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Coaches’ Corner: Fine Tune Your Boathandling

By Chris Szepessy

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Whether it’s getting the hang of “tiller toward trouble” in an Optimist or learning the feel of the wheel on a keelboat, one of the first things that a beginner sailor learns is how to steer the boat with the rudder. However, using the rudder is not the only way to steer.

Juniors

Sailing Fitness in the Off-Season

By Chris Szepessy

Temperatures hover around freezing, the daylight hours are short and those sailing boots have most likely been pushed to the farthest depths of your closet. By now, most boats are hibernating safely in the garage or basement. Yes, it’s winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t stay in “sailing shape” during the off-season…and it might be easier than you think!

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Dock Art

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I figured that there had to be a better way to handle the excess dockline that was left over after properly and neatly wrapping the line on the cleat when docking.

Juniors

Sailing in Current

By Chris Szepessy

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As if there weren’t enough complications in sailboat racing already, most sailing venues in the Northeast also feature current on the racecourse. What do you need to know about sailing in current?

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