Regardless of what a lot of sailors will tell you, it has been reported that up to 90% of sailors experience seasickness, whether it be mild or violent, at some time in their sailing career. Seasickness can be compared with a mild to a massive hangover (only worse) and for some, the only relief comes when the boat reaches its...
Having the right crew on your boat is as important as the sails and equipment and contributes completely to the fun you have both on the boat racing and afterwards off the boat socialising. As a skipper and leader on your boat, an enormous amount of time should be spent putting your race crew together. With the right mix of...
On a single-handed boat you steer, trim sails, watch the instruments, read the compass, track the fleet, call the tactics and attend to a myriad of other responsibilities to get you around the course as fast as possible. When there is two or more crew on a boat it is important that each sailor's roles and responsibilities are clearly defined...

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