While I can't help with the Naples bit... I'm gonna guess you learned at Community Boating, given the Cape Cod Mercury and Charles River/Boston references in your post.
Originally Posted by jaadoogar
I'm going to be in Naples, Florida for work later this month. I want to rent a boat for a few hours per day to become more proficient and practice what I've learned so far about sailing.
I just learned how to sail last summer on the Charles River in Boston. I'm comfortable in a small centerboard Cape Cod Mercury (15' sloop). I also have sailed a 13' Hobie Wave catamaran.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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