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Navigation Discussion: Napoleon Bonaparte and Neil Armstrong discussing how to sail to New Zealand. Bonaparte is trying to explain about north whilst Armstrong is playing a big trick on him.
Soccer Conversion: A professional soccer player secretly admitting that he loves sailing more than soccer
The Sailing Expert: A guy showing off about how much he is enjoying sailing but you don't find out until the end of the video just what he is smiling about
Learn to Sail with NauticEd: Learn to sail with NauticEd's online sailing courses. For novice to advanced. NauticEd is an online sailing school.
Get Free Sailing Courses: NauticEd's referral program explained. Learn how to get free sailing courses and sailing certification with NauticEd. NauticEd is the World's Most Advanced Sailing Education and Sailing Certifications. If you're wanting to learn to sail or brush up on your sailing skills then start with NauticEd. This video shows how the sailing courses can be free.
Tacking Maneuvers:Created by NauticEd Sailing school, this animated sailing video shows the maneuvers of a sailboat as it is tacking and gybing around a course. If you're learning to sail then watch this and learn the sailing nomenclature. This series of sailing videos are embedded through NauticEd's multimedia sailing courses. NauticEd is the world's most advanced online sailing education and sailing certification company. See NauticEd's sailing courses
Points of Sail:NauticEd Sailing School has multimedia sailing lessons and sailing courses. This animated sailing video depicts a sailboat maneuvering around a course while the different "points of sail" are shown. When a student wants to learn to sail they must understand the points of sail.
Man Overboard:Man overboard is a life threatening situation. This video by NauticEd online sailing school shows the how to circle back to return to the man overboard. Tack the boat immediately then circle around. Approach the victim from downwind and stop the boat on the leeward side. If you're learning to sail, one of the first things to learn is the man overboard drill.
Man Overboard: When sailing a close reach, reach or broad reach, if you have a man overboard situation follow the procedure in this video by NauticEd Sailing School. Use the deep beach reach method. Tack the boat, turn downwind and sail back to the victim approaching from downwind. Position the victim on the windward side of the boat. If you're learning to sail, you should know this information before venturing out.
Near Collision Disaster: NauticEd has developed a series of videos explaining the rules of the nautical road. These two sailboats are operating under power. They are therefore classified as power driven vessels. In this case, the sailboat who sees the other sailboat on their right is the give way vessel. Sailing schools should use these videos to demonstrate the rules. If you're learning to sail you should take the rules of the nautical road FREE sailing course
Another Near Collision: When two sailboats on the same tack meet, the most leeward boat is the stand-on boat. The other must give way. In this video the sailboats nearly collide but the windward boat turns to sail in behind the leeward boat. This sailing video should also be used by sailing schools in their learn to sail seminar to teach rules of the nautical road. NauticEd developed this video for the FREE Rules of the Nautical Road online sailing course
Near Collision: A high tech animation of two sailboats approaching each other on a collision course. One sailboat is on starboard, the other on port. The sailboat on starboard by convention is the stand-on boat. Meaning it holds course and speed while the sailboat on port must give way to the sailboat on starboard. A sailboat on starboard means that the wind is coming from the direction across its starboard side first. A sailboat on port means the wind is coming from the direction across from its port side. In the animation you can see the boat that changes direction is on port because the wind is pushing its sails to the starboard side of the boat. i.e. sails are always on the downwind side of the sailboat. This animation is used in the NauticEd sailing school Rules of the Nautical Road FREE Sailing Course
Calculate Your Heading video: Learn how to calculate your heading with a known leeway and current. This NauticEd Sailing School Coastal Navigation Class video lays out a navigation challenge then solves it using a coastal map of Long Island Sound. The Coastal Navigation Sailing Course is online at NauticEd. You can learn many other navigation skills with these easy to understand sailing courses and sailing lessons.
Easily calculate your set and drift: Online sailing instruction courses at NauticEd give lots of advice on coastal navigation. There are other sailing classes to learn to sail from. Visit the NauticEd online sailing school courses. Take the FREE online sailing Navigation Rules class.
Set and Drift Explained: Understand Set and Drift in 1 minute and 20 seconds with NauticEd's online navigation sailing lesson then take the coastal navigation sailing certification.. Watch as your course is plotted on a chart. Learn how to account for leeway and current when navigating. Take other sailing classes with NauticEd sailing school including a FREE Navigation Rules course.
The Running fix explained simply: NauticEd's online sailing instruction explains the running fix and how to do it. This 50 second video shows you how. More online sailing lessons at NauticEd's sailing courses.
Dead Reckoning: NauticEd provides online sailing lessons. Learn to dead reckon your position with this coastal navigation sailing video.
The nautical slide rule: Go to our website for online sailing courses. This shows how to use the nautical slide rule. Given two of the variables of speed and distance, the slide rule will calculate the other.
Using a Course Protractor: Sailing classes by NauticEd online sailing school gives sailing instruction for beginner through advanced sailors. This coastal navigation tip shows how to use a course protractor to easily get a bearing from one point on a chart to another.
