Tackers 3 – learning how to sail fast in an Optimist sailing boat

Ideal for 7 to 12 year olds – Level 3

The third level of the Australian Sailing introductory learn to sail programme called ‘Tackers’ in the Optimist sailing dinghy. Suitable for ages 7 to 12, the course focuses on learning through fun and games and is tailored for primary school aged children. Introduces racing techniques and theory.

Prerequisite:  Completed Tackers 1 and Tackers 2, must be water confident and able to swim. A buoyancy vest is supplied for the course.

Cost: Non-member price $320,  RFBYC Junior Member price $295 – both prices inclusive of GST (for 20 hour program).

Upcoming courses:

Sept/Oct school holidays

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Tackers 3

Week One | 0800 to 1300 28 Sept to 1 Oct 2021
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Sept/Oct school holidays

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Tackers 3

Week Two | 0800 to 1300 4 - 8 Oct 2021
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Term 4 School Holidays

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Tackers 3

Term 4 Saturday Mornings 0800-1200 30 Oct | 6 Nov | 13 Nov | 20 Nov | 27 Nov
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Registering for a course:

Please use the links to the information pages above to choose the right course for your child. A full list of available course dates is shown on the page.  If you know which course you would like to enrol in you can also choose from the upcoming courses below.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT REGISTRATIONS

To make a course booking, please use the ‘enrol now’ button to go to the registration page. This will take you to an Australian Sailing (AS) registration page. Australian Sailing is the national body for the sport. RFBYC is a registered Australian Sailing Training Centre.

You will need to know the Australian Sailing (AS) number of the sailor in order to register or you can create one for a new sailor. This becomes your childs unique identifier and stores their course information for future reference which can be accessed by your registered club and yourself. It is important that the AS number is created for the person doing the course with their own name and details, this number stays with them for their lifetime journey in sailing.