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Just returned from the Sacketts and Bay Area Sailing from a weekend course of ASA 101 Basic Keel Boat. It was wonderful. The instructor on my boat, Andy was great as well as Joe, Tony, and the other instructors I met on the other class boats. Because we had three boats in the water both days we were able to do allot, and experience rules of the road first hand in just about every possible way. The course is a boat load of information, but these guys made it fun and educational.

I highly recommend these folks. I'm back down there in a couple of weeks to continue my training.

Johnshasteen, thanks for the tip on Joe Lee's....It was great.

Kymbie, Tony is a hoot. He wasn't on my boat, but I did get a chance to chat with him several times, and he's already chatted with me about the 103/104 class. We had several women taking the class this weekend and they were all treated the same as anyone by both the instructors (including Andy, our instructor) and by the other students.

Again, Bay Area Sailing, is a really good place. 5 stars in my book!
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Hi I am Muaz and new in this forum and I want to know about sail?
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