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Welcome to Chartering

Charter a beautifully renovated Atlantic 49'' directly from the Owner to the Greek islands!
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Welcome to Chartering

It is just as easy to learn how to sail a large boat as it is to sail a small boat. In some ways, it is easier, because the larger boat is more forgiving, ie it does not respond as rapidly to sail and wind change as does a small boat. The systems are more complex on the larger boat, but are not that hard to learn
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I would highly recomend the Maryland School of Sailing and Seamanship. They are ASA, but you don''t have to take the test to take the classes. The owner Tom T also teaches the two different navigation classes in PA.
www.mdschool.com

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Try to get L.Don Bocutti, as an instructor. You wont be sorry.If you r going to use the md school of sailing.
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I''ve found a several good schools on charternet.com. They have them broken out by location which is nice
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Your friend would do well to contact the "Moraine Sailing Club" out of Pittsburgh, Pa. They sail on Lake Arthur, 30 minutes north of "Da''Burgh". They maintain a fleet of four "Flying Scot" class boats and several Sunfish. There are members that personally own larger Catalina''s and such in the 25'' to 30'' range, and sometimes look for crew for daysails on the lake. I joined the club this year. $225.00 a year gets you use of all club boats AND small craft certification TRAINING. (Red Cross small boat training/cert). Certified members may use the club boats at any time, boats are reserved online prior to use. Great club, at your pace learning, weekly racing. I highly recommend the club. Start small, learn BIG !
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