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SAIL'S BEST LITTLE LEARN TO SAIL BOOK EVER

by Sail Staff, Posted May 21, 2003
To begin       You don't need to know much about how a piston engine works in order to drive a car. You get in, turn on the engine, shift into gear, step on the gas, and off you go.      In a sailboat, though, you play a far more active role in harnessing the energy that propels you forward. You can get

Sailing Schools

by Sail Staff, Posted April 22, 2003
There are courses to help racers move up in the standings, courses that teach the skills needed for chartering or overnight passages, and even courses where students learn celestial navigation and passagemaking while sailing offshore with an instructor.Most sailing schools are affiliated with an umbrella organization that issues certification. The web sites of these umbrella groups have
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