Let's look at each point a little more closely to understand what is needed and why.
Sailing gloves (we can let you borrow gloves during the training if you don’t have your own)
Non-slippery and non-mark sneakers
Hooded windbreaker (from november to february weather)
A cap or other sun headgear
Sunscreen with SPF 50+
Sunglasses strap and hair clips/bond
It is advisable to bring extra clothes in case your clothes get wet, (especially if it’s to windy 17-18 knots)
When it comes to clothing, it's best to use common sense. If it's hot and sunny, wear shorts, a T-shirt, and apply high SPF sunscreen. On cooler days, opt for comfortable pants and a windbreaker. If there's precipitation expected on the day of training, prepare by bringing extra pants as there are changing rooms available at our base. Be sure to check the weather forecast in advance.
It is advisable to have a meal at least 1-2 hours before your scheduled workout to fuel your body and to stay hydrated, make sure to drink enough water.
What is Prohibited
Alcoholic drinks and safety violations are not permitted
The sailing instruction commences promptly, and it is imperative that you arrive on time, as no tardiness is permitted for sailing.
Swimming is not allowed during the sailing session or while on a sailing excursion.
Physically challenged person with (diseases, fractures, dislocations) and pregnant woman.
Inappropriate clothes and shoes (puffy or long dress and heels)
While cameras are permitted, it's advisable to either tie them down or avoid carrying big cameras to avoid any responsibility
Drinking alcohol on a boat, no food on a boat
Sailing experience without a vest
Important note - you can't take off your life jacket even for a photo.