Chris Kameen – Head Honcho
Anyone who meets Chris can’t fail to notice his love for sailing and the adventures that come with it. Every new person he introduces to the sport puts a massive grin on his face!
One of his best traits as an instructor is that he makes you feel so safe and comfortable that you forget about any fears you may have and can’t help but have fun. His patience, calmness and confidence on a boat are why people of all ages and experience have come to Chris for help getting out on the water for the first time or to brush up on their skills. He is the driving force behind Sydney Sailing School so click on the link to find out more about Chris Kameen ……
Sydney Sailing School, the best place to learn to sail
The temperate climate in Sydney means that we can sail all year round – there is rarely a day that isn’t great for sailing, and Sydney Harbour and Botany Bay … well need we say more?
Sailing is for all the family – something that you can do together on the same boat or all in different boats, that choice is yours! It can be a way of relaxing, of going places, hanging out with friends or going racing whether fun or serious. We’ll give you the guidance to ensure you get the most out of all of these, click the link to find out how and more about Sydney Sailing School …….
Manly 16 foot Skiff Club
Manly 16 foot Skiff Club is one of the country’s premier sailing clubs boasting the most awesome deck for hanging out during the summer. It has a very long history of sailing going back to 1923 and has a vibrant social scene. The main sailing focus of the club is skiff racing in 4 classes, and Manly sailors regularly win the National titles. To find out what these classes are and to see some awesome video footage clink on the link to find out about Manly 16 foot skiff club…….
St George Sailing Club
Located in Sans Souci, on the waters of Woolooware Bay that forms part of Botany Bay. The club is positioned in the heart of the South with a great expanse of water to explore. This club is steeped in history click on the link to find out more about St George Sailing Club……