Sailing South Seminar 2017

Sunday, October 8
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Planning to head south?

Don’t miss SAIL Magazine’s Sailing South all-day seminar in Annapolis this October. A star-studded line-up of speakers will help you plan your great escape to the sunshine.

Sunday, October 8 9AM-4PM, Naval Academy Club 2 Truxtun Road, Annapolis, Maryland 

Sailing South will feature the following speakers and topics. Includes breakfast and lunch at the Naval Academy Club

 $110 Single and $190 Couple

Register Here

NIGEL CALDER: SETTING YOUR BOAT UP FOR SAILING OFF THE GRID

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Download Nigel's PDFs here

TOM HALE: SECRETS OF THE ICW

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Download Tom's PDFs here

JIMMY CORNELL: SAILING SAFELY TO THE TROPICS

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PAUL & SHERYL SHARD: MAKING THE MOST OF THE BAHAMAS

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DAVE SKOLNICK: HOW TO STAY CONNECTED ON YOUR VOYAGES

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CAROLYN SHEARLOCK: EVERYDAY COOKING VS GOURMET

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