Using the Dividers: NauticEd's online sailing instruction coursesbrings you this navigation tip on how to use the dividers to transfer a known gps position on to a chart.
Using a known gps position: Online NauticEd classes covers all sailing instruction including coastal navigation. This shows how to transfer a known gps position onto a chart using dividers for speed. Visit our website for a list of all the courses
Using Parallel Rulers: How to use the parallel rulers when navigating. Transfer a bearing into a magnetic course heading by using the compass rose. At NauticEd there are beginner to advanced sailing instruction courses.
Sailing Certification Explained: The NauticEd Sailing Certificationis based on theory and practical elements of sailing training. If you are seeking to learn to sail then this video will get you on the right tracks for your sailing certification. It follows a similar type of curriculum used by the United States Coast Guard captain's license and most other countries certify bodies. Take the online sailing lessons and log your practical sailing experience in the FREE NauticEd sailing logbook. Grow your sailing certification with NauticEd. Most yacht charter sailing companies accept the NauticEd Sailing certification. If you're taking a sailing vacation then get a NauticEd sailing certification first.
Compile Your Sailing Logbook Resume with NauticEd Sailing School: All yacht charter sailing companies require you to fill out a sailing logbook or resume when you take a sailing vacation. NauticEd makes it easy with a free online sailing logbook. Watch this sailing video to learn how to fill out your sailing logbook. If you're learning to sail, then the NauticEd Sailing School sailing certification with the sailing logbook is what you need to show charter companies that you are a competent sailor.
Alex Learns To Sail: From the Makers and Designers of NauticEd, the world's most advanced online sailing education and certification, comes a new and highly effective teaching concept for sailing training kids.
Come Join Alex on his Journey to Learn to Sail a Dinghy.
This is a wonderfully educational and interactive fiction story about a boy Alex who gets a dinghy sailboat for his birthday. But unknown to Alex, Dinghy is a real talking dinghy who has won a gold medal in the Olympics.
Join Alex as he discovers Dinghy's magic and leads him through the fundamentals of learning to sail in this fun interactive ebook.
Throughout the ebook, you'll interact with Dinghy to control the sails and tiller yourself.
At the end, Dinghy and Alex race in a local regatta with a suspenseful set of events.
Once Alex and Dinghy have finished their race, you can join in and race the exact same race using the fun interactive sailing game.
Catamaran Sailing Confidence Course: Learning to sail a catamaran just got easier with NauticEd's Catamaran Sailing Confidence Clinic. Learn catamaran sailing tips and tricks with NauticEd Sailing School. Get a sailing certification from NauticEd. Get catamaran certified for a yacht charter vacation.
NauticEd's Boat Sharing Software:Share your boat more simply with the NauticEd Boat sharing software. With myBoat boat share software, you will feel like you have total access to almost all the time on your boat. The software ensures everyone gets their fair share but also allows everyone to access the unused time when ever they want. It's brilliantly simple. This video explains the software - to get started go toour website now and start sharing your boat using the worlds most advanced sharing software specially designed for boats.
Seafaring360: Sail around the world as you wish on the SeaFaring360 Beneteau57. Fractional sailing ownership program. A 4 year circumnavigation where you come and go as you please all for a fraction of the cost. For more info go to http://www.seafaring360.com
Antigua Sailing Week: NauticEd and Safe Passage Sailing's participation in Antigua Sailing Week. You'll see some great Racing sailing video and some testimonies from the crew who attended the sailing race. If you're learning to sail then one of these immersion sailing adventure weeks is a great way to "get your feet wet". We raced on a Farr 65 foot sailboat and had a blast.
CatNed The Catamaran Docking Game: Play the Catamaran Maneuvering Game by NauticEd. It's fun and entertaining. If you're wanting to learn to sail a catamaran, this is an essential tool to teach catamaran maneuvering skills. Learn catamaran docking skills. Don't hit the docks or any other boats. Use the dual engine controls to maneuver the catamaran around the marina. Once you've mastered the game, take the NauticEd Catamaran sailing Confidence course.
The Sail Trim Sailing Game: Play the sail trim game. Learn to sail by maximizing the efficiency of your sails with Advanced NED the sail trim game. This is a FREE sailing game bought to you by - NauticEd sailing school. Visit our website to play Advanced NED or other NauticEd sailing Games. Once you've mastered this FREE game - take the NauticEd Sail Trim online clinic.
Preventing Twists in the Mainsheet (60 secs): In this learn to sail series from NauticEd Online Sailing School, we show a simple video on how to prevent a twist traveling up the mainsheet to the boom block on a sailboat.
Reversing Propeller: Video rendering of a reversible propeller. This illustration is useful in understanding how it works. Used in themaneuvering under power course for the learn to sail series. Online sailing courses. Video and sales of the reversible propeller provided by PYI Inc. http://www.pyiinc.com
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