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Learn to Sail Coordinator 

Under the direction of the CFSA Commodore the Learn to Sail Coordinator plans, coordinates, and organizes the operations and delivery the CFSA sailing programs. S/he develops, implements, and monitors sailing policies and directives, advising on the application of sailing program guidelines. S/he will also monitor, evaluate and recommend sailing programs and liaise with local Association officers who are appointed to manage the delivery of CFSA programs.

CFSA Clubhouse modified hours of operation due to the Pandemic

CFSA Clubhouse modified hours of operation due to the Pandemic.

 
Club Hours

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
Closed

Thursday, Friday, Saturday     
1600 - 1900

Sunday
1500 - 1900

 

CFSA is following the Provincial and WorkSafeBC guidelines set out for food and beverage establishments with the following guidelines:

Racing Cancelled until further notice.

Based on the the news release from BC Sailing and the directives of our Public Health Officer we have CANCELLED racing at CFSA until further notice. Same household members only should be on boats during this time. Long distance race Gear Buster and Round Race Rocks may be rescheduled. Please stay tuned for further updates.

https://bcsailing.bc.ca/2020/11/bc-sailing-position-statement-on-keelboa...

Regards,

Leslie Basham

Fleet Captain

Payment of Membership and Moorage

Payments for membership and moorage.

- Waivers need to be sent to psprecesquimalt@gmail.com prior to calling with payment. PSP keep a list for everyone who has emailed the waivers in. Please ensure to include your spouse’s/dependant’s waivers.

- If there are errors or questions concerning your invoice please contact Ray Weisgerber -  webadministrator (at) cfsaesq (dot) ca

Phone or in person payments contact PSP at C-Pac Colwood 250-363-1009 (1100 - 1500 Monday - Friday)

Message from the Queen's Harbourmaster

The following is a messge from the Queen's Harbourmaster for Esquimalt Harbour:

As a result of the increased level of activity in the Harbour and the need to coordinate safe operations, the current 7 knot speed restriction has been reviewed and a new one will be promulgated by message shortly.  The attached chart shows the new speed zones and is forwarded to you for dissemination within your lines to all users. 

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