Royal Sailing

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Royal Sailing

Year: 2016
Producer: Valerie Lavigne
Genre: Lifestyle

A series on the various programs offered at the Royal St-Lawrence Yacht club in Dorval.

Episodes

Episode 1

Catch the sailing wind with this vibrant group of junior sailors from the Royal St-Lawrence Yacht Club in Montreal- a royal jewel in Canadian sailing history.

Episode 2

Meet Canadian Olympic sailors and find out how a Montreal yacht club contributed to the one thing that revolutionized the sport of sailing around the world.

Episode 3

The Royal St-Lawrence Yacht Club and the AQVA join forces in support of disabled sailors who demonstrate how this physically and mentally demanding sport can be enjoyed by everyone.

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