How Much Anchor Line Do You Need for Sailing Safety?
If you want to learn to sail well, you also need to be able to anchor the right way. And that means putting out enough anchor line–called “rode”–to make sure that your boat anchor digs deep into the sea bottom. Follow these five fast boat anchoring steps to learn just what you need for a safe, sound, worry-free night on the hook.Seven Sailing Safety Gear Items You Need for Sailing!
If you are anything like me, you want to have the best sailing gear on your person–before you step aboard your cruising sailboat or racing sailboat. If you want to learn to sail like a pro, follow these easy tips. There are seven super important “must have” pieces of sailing gear you need before you step foot on any sail or power boat anywhere in the world.Sailboat Diesel Engine Secrets – Keep These Killers Away From Your Costly Diesel Engine!
Like a thief in the night it creeps through your engine lines and works its way past the gate guards. Then it slides, slips, and slithers like a rattler into the belly of your engine. Waiting. Resting. And as soon as you push the starter button, it awakens and begins its relentless, merciless, life-sucking destruction. Don’t let this happen to you this sailing season. Follow these easy 1-2-3 steps to combat this enemy once and for all!Sailing on Liquid Methane – Is It Possible?
Over the years, I’ve read a number of books on sailing adventures, and my love of the water and sailing will probably be with me my entire life. There’s no greater feeling than using the wind to propel you through the water, working with the wind as gracefully as possible, it’s a feeling all to its own. Not long ago I was out with a buddy and it was starting to get dark, but the water was extremely calm, and all the stars in the sky were unbelievable.How to Sail Like a Pro – Five Steps to Better Tacking When Short Handed
When you first learn how to sail, you had a lot of sailing crew to help you out. Tricky maneuvers like tacking or jibing were a snap. But what happens when you have to tack up a narrow channel all by yourself–singlehanded? If you want to learn to sail like a sailor, you’ll want to practice maneuvers like this under sail! Follow these five easy steps on your way to master the art of short-handed sailing…Introduction to the Adriatic Region’s Winds for Sailors
A brief introduction to the eight winds on the Croatian coast of Adriatic for sailors. The structure of the Adriatic region’s wind movements comprises eight main winds. Learn their main characteristics in this article.Learn to Sail Like a Pro – Seven Simple Steps for Sailboat Dinghy Safety!
When you first learn to sail, there’s a lot of emphasis on sailing skills aboard the sailboat. But what about the dinghy? You may have an inflatable or rigid sailboat dinghy. Boarding or De-boarding the wrong way could result in injury, falling overboard, or loss of costly sailing gear. Pass along these seven simple steps to your sailing crew for their safety’s sake!Thinking About Sailing in Croatia?
General information about sailing in Croatia, one of the world’s top sailing destinations. Sail the Adriatic and visit one of the thousands islands along the beautiful coast.Good Equipment Is Necessary For Safe Sailing
This article outlines the necessary equipment needed for a safe sailing trip. It recommends equipment from jackets, VHF Radios, and binoculars.Sailing the Caribbean
The idea of sailing the Caribbean conjures up a thousand images of spending long, leisurely days in a tropical paradise, soaking up the sun, exploring coral reefs and caves, swimming with dolphins and visiting the many islands with their white sandy beaches. For some the thought of Caribbean Sailing insights dreams of dining on delicious fruits, coconuts and seafood dishes or enjoying exotic cocktails, dancing into the night under glorious sunsets, or sleeping under the stars. Well.