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Old 25-04-2011, 13:02   #16
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Re: Sailing Classes Help

Another option is join a local sailing club and work through their fleets. Here is So.Cal, I know of several clubs that start with C14's, Solings, ... and work up to 30'-40' Catalinas, Hunters..... The Red Cross course that I took in college started with Sabats, Lasers,... A small boat gives you an intuitive feel for how the boat, wind and waves interact.
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