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where is the best place to take sailing lessons in nc?
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I am a novice sailer as well. We stayed in the Outer Banks in Nags Head. They have a place right off mile marker 14 that rents and gives lessons. The boat we rented was a brand new 16 Cat. Prices were reasonable around 40 bucks for the first hour of rental. Have fun
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The Wrightsville Beach area is very nice. I'm sure you can get some sailing lessons there. Good access to the ocean.

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I am a novice sailer as well. We stayed in the Outer Banks in Nags Head. They have a place right off mile marker 14 that rents and gives lessons. The boat we rented was a brand new 16 Cat. Prices were reasonable around 40 bucks for the first hour of rental. Have fun
I just remembered the name. It is Kitty Hawk.
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re: Sailing Lesson

Oriental's School of Sailing
Capt. Chris Daniela Owner (252) 675-1321
www.sailingschooloriental.com

They also have rentals for after your lessons!

Enjoy a great cruising/sail area!
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