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Best Training Facility!

Hello every one,

i was just wondering what company has the best reputation for training people in the UK, as im looking to do the fast track (ocean graduate) course... i have been speaking to UKSA (united kingdom sailing academy) but i thought i'd ask around..

any advice would be greatfully appreciated,
thnxs.. Dean
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