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Sailing Lessons in Houston/Clearlake Area

Hi,
I've never been sailing but I've always had a certain intrest in the sea and sailing in particular, and I was wondering whether anyone knew of any sailing schools around the Houston/Clearlake, TX area that were affordable and good.

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SeaLake Yacht Sales

Call SeaLake Yacht Sales. Their number is 281-334-0457. This may actually be a direct line to an ASA Instructor.

I cannot attest to their knowledge, but they seem to be a top notch brokerage. It is ASA Certified and local.
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