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Marsbrook

I've always had a passion for the water, and sailing in particular. After learning on a Laser, I progressed to a Fireball dinghy followed by c. 10 years sailing a variety of yachts around the UK, France and Spain. Now... I'm going back to dinghies and looking forward to it. 2012 will find me at the dinghy show in London searching out our next family dinghy.
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Marsbrook
I've always had a passion for the water, and sailing in particular. After learning on a Laser, I progressed to...
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on Tuesday, 20 December 2011
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Taking that first step to learn to sail can be difficult. It's not that it's hard, but like many things it's often hard to know where to begin.

Learning to Sail - Where to Begin

This seems like a good place to start....the beginning. The choices you have are to a degree determined by:

  • proximity to a suitable lake & club or school
  • proximity to the coast
  • do you like getting wet
  • how much do you like your creature comforts
  • your willingness to travel
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Finding a sea school or watersports activity on marsbrookboating just got easier!

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I've always had a passion for the water, and sailing in particular. After learning on a Laser, I progressed to...
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on Thursday, 03 November 2011
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Hurray! It's been in the pipeline for some time, but finally the new look marsbrookboating.com has arrived. Whilst I'm sure there are tweaks to come and things still being added (such as this blog for example), the main bulk of things is now done.

What does this mean for people? Well, finding a sea school or sailing schooll appropriate to your needs is now easier, and when you've found one that suits, there's lots more information available for you. Let's look at a few specifics:

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