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The Vancouver Sailing Club - Vancouver, British Columbia

Sail super natural Vancouver, British Columbia, where our mountains meet the sea and wildlife and natural beauty are in abundance.

Contact the Vancouver Sailing Club to enrol in our internationally recognized NauticEd learn-to-sail program, wilderness adventure cruising and keelboat racing programs.

Since 2004 Vancouver Sailing Club has introduced more than 1,450 adults to the NorthWest sailing lifestyle by including all the elements for unique fun weekend Course or week-long Cruise & Learn vacation.

NauticEd Sailing School Network

The NauticEd Sailing School Network was created to help salilers and people interested in sailing all over the world find the resources they need in their sailing interests. From one day sailing charters, tours & beginner sailing lessons to sailing coaching, courses & long distance sailing trips; the NauticEd Sailing School Network will a great option to get answers to the sailing questions you have.

Below you will find links to current members of the NauticEd Sailing School Network and you can contact them for your sailing needs:

 

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NauticEd Sailing School Network

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