Restricted Operator's Certificate (Marine) - ROC(M)
If you operate a VHF radio, including a hand held radio, you must be certified by Transport Canada. Through the SAIL Canada and the Canadian Power and Sail Squadron, Learn to Sail at Cobourg Yacht Club offers the Restricted Operator's Certificate (Maritime) training and certification. The ROC(M) course includes the new Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS), Digital Selective Calling (DSC) Endorsement and the Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) System.
Our CPS/SAILCanada Recognized instructor/Examiner will provide you with 6 hours of instruction plus a manual and DVD-ROM. Successful completion of this course certifies you for Restricted Operator's Certificate (Maritime).
April 29 - $125.00 plus HST
if a second person in the same family is taking the course - share the materials and take a $42.00 discount.
CYC Courses are open to everyone!
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Saturday 11th March was a night to remember for all guests at the Canadian Kitchen evening hosted by CYC Centreboard Members. And boy what a night! The Clubhouse was kitsch 1970`s and everybody who attended dressed appropriately:
Our crew served up Chilli in various guises and filled us up with home made apple pie! And here below are those heroes who served the masses. What a turn out too! Sixty-eight souls, just like the old days!
Entertainment was just brilliant; and the whole Clubhouse remembered the songs from our Canadian icons of the last Century! Music provided by the Luxton Trio seen below:
And finally, top marks and accolades to the leader of the Centreboard squad, Pub Night Captain.....Pat Lyon.....step forward and take a bow...................
CYC HOSTS ONTARIO SAILING UNIVERSITY
Rear Commodore Mike Hubicki hosted an educational event at the Club recently. A full day for skippers and crews on racing technique and optimising your vessel was presented by Thomas Fogh, high performance training coach from Ontario Sailing University.
More than twenty members from Cobourg and Port Hope were taken through a stimulating and inter-active presentation.
And everything that was imparted to an absorbing audience came with the words: "It depends!" In an ever changing sail, only the application of best principles can be the winning technique.
QUIET WINTER WEEKEND AT CYC?
Well not quite,as Members continue to support the Club through the dark cold days of our 2017 Canadian Winter.
Even though there was no chef available, quite a turnout of members enjoyed order-in pizza organized by Commodore Sheridan. An unusual approach, but like the unexpected, it just turned into a memorable night. No more so, than our intrepid and fearless British pickled onion eaters; Grahame, Ralph and Dave. Onion surgery skillfully undertaken by Past Commodore Curtis.
Then Sunday brought together quite an amazing ensemble of Club Members at a "Jamming Session" in the Clubhouse. There is so much talent in our small Club!
As you can see below, there was a huge amount of equipment to match the event. Everyone had their favourites and the loyal band of groupies joined the music and it was so therapeutic. People just love singing, it`s scientific. So lookout for the next session and come along. Even the bar is open and there are snacks, so it`s a great way to spend an afternoon.
And these are the new Beatles! From left to right: Sam on guitar, Jim on guitar, Rob hosting and on guitar, Fran with a sweet voice and guitar, and Terry on that single string wash tub thingy with guitar as back up. Anyone got a set of drums?
Good music, good singing and good times at a Yacht Club near you.
WE TOASTED ROBBIE BURNS IN GREAT STYLE LAST SATURDAY!
It was a CYC triumph on the night led by Commodore Monica Sheridan. The evening kicked off with a lone piper leading the steaming haggis to the eloquent Rob McLean and his bayonet for a superb address under the image of the Bard himself.
Entertainment came in the form of The Two Tenors and a splinter group from Shout Sister. The congregation of Chieftains and Ladies were in great form and the roof was raised to the sound of traditional Scottish music.
Pat Lyon led her team to win the quiz with an amazing full score. Well, she was born there a short time ago!
And here are some shots of CYC members having a really great night:
Suitably attired in ancient plaid!
This lot didn`t want to leave !!
Familiar faces at the bar, and Judith carries on singing whilst we enjoy her melody! Sorry Judith, these were the only shots I got on the night as I forgot my camera was in my tunic.
And thank you to everybody who has supported the Pub Night programme at CYC this year. We are on a roll....and it is down to you. We look forward to your continued support.
Website Training at the CYC - thanks to Rob MacLeod, Paul Laing and Wayne Nicolle
THAT`S AMORE !!
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