The American Sailing Association believes that a great charter experience is truly the reward of a superior sailing education.
One of the greatest things about specializing in teaching sailing for over 30 years is that we’ve learned so much about ourselves during that time. Teaching over a half a million people has helped us see how people digest information most efficiently and how they can most effectively recall that information.
Not everyone gets to experience a full dose of inspiration quite like Carl Huber who will soon be sailing around the world alone, non-stop and unassisted in the Golden Globe Ocean Race in July 2018. The soft-spoken father of five was nearly fifty when he learned to sail but interestingly and unlike most, he was inspired to sail even before he ever stepped on a sailboat. He knew, almost instinctively, sailing was his calling. “I had been wanting to sail for a long time and had been talking about sailing on and off since my late teens. Then, in my early forties I had been talking about it some more.” Huber said. “The time
was going by pretty quickly. I hadn’t done a lot of things I thought I would do by that age.