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  1. Chartering
    Now experienced sailors and boat owners need an ASA 104 certificate to charter a bare-boat in Croatia. More destinations to come... In the past I have bare-boated many destinations and needed no more proof of my abilities than my "Sailing Resume". Now I am told by The Moorings / Sunsail that I...
  2. General Discussion (sailing related)
    I am a lifelong power boater new to sailing. I have always boated in New York state where I didn't need a certificate or license for my boats. I am now getting into sailing with my first day sailer which will have a small outboard which I plan on using in CT. I have not taken the CT Safe...
  3. Learning to Sail
    Hi all. Down in beautiful Charleston SC at the City Marina. We're staying on a 38 cat and really roughing it. :) The only thing I don't have is TV and I'm supposed to get that tomorrow. Clear skies, 10-15kt winds and around 65 or so yesterday on the harbor. The admiral and I are getting...
  4. Learning to Sail
    Getting back into sailing in FL (decades after sailing dinghies as a kid in NJ). Question - it looks as if both US Sailing and the American Sailing Association (ASA) offer sailing instruction on everything from basic keelboat to coastal cruising to navigation to anchoring/docking to offshore...
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