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Sail Canada – New Sail Canada Code of Conduct
 
The Sail Canada Board of Directors has approved a new Sail Canada Code of Conduct, now available on sailing.ca
 
The Code of Conduct includes sections specific to Officials, Instructors/Coaches and Youth. All member organizations, event hosts, officials, instructors, coaches and participants are encouraged to review and adopt the code of conduct as appropriate. 
 
Officials, Coaches & Instructors will be asked to agree to the Code of Conduct as part of their registration through their Sail Canada profile. Youth participants will be asked to sign the code when participating at events across the country.
 
Make yourself familiar with the new Sail Canada Code of Conduct – click here to review the Code of Conduct today! 

 
 
Canadian Sailor Clean Water Initiative

 
 
On Thursday, Canadian sailors gathered on the beach in Palma to collect debris they found. Hugh Macrae, Laser Sailor comments on the Canadian Sailors Clean Water Initiative;
 
“It was nice getting together with the team yesterday and to collect garbage was a bonus. We got three full grocery bag sizes of garbage over an hour of walking along the beach after training. Looking forward to the next team clean up gathering to help eliminate micro plastics in the ocean.”
 
Stay tuned as this initiative continues as they travel the world.

 
 

 
 
 
50 Trofeo S.A.R Princesa Sofia Iberostar

 
 
Chasing the sun and escaping from the colder weather, our Canadian Sailing Team & Development Squad gather in Palma de Mallorca for the first major European event of the year, 50 Trofeo S.A.R Princesa Sofia Iberostar. Over 1200 sailor in 850 Olympic boats have registered to participate in this 6-day event. 
 
Check out who will be attending the event here!
 

 
 
Launch Day is Coming!

 
 
It’s that time of year…..we’re counting down the days to launch our boats – some work followed by a long season of reward!
 
While it is unlikely that launch day will present any issues, who doesn’t hold their breath as they watch their vessel move from land to sea?? Let’s take a second now to think… ‘what happens if there is an accident and my boat gets damaged?’
 
Did you know that Skippers’ Plan is the only insurance policy in Canada that automatically waives your deductible if your boat is damaged during launch at your club? This exclusive endorsement is provided free of charge to members of a Sail Canada member Club.
 
Find out more about the FREE Sail Canada endorsements here on the Skippers’ Plan’s Blog.

 
 
Coleman Discount

 
As a result of Sail Canada’s membership with the Canadian Safe Boating Council, all Sail Canada members get a 40% DISCOUNT on all online purchases through any Coleman Canada website in 2018. This discount applies to the full line of Coleman Canada products – including Stearns PFDs, tents, sleeping bags, coolers and all sorts of outdoor camping gear, and Sevylor inflatables.
 
First – Log into your Sail Canada profile to access your coupon code. 
 
Then – visit the Coleman Canada website, and enter your code at the checkout.