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Jess B saved to Salute to Sailing
Some awesome apps to make your life on board even better! Have I missed any? Let me know. #sailing #apps #awesomeapps #appsforsailing
Croxton Peters saved to Ship Life
US Inland Navigation Rules, for U.S. Waterways, Great Lakes, Canada
mike james saved to Sailboats
Crewing Skills: When you're starting out it's important that you learn what all of the different parts of a sailing boat are called. To see more sailing essentials have a look at our Go Sailing app for android and iphone #sailing #nautical #boating #skipper #apps #powerboat #navigation #colregs #navlights #sea #iphone #android #yachting
jeanette Sharrow saved to Camper boat
Every beginner must know the sailing basics. Parts of a sailboat, points of sail, sailing principles, sailboat maneuvers, sailing license, learn sailing.
Harnessing the power of the wind is a wonderful feeling, but it does mean one thing: You'll have to obey the rules of the wind. When your destination is near where the wind is coming from, you can’t just sail directly there. Learning how to tack and jibe is one of the first steps you’ll need to take if you want to start sailing. While tacking and jibing themselves are simple concepts, there are some important things you need to think about. A good tack means knowing why, when and how you’ll…
Daniel Cariddi saved to Sailing instruction
Play to sail: basic yachting terminology — Sailor's base camp to start enjoying the High Coast of Sweden
The meaning of this post is to share a correct way to talk about sailing and sailboats. Sailors have been developed specific languages: it's fun because you can recognize a racing sailor or a cruiser not only by how they dress but above all by how they speak! So, to express yourself at
Regina Cunningham saved to Boat
Newbie boaters often find success or failure in their sailing cruising dreams based upon their first few experiences, not with sailing (ironically), but with getting the boat in and out of the marina. Time after time, I've seen dreams shattered due to a bump, crash, and/or a full-on anxiety attack. If you can learn how to leave a dock your ability to successfully become a cruiser increase drastically. And there is an easy way to leave a dock! It doesn't have to be stressful. There is no need…
Harry Jensen saved to Boat handling