“The aspect of teaching sailing that I like best is being able to introduce students to a new outdoor activity” – Kim Walther
The snow is in our proverbial wake and now it’s time to get at that pre-launch spring checklist. Here are seven big ones that should be considered before your first sail.
Here are eight tips for new racers that will make the challenge a bit more manageable and little less daunting
Looking for some new recipes that you can actually make in your boat’s galley? Good food, but not gourmet?
Bob Diamond has been teaching beginning-sailors the ropes for a good long time and has been an instructor at Spinnaker Sailing in Redwood City, California since 1984.
While waiting for the ferry to Alcatraz in San Fransisco Chet Shubert was so entranced by all the sailboats on the bay that he signed up for sailing classes that following week!
In 2006 Jim King took his first ASA 101 & ASA 103 courses – he bought a boat the next weekend! Now he owns his own sailing school, North Star Sailing Charters.
John Martin is a guy who knows how to live life. A retired surgeon who has sailed around the world, Martin has over 48,000 nautical miles under his belt and he’s still sailing all the time.
Drew Skelton, owner of Blown Away Sailing in Maryland, found his way into sailing through the Boy Scouts of America program and has been a waterman ever since.