Junior_English_Camp_Award_WinningSailing and English Camp Overview – Malahide Centre

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The Irish College of English has been running Youth Programmes for over 25 years and has an International Reputation for Quality Programmes. In addition to our Classic and Intensive English & Cultural Programmes, we offer alternative options in our English & Sports Camps. Our Sailing and English Language Camp combines 15 hours English Language tuition in the mornings and Sailing in Malahide Yacht Club four afternoons per week. In addition, students have two  trips per week. This programme is the ideal way for students to fully immerse themselves in the language by and meeting new friends while improving their sports’ skill.

Students take part in the Classic Junior Summer School tuition programme and then in the afternoons attend the sailing programme with Irish teenagers. Malahide, on the coast of Dublin is an ideal base for students to learn about water sports. Malahide Yacht Club is just a 15 minute walk from our centre. The Estuary itself is a Perfect Place to Learn to Sail as it’s quite sheltered and the water is not excessively deep – most adults and teenagers are never out of their dept. Each Afternoon will include 3 hours of Sailing using Double Handed Topaz (2 person boats) and 420s and Omegas (larger and faster boats). All levels can be catered for from total beginner to advanced and all instructors are Qualified ISA (Irish Sailing Association) instructors. In addition to English language tuition and sailing, students will take part in Friday and Saturday cultural tours.


Location, Malahide, DublinEnglish_Language_Course_with_Sailing_for_Teenagers

Voted one of Ireland’s most beautiful towns, Malahide is an ideal location. It is an affluent residential area of Dublin with a very high standard of living. It is on the Dublin Coast line and has many famous tourist attractions – Malahide Castle & Park, Malahide Village, Malahide Marina & Coast.

As a small, safe suburb of Dublin it is an ideal location for juniors. It also has Excellent Transport Links to Dublin City Centre (20 minutes by train), 10 minutes to Dublin Airport. Click here to see more on Malahide.


Sailing and English Language Camp Timetable

July 31st – August 26th 2017

  • 15 hours Tuition per week Mon – Fri 8.45 am – 12.00pm
  • 12 Hours Sailing per week Mon – Thurs 1.30pm – 4.30pm
  • 1 Half-Day Cultural Activity per week
  • 1 Full Day Saturday Excursion per week
  • 4 Optional Evening Activity per week

Programme Fees:

2 Weeks: € 1210

3 Weeks € 1830

4 Weeks € 2360Sailing_and_English_Camp_Ireland_for_Teenagers

*Full Board Host Family Accommodation additional € 200 per week

*Professional Airport Transfers Operated by a member of our staff – € 45 each way

Sailing Course Sample Programme


Sailing and English Language Camp 2017 includes:

  • Assessment on Arrival, Registration & Administration
  • 15 Hours Tuition per Week (Max of 15 students per class)
  • 12 Hours Sailing per Week & 1 Barbecue
  • Irish Leader to Accompany Groups on all Activities
  • Quality Host Family Accommodation within Walking Distance
  • One Nationality per Host Family Guaranteed unless otherwise requested
  • All Course Materials and use of Student Textbook
  • Student Exit Report & Graded Certificate of Attainment
  • 1 Half Day Activity, 1 Full Day Excursion outside Dublin
  • Unlimited Bus/Rail Pass and all Entrance Fees Included
  • 4 Optional Free Evening Activities per week
  • No Hidden Costs

Quality Host Family Accommodation

We guarantee one nationality per host family unless otherwise requested, the majority of host families have take 1 – 3 students at any time. If you have special requests regarding host family accommodation we are happy to try to meet these requirements. All host family accommodation is within walking distance of our school and vetted by our Staff.

‘A home from home’ A typical day with a host familyenglish and golf camp in ireland

Students are woken by their host mum, have a shower and eat breakfast

Students are given a packed lunch for the day

Students walk to school and return home at about 6 pm after their tuition and activity programme

On returning home, students have dinner with their host family and chat about what happened that day

Students may spend the evening relaxing and chatting with the family or friends or attend an organised evening activity (4 evenings per week)

A strict curfew of 9.30pm applies when all students must be home

Students and families have 24 hour access to an emergency phone number and a member of our team is always on duty to help



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