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I am looking for a sailing school in the Pacific NW. Washington state. I have looked at several websites and I am trying to choose which one. I am wondering if anyone on here has taken classes or knows anything about some of the schools. Any help is appreciated.
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I took a course with San Juan Sailing out of Bellingham. I don't have anything else to compare it to, but I thought it was pretty good class. It was just a basic keel boat course and got to spend a week out in the San Juan Islands.
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Jaxxon I took a course with San Juan Sailing(ASA) out of Bellingham. I don't have anything else to compare it to, but I thought it was pretty good class. It was just a basic keel boat course and got to spend a week out in the San Juan Islands.
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San Juan is the school I am leaning towards. I am planning on taking a Learn and cruise class for a week in April. Thanks for the post Jaxxon.
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San Juan's a decent school with good folks. Besides, nothing wrong with learning to sail in the Sound. Just stay outta the water.
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