This year The NauticEd Crew had a blast at the Annapolis Boat Show. Here are a couple of fun video collages we took. They speak for them selves. Anchoring issues? Watch this.
This post was inspired by the conversation I had with a student sailing off shore in big waves. He was wanting to know how to keep his sails full and have a more comfortable ride whilst sailing downwind. See that conversation here: Wave and Forereaching. In our storm tactics course, we talk about how forereaching is […]
Here is a great question from a student with our answer below. QUESTION: Hey Grant! Any chance you can email me the barber hauler article direct? I’m at sea, on a out new-to-us 40′ Leopard Cat on a 1200nm journey and have been really struggling to get the headsail to set right while running downwind. […]
If you like that we made this course for free, LIKE us over there —-> The NauticEd FREE Basic Sail Trim online sailing course is now available as a regular course – still FREE. We did this for a few reasons. (1) We wanted to incorporate the valuable information into the more advanced Sail Trim […]
ATTN: The NauticEd Coastal Navigation Course has been upgraded and updated. See below. If you like that we update things for free, LIKE us over there —-> Snap Test: (1) At Eastport, Maine. What was the max spring high tide height after the eclipsed super full moon on September 28th 2015. What was the min […]
If you like this freebie tip, LIKE us over there —-> thx for that! First – what is an auto-tack? It’s when you are sailing along on a close haul about 30 or so degrees off the wind minding your own business when either the wind changes OR you weren’t watching the boat turning up into […]