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Volunteer Instructors


Volunteer Instructors

Firstly it should be mentioned that in Russian we write and say «инструкторА» instead of «инструкторЫ». The tradition to use the letter «А» instead of «Ы» in the plural number appeared in the squadron a long time ago. Only the commodores know the history of this question well.

Secondly, on reading this you may instantly have a question – why are they called “Volunteers”? The educative system of the squadron implies constant development of a person from being a newcomer to an instructor. Of course, not everyone becomes an instructor, some people can’t (for various reasons) even master a yacht crew commander’s responsibility.

Volunteer-instructors group normally consists of students, who can’t yet work permanently as main instructors.

Presently some volunteer-instructors take active part in the squadron’s life; they are …

flag officer Vladimir NOVOSYOLOV
Владимир Новосёлов

Volodya Novosyolov

Volodya Novosyolov at VKONTAKTE.RU

Vladimir came to the squadron being an eleven-form student. He dreamed of coming to the squadron from his childhood and was ready to overcome some difficulties – he had to go to classes from Sysert. Things got easier when Volodya entered the Ural state Pedagogical University (USPU) and moved to Ekaterinburg. He worked for several years as a full-fledged staff instructor being responsible for the squadron’s computers and heading the volunteer programs. Now Vladimir is inclined to get a master’s degree at the St. Petersburg State University and moved to St. Petersburg to study there.


Flag officer Novosyolov held classes on History of Fleet and The Computer Literacy Foundations in the squadron.

the press-centre of “Carabela”

Photos taken from the “Carabela’s” archieves

Alyona Khazinurova, the Press Center of the “Carabela” squadron

translated from Russian by Alyona Khazinurova and Ekaterina Kudyukova

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