One hundred and twenty young sailors continue their training at Arkas Cesme Sailing Youth and Sports Club in September, where they learn about the art of sailing with help from experts; experience harmony with nature, patience and crisis management and acquire many other essential skills.
Arkas Cesme Sailing Youth and Sports Club started its activities to breath new life into sailing on June 22nd on one of the best sailing racecourses of the world in Cesme and the courses continue in September. In the light of the guidelines published by the Ministries of Health and Youth and Sports regarding the measures to be applied to sports programs during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Arkas Cesme Sailing Youth and Sports Club attaches particular importance to the health of the one hundred and twenty young sailors continuing its program.
Among the main measures to be taken within the complex are: monitoring of the health status of sportspersons and course attendees who have an entry permit to the club, along with the club personnel (surveys, temperature check etc.); maintenance of social distancing rules; supply of personal protective equipment by the club personnel at entry (face masks etc.); regular disinfection of every area after each use.
Hosting the TYF Sport Toto All-Star Cup, the club has raised many sailors for the national team. And it offers children aged 7-15 years full-day or half-day one-to-one swimming exercises with trainers. The training program which gives trainees the chance to register for the 3-week programs offered during weekdays will continue in September.
For information and registry before the groups are full:
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