boats can tie up along side each other for fine wine, cheeses and a potluck style end to a relaxed days sail up into the evening.