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Does anyone have any experience with Fair Wind Sailing School, Lake Erie specifically. I was going to take my wife for some classes there and wondered if anyone had any opinions. I was thinking about the Instant Cruiser class. Thanks.
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I used them down here in MD. Sorry, no experience with them up there. As I understand it, the owner is up there. I had a great instructor and the boat was great. Class was small and well-structured. Tests were a breeze and reinforced through on-the-water time. We were on the water 95% of the time. I also attented the instant cruiser, which I think is ASA 101 and 103. Got the certification and stamps in the mail a few months later.

Good luck. Have fun.
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