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Shop 1, 4 Airlie Esplanade
Airlie Beach Queensland



Sailing the Whitsundays

Whitsunday Sail Training - Learn to Sail in Paradise

Our Sail Training courses cover recreational & commercial curriculum. Training is on a commercial yacht which is in Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Survey.    Learn to Sail in the Whitsundays - Frequently Asked Questions   Learn to Sail courses available to do in the Whitsundays
We take individual bookings on scheduled weekly departures or can tailor courses for group charters and bookings of up to 120 participants on 5 or more yachts. For helpful information please see Frequently Asked Questions.        
  Learn to Sail in the Whitsundays

Time to Snorkel on Coral Reefs and visit islands

around the Whitsundays, plus Whitehaven Beach.

Introduction to Sailing
  2 Day 2 Night Course $919 - $949

8 to 14 Guests, including 4 Students.
 (We require a minimum of 6 guests to depart)

Courses include live on yacht, all
meals, course notes and certificates.

Departs/Returns: 9.00am Mon to 11am Wed  

Introduction to Sailing Course

> Safety precautions: Life jackets, flares,
Life raft,
    first aid kit,
 fire extinguishers, Safety Harnesses
Location and use of: heads, bilge pumps water 
   pumps, cooker and propane gas, battery selector 
   switch, cabin lights, general housekeeping rules

Suitable clothing/footwear, effects of heat and cold


Do’s and Don’ts aboard a yacht

One Day you could be the skipper of a Maxi Yacht!
Learn to Sail in the Whitsundays and sea amazing sunsets
Learn to sail in the Whitsundays
A comfortable bed for rest at the end of a day of sail training
Learn to Sail in Paradise
 Comfortable bunk beds are included for our Guests Learn about Halyards, Sheets and Sails
 Learning to Sail in the Whitsundays on a yacht includes theory and practice Learning to Steer a yacht 
 Theory is part of learning to sail. All our learning will cover
components required on a Commercial Yacht in the Whitsundays.
Practice while sailing the Whitsundays. 
Get a feel for how a yacht handles.
 Whitsundays is a great place to learn to sail Take the Helm sailing the Whitsundays
 Most of the year the Whitsundays has good breeze
which makes it a great place to learn to sail.
Is this a Tiller, Wheel or Helm on a Yacht ?
Learn about the different areas and parts of a yacht.


Whitsunday Sail Training - Learn to Sail in Paradise.

Explore Whitsundays Group - Sailing Adventures of the Whitsunday Islands Queensland
Inbound Tour Operator Licence is 3368695.

Shop 1, 4 Airlie Esplanade Airlie Beach Qld 4802
Prices in $aud per person. Prices are valid until 31 Mar 2019.
Some Tours out from 24-26 December incur a local fee of $20-$40 per person.
Cancellation fees apply, please see conditions and terms
Credit Card payments incur a 2% transaction fee.
Please note, prices may increase at anytime or specials may be released based on demand.

Our Whitsunday Sailing Tours Include: Service of Captain and Crew, Meals, Snorkelling Equipment,
Wet Suit hire, Linen (please bring Beach Towel), Marine & National Park Fees. The following tours 
also include Local Transfers from Airlie Beach to the Marina and return: Solway Lass, 
Whitsunday Bliss & Day Tours on Southern Cross, Seasprints Whitsunday Bullet and Express. 
Itineraries can change based on weather and sea conditions and guest safety.

Please pack in a small soft bag. Note most vessels have limited storage space. 
No trolley bags can be taken on board.  
  Solway Lass, Prima and Adventurer do not allow bags with zips on board. 
 Large Bags can be stored at our office in Airlie Beach for a small fee. 

 Whitsunday Bliss does allow for larger soft sided bags. NO trolley bags please.

 What to Pack: 
Swimmers, hat, sunglasses, personal toiletries, beach towel, runners or sandals for the island walks.

 Alcohol: Solway Lass has a licenced bar on-board, so no BYO.
Drinks are sold at reasonable prices.  
 All other vessels
guests can BYO Alcohol and store in the esky on board.