OC1 Caring for your Canoe – New dates – May 8th, May 9th and May 15th

Caring for your Canoe: OC-1 Maintenance – new dates plus an additional session added

Susan Mott, FCRCC’s equipment and repairs team member will be holding a 1.5-hour session to show the basics of OC-1 maintenance and answer any questions.

Susan has a love of canoes and hates to see them not cared for.  COVID-19 has seen an uptake in the purchase of canoes and with that comes the responsibility to take care of your shiny, new and slightly expensive boat.

The session will be held at the FCRCC Burrard Compound, weather permitting.  If the weather is not co-operating, an alternate location will be announced.

These sessions were a big hit last year and have been filling up quickly.  COVID safety precautions will be in place.  Mask wearing is mandatory.

Private boat owners may bring their boats if they wish.

NEW COURSE DATES:

Saturday, May 8th, 8:30 am to 10:00 am – Session is FULL

Sunday, May 9,  8:30 am- 10:00 am

Saturday, May 15th, 8:30 am- 10:00 am

Location: FCRCC Burrard

OC-6 Compound (Burrard Civic Marina)

If a change in location is required, participants will be notified by email at least 24 hours beforehand.

CAPACITY:

8 Participants

A course that has 5 or less registrants one week prior to the start date may not run or may be changed to another time slot to accommodate more participants.

LENGTH:

1.5 hours

COST:

Club Members: $25 + GST

Non-Members: $35 + GST

REGISTRATION:

Click here to register for Sunday, May 9th

Click here to register for Saturday, May  15th

Testimonials:

“Susan exceeded my expectations, she has a huge wealth of knowledge on boat maintenance and was happy to give us as much as we could take in”

“Susan gave us a wealth of information and was a real confidence builder for a new boat owner.”

“Susan gave us much more than I expected, more topics covered, more advice given, more tips given for helping us keep our boats in top condition. Susan also told us what to expect as the boats aged, what repairs we would need to do and the best places where we could find help and supplies.”