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                                             Toronto Windsurfing Club is OPEN with restrictions due to COVID-19.                                                     For details and updates please click here.

Youth Summer Camp

Update 2021

Camp starts July 5!  Registration is open but spaces are filling up quickly.  

Our approach to COVID-19 will reflect public health regulations, guidance from Sail Canada and Ontario Sailing, and our own experience with running a safe and successful program last summer.  For more information, please see the links above to COVID-19 and What to Bring.

Who can register?

  • You must be between 10 and 17 years old;
  • You must be able to swim 25m independently and confidently;
  • No previous windsurfing experience necessary.

What's the schedule?

  • One week sessions offered in July and August;
  • Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm;
  • Drop off from 8:30am and pick up until 4:30pm.

What are the activities?

Activities include windsurfing instruction, stand up paddling (SUP), games and windsurf cruises to Toronto Island.

Instruction is based on CANSail Windsurf, the national training standards for windsurfing from Sail Canada. Campers are usually divided into four groups (beginner to advanced) for instruction geared to their skill level.

For program details, including specific dates and fees, please go to our registration page.

More experienced sailors can also participate in spring and fall training on weekends and even join club trips.  Learn more here.

Who are the instructors?

  • Our Head Coach won Ontario Sailing’s 2018 award for exceptional leadership;
  • All of our instructors are passionate, skilled and highly qualified;
  • Average instructor to camper ratio of less than 1:5 means excellent supervision, high quality instruction and lots of fun for our participants.

Tell me about safety at the camp?

All staff receive extensive preseason training that includes effective communication skills, dealing with emergencies, and teaching and supervising young people.  They are also certified in First Aid/CPR and hold other qualifications and permits in water safety and the operation of a power boat.

The club owns four power boats that are used to assist campers in need of help and facilitate on water coaching.

We have policies and procedures in place to deal with a range of different safety related situations. Our safety record is excellent!






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