Dundas’ Patrick Krukowski attends cadet training in Kingston

Community Jul 17, 2017 Dundas Star News

Cadet Patrick Krukowski from Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Dundas is learning the basics of sailing this summer at the HMCS Ontario Cadet Training Centre in Kingston.

Cadet Krukowski will develop basic sailing skills to the Sail Canada CAN Sail Level 2 standard. The course is being conducted over a three-week period consisting of 17 training days.

Cadet Krukowski said his favourite part of the training has been learning how to take on leadership roles within the community as well as being a responsible person.

“I can’t wait to go out on the water and earn my Can Sail level,” he said.

About 130 cadets will complete the basic sail course. The training centre provides opportunities to members of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets from cadet corps across Ontario. Programs range from introductory to advanced levels in sailing, music, seamanship and drill and ceremonial courses.

The training centre is located at the Royal Military College of Canada campus on the shore of Kingston’s Navy Bay.

 

Dundas’ Patrick Krukowski attends cadet training in Kingston

Teen learning the basic of sailing

Community Jul 17, 2017 Dundas Star News

Cadet Patrick Krukowski from Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Dundas is learning the basics of sailing this summer at the HMCS Ontario Cadet Training Centre in Kingston.

Cadet Krukowski will develop basic sailing skills to the Sail Canada CAN Sail Level 2 standard. The course is being conducted over a three-week period consisting of 17 training days.

Cadet Krukowski said his favourite part of the training has been learning how to take on leadership roles within the community as well as being a responsible person.

“I can’t wait to go out on the water and earn my Can Sail level,” he said.

About 130 cadets will complete the basic sail course. The training centre provides opportunities to members of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets from cadet corps across Ontario. Programs range from introductory to advanced levels in sailing, music, seamanship and drill and ceremonial courses.

The training centre is located at the Royal Military College of Canada campus on the shore of Kingston’s Navy Bay.

 

Dundas’ Patrick Krukowski attends cadet training in Kingston

Teen learning the basic of sailing

Community Jul 17, 2017 Dundas Star News

Cadet Patrick Krukowski from Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Dundas is learning the basics of sailing this summer at the HMCS Ontario Cadet Training Centre in Kingston.

Cadet Krukowski will develop basic sailing skills to the Sail Canada CAN Sail Level 2 standard. The course is being conducted over a three-week period consisting of 17 training days.

Cadet Krukowski said his favourite part of the training has been learning how to take on leadership roles within the community as well as being a responsible person.

“I can’t wait to go out on the water and earn my Can Sail level,” he said.

About 130 cadets will complete the basic sail course. The training centre provides opportunities to members of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets from cadet corps across Ontario. Programs range from introductory to advanced levels in sailing, music, seamanship and drill and ceremonial courses.

The training centre is located at the Royal Military College of Canada campus on the shore of Kingston’s Navy Bay.