Our primary goal is to promote sailing in the Philippines. Tandem (2 person) Kayak + 2 paddles & 2 life-jackets $9 Per Hour & $27 Whole Day Yak board + paddle & life-jacket $7 per Hour & $21 Whole Day BONUS It is the club policy that if you rent a boat for the day, and you turn it in, you can rent another boat, of equal or lesser value. SO, If you rent a sailboat, and after a while, the wind dies, you can turn it in, and get a kayak for free. If the wind comes up again, return the Kayak, and get the sailboat again. Sailing Lessons TLYC has an ongoing sailing program for all levels, and all ages. Our primary goal is to promote sailing in the Philippines. It doesn’t matter to us whether you learn with us, or another club. Just learn to sail and discover a new world. We have one Senior instructor, and 2 Junior instructors. We teach individuals or groups up to 4, on short notice. For larger groups, we can import very good instructors if they are available, but weeks of advance notice are usually required. Instruction is given at the basic level or Intermediate level. We recognize that most of our students are young professionals, and as such, they have a lot of commitments. So, classes are given when the student is free, rather than when WE are free. Instruction is given one-on-one, or in small groups. COST: It usually costs around the general vicinity of $55.51 per person per day, instructor+boat. Volcano Tour Taal Volcano, in the Philippines, was originally a huge volcano, that towered 18,000 feet up into the sky. It has been called the smallest active volcano, because it seems small now, but that is a subject of controversy. Many scientists believe that it is one of the largest volcanoes in the world. Tagaytay Ridge is the rim of the volcano! When the volcano was 18,000 feet high, Tagaytay ridge would have been only about a sixth of the way to the top of the volcano!! In the distance, Mt. Makulot forms part of the other side of the rim, and it is a favorite trek for climbers. It is located about 70-km south of Manila on “volcano island” inside a lake called Taal Lake, or Lake Taal. We also provide membership, boat storage and other facilities.
We think of ourselves as a “club by sailors for sailors” We take pride in how we are different from all the other Yacht clubs and country clubs in the Philippines.We allow non-members.Our membership criteria center around the sport rather than money. Read this as “you can’t buy your way into this club, you have to earn the right to join”.We allow you to camp and picnic with your own food.We allow boat charters and teach non-members to sail.Our Primary goal is to promote sailing in the Philippines
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