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Learning to sail at Oriental NC

Well as my names say I want to sail. I am thinking about taking some classes (basic Keelboat) at Oriental NC /www.sailingschooloriental.com

Any thoughts? Good or bad idea good or bad place, waste of money etc...

I also plan to purchase these lessons as a gift to a graduating senior in may/june.
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I took two classes at Priority Sailing in Southport, NC Captains Dave
and Carolyn Were very patient with me when I was learning to sail with them
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The Oriental School of Sailing is run by Chris Daniels and he is a great guy. I haven't taken any of his courses but from a bystanders point of view, they seem to be very thorough and the class size is small enough to get individual attention. Lot's of on-the-water time in the school's two 24ft boats.
James
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