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Got my ASA-103 with East Carolina Sailing

Well finished up my ASA-103 this past weekend at East Carolina Sailing in Havelock, NC with Captain Michael. As a quick review all I can say is good things He is patient and very clear on his instruction. There were three of us in the class and he had all of us do the drills several times each. Each day started in the class room and also finished in the class room, the in-between time was all on the water. Also Mathews Point Marina is a great place. I would give it all Aís all around and would recommend East Carolina Sailing to anyone. All I have to do now is practice what I have learned and save money for the 104 Thanks Captain Michael for helping me with the next step in my quest to sail.
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Re: Got my ASA-103 with East Carolina Sailing

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Re: Got my ASA-103 with East Carolina Sailing

I recently completed the ASA-101, 103 and 104 classes with Blue Water Sailing School in Ft Lauderdale, FL. The classes were excellent, we practiced all the sailing maneuvers (tacking, jibing, MOB, heave-to, sail on and off an anchor, reef a sail, shake out a reef, and docking, learning prop walk, tight area turns), you know all that good stuff all day for a week. It was great. Capt Ted of BWSS was full of help and patience, practical ways of doing things. He went over things (a lot!) but never yelled or fussed at us. Enjoy ASA-104 when you get to it, sailing just gets better and better every time you get on the water.
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Re: Got my ASA-103 with East Carolina Sailing

Congrats, I just got my ASA basic keelboat two weeks ago from the school in southport!
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