SAILORS WANTED, Toronto Brigantine’s 2012 Summer Sailing Season Announced

Toronto Brigantine’s the Summer Program is targeted to youth ages 13 to 18, who are able to swim 100 metres and tread water for 10 minutes, are ready for adventure and are looking for NEW FRIENDS, EXCITING CHALLENGES and NEW SKILLS while sailing the Great Lakes and Georgian Bay this summer.

The Summer Program officially starts on Jun 29, leaving from Toronto Harbour. The last Summer Program ends in Kincardine on Aug 25, getting the kids back in time to get ready for their next school semester.   We offer a selection of programs for one or two weeks. In the past, many trainees have extended  to the next course because they liked the first one so much.

There are seven courses to choose from.

The Details of each course in the Summer Program are provided at the Toronto Brigantine website.

There are still spots available to book for Adult, School or Corporate Charters for half day, full day and overnight sailing in May, Jun, September and October.

Check out this video about all that is in store for all you teenagers age 13 to 18 at Toronto Brigantine.

[the video was posted on youtube by nbt3020 April 30, 2010 –  The video was made by TBI parent and long time supporter Barb Murck. The music in the video is used by the permission of Great Big Sea.]

We are now taking registrations for the courses, so call or email the office now for details. Registration forms are available at our website at

See you on the water.

Toronto Brigantine Inc 413-215 Spadina Ave, Toronto ON M5T 2C7

tel: 416-596-7117 e-mail : website:

Registered Canadian Charity 11926 5924 RR0001


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