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07-20-2013 03:38 PM
newbie139
re: off shore sailing schools advice

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Originally Posted by Minnewaska View Post
I've known more that one to go through training with Off Shore Sailing School in Tortola and they were pleased. I've actually seen one go from absolute zero to a reasonably competent fair weather sailor in a week.
thats one I was looking at thanks
07-16-2013 06:32 PM
Minnewaska
re: off shore sailing schools advice

I've known more that one to go through training with Off Shore Sailing School in Tortola and they were pleased. I've actually seen one go from absolute zero to a reasonably competent fair weather sailor in a week.
07-16-2013 01:06 PM
Zanshin
re: off shore sailing schools advice

I think that most of the schools use monohulls for their training.

I can recommend Rob Swain Sailing School in the BVI, I took some of their ASA courses a while back and was very satisfied.

If you are looking at RYA certified schools you might have to head a bit further than the USVI/BVI, though.
07-15-2013 04:26 PM
newbie139
off shore sailing schools advice

Well things have been going pretty good finished the sailing class bought a sunfish and a dolphin to practice our new skills on now we are looking for a sailing school in the Caribbean would prefer one that use's single hull vessel's
would like hear peoples experience's both good a bad

would like something for this fall if anyone knows a good place

thanks newbie

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