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NAS Sailing Center is an organization that offers you something completely different from standard yacht charter and sailing schools. With them, you can learn a lot about not only modern sailing but also traditional sailing, history and ecology.

5 Ways to Become a Sailor – Part 1

If you are a passionate sailor you must remember how you fell in love with sailing in the first place. There are many ways to become a sailor, like if your family owned a yacht, or maybe you had sailing as a class in your school or perhaps you learned to sail at a sailing club.

What About Skipper’s Discretion?

There are a lot of virtues a good skipper should have. One of the most important ones is discretion. Not sharing photos, signing a statement of discretion and talking to third parties what was heard on the yacht. But what about when a skipper is a witness of an unpleasant situation? What do you think?

I Wanna See This Guy Sailing

I was asked to organize a nice sailing trip. We communicated via e-mail and I was thrilled and excited to answer all the questions because they seemed eager to sail… they even took a basic sailing course in order to be ready for the sailing trip. But, when we met, I realized that things are not going to be so easy…

Skippers’ Recommendations and Decisions

Although the customers on a sailing boat are usually eager to sail, see and explore it is always wise to listen to your skipper. Skippers rely on weather forecast and it is not in their interest to be blamed for laziness. They also look after your safety and don’t want to expose you to any risky situations.

What Skipper’s Life Really Looks Like

Who would not accept living on a yacht in exotic locations, enjoying endless summer and making friends with people all over the world? Imagine steering a fancy yacht with sails full of favorable breeze while firmed oiled bodies are tanning on the deck, listening to the waves breaking onto your hull on your way to abandoned sandy cove waiting just for you to drop the anchor in its turquoise waters… Sounds perfect, doesn’t it?