I enjoyed the Skipper’s Course very much. As someone new to the world of sailing, it was very helpful. Although I have not been able to put my new skills into practice as of yet (I live in Alaska and November is not a very popular sailing month due to the feet of snow we […]
Well that’s it – we launched the new maneuvering under power clinic. Full of diagrams, wind directions and boats under power. Funny tho, cause I took the test and even got a few wrong myself. I was reading the questions too fast. The test is quite difficult and you really need to read carefully and […]
In anticipation of launching the new Maneuvering under power clinic for the NauticEd sailing school, I thought I’d get out a few tips and graphics that were put into the clinic. In the course we spent a lot of time focusing on reversing a sailboat for two reasons really. The first is that reverse is […]
Two christmas’ ago, 5 of us went to Guadeloupe Island for Christmas. We chartered a sunsail 44 ft Beneteau and sailed for a week around the local islands of Guadeloupe, Marie Galante and Dominica and Iles des Saintes. It was an incredible trip and we had great winds all week including a 30 knot blow. […]
Funny Video of a guy learning to sail He should have used Nauticed – Online sailing courses. . . . .
Welcome to the first blog on the qualified Crew Member course. Please feel free to add to this blog on anything relating to crewing a boat or on the crew course itself. Any improvements? .
Welcome to the Bareboat charter blog. Please feel free to add anything relating to chartering a boat. Stories, where you went, what you liked, or how can we improve the charter clinic? Places I’ve chartered? St. Marteen, Greece, Corsica, New Zealand, Croatia, British Virgin Islands, St barts, St kitts, Grenada, St. Lucia, Guadaloupe Islands, The […]
Welcome to the first blog post on Storm Tactics. Please feel free to add to the blog on anything related to storms.
Welcome to the first Sail Trim Post. Please feel free to comment or add new posts to this blog on anything concerning trimming those sails and getting the most out of the wind.
This is the first blog post for the Skipper course and we encourage everyone to post their comments about general leadership, operations of a modern sailboat and general learning to sail topics. Also feel free to let us know about the NauticEd Skipper Course and it can be improved and expanded. My first comment and […]