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Learning to sail: Puget Sound

I live on Bainbridge Island, WA, and I'm thinking of taking sailing lessons. I've heard about the program at the Maritime Center in Port Townsend, WA. Any opinions on this program or others I should consider? Thanks for the help!

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I know nothign about that one, but at Shilshole is WIndworks and seattle sailing with lessons, and options to take out the boats they own.

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and Sail Sand Point, or the Seattle Wooden Boat Center
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Actually go to this web site
48° North - The Sailing Magazine
There are at least 18 months of back issues, and IIRC February, they do a run down of ALL sailing schools in the pugetsound region. Something may popup that you like. I believe there are about 20-30 schools of different types and sizes. Some will work, other not.
There is also page with in the site that links to some of the schools too. ALong with adds in the back pages. Another local freeby rag at marine stores and marinas, is yachting, which has some adds and lists for schools locally too,

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