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We're Hiring - Learn to Sail Coordinator

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.

Annual Renewal Drive

The annual renewal drive is underway.  You should be receiving e-mails from the club explaining how it's going to take place. We are always trying to simplify and find efficiencies and we are respecting physical distancing and reducing contact as best we can - the process for renewal is outlined below:

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. 

Club Mailings - Are you getting them?

E-mails are sent to CFSA members list generated by registering on the CFSA website.  To receive messages members need to be signed up to the CFSA website in order to be put on the list.  If you received some, but not all e-mails, it is possible the messages have been intercepted by your spam/junk mail filter. If you've received none of these notices, then you probably have not signed up.  If you're having difficulties you may need to e-mail the web administrator:  webadministrator(at)cfsaesq.ca