“Sailing with “Jensine” in the Danish South Sea”

Oprettet af Birte Marie Linnebjerg den 1.2.2018
THE ROTARY CLUBS OF VOJENS & HADERSLEV DENMARK
hereby invites young people from your District to join the Summercamp “Sailing with “Jensine” in the Danish South Sea” during the period of Tuesday 31st of July to Monday 13th of August 2018

The themes of the camp are: See Southern Jutland (6 days) and go sailing with Jensine (1 week).

Haderslev is a town in southern Denmark, located on the beautiful east coast of the peninsula Jutland. The first days you will stay at Rotarians home and see the Southern part of Denmark. A day trip by train to our Capital Copenhagen is also included. After e few days the “summercampers” will go on board “Jensine of Haderslev”. This is the oldest wooden sailing ship in Denmark. The guests are the crew! A certified Captain and 1st Officer will be in charge on board.

A maximum of 11 young people no younger than 17 and no older than 21 can join this camp. You are invited to send one girl or one boy.

ACCOMODATION:
At Rotarian homes before and after the sailing trip as well as on board the ship “Jensine” (2nd week).

INSURANCE:
The guests are expected to bring their own insurance (health, risks and accidents).

COSTS:
The guests pay for their own trip to/from via Billund Airport (or Vojens Train Station in Southern Jutland), from where pick-up will be arranged.  All other expenses are paid for by the Rotary Clubs, but we advise the guests to bring their own pocketmoney. Further a participation fee of DKK 500,- (70,- Euro) will be charged. This amount will be collected by the “Camp Leader” on the arrival day.

Se more on our web-page:  www.camp-jensine.dk   (Username: jensine   Password: rotary)

APPLICATION: 
The Rotary Standard Application is to be sent per PDF file to:

YEO Jakob Volther

Multidistrict Denmark – District 1440-1480

(Chairman ShortTerm Exchange Denmark,

 Camps and Family to Family)

e-mail:

cm-st (at) rotary-yep.net

 no later than May 1st 2018.

Best regards

and yours in Rotary

Jakob Volther