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October 30, 2019

The best part about keeping your diesel clean is your ability to discover and correct engine wear long before it becomes an expensive repair

August 17, 2019

Dreaming of the freedom and adventure in cruising on your own or with your sweetheart? Then eventually, you'll leap into the first really big step..

February 22, 2019

One person's story of having the confidence to use newly acquired skills and the feeling of tremendous success.

February 13, 2019

"Please don't leave me with this mess."

February 6, 2019

Sails are trimmed to just below the speed of the slowest boat allowing the chance to catch up. Genoa is reefed more, the down haul tightened, main is over trimmed as an easy way to regain speed once he’s near. I sit down and sing a song to match the beat caused by the...

January 25, 2019

We always begin by carefully examining six key areas: engine, fuel, steering, bilge, navigation tools, and safety equipment. Take a look at what we found.

November 22, 2018

Have you practiced executing a MOB/person overboard recovery method? Every second counts! To execute a recovery, 1. Yell, "Person Overboard!" Stretch out an arm, point at, and maintain eye contact with the person in the water

April 30, 2018

For those wishing to increase sailing experience, crewing on a multi-day passage is an exciting opportunity to apply basic sailing skills, gain new ones, and share in achieving something great as a member of a team.  The following five responsibilities are general guid...

April 21, 2017

“Knowledge is power.”  Consider the number of situations and events where this could be applied. It is a familiar expression actually summarizing a series of three steps: 1. select reliable, credible sources for information, 2. consult them in a timely manner, 3.  use...

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