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Start Sailing by Andy Smith & Tim Davison
Start Sailing by Andy Smith & Tim Davison

Don't miss our sailing workshops

by Miami International Boat Show 14 Feb 05:08 GMT 13-17 February 2020
2020 Miami International Boat Show © Miami International Boat Show

George Day. Bob Bitchin. Pam Wall. Chris Parker. Tucker Thompson. Capt. Manuel Rodríguez-Leston.

These experts will be there. Will you?

We're pleased to offer a top-notch curriculum of sailing education, taught by renowned sailing experts. Select from:

  • Catamarans Are Not All Alike: How to Choose the Right One
  • Sailing with a Starboard Attitude
  • Family Sailing with Kids
  • USA's America's Cup Challenge: Chasing the Cup
  • Outfitting Your Sailboat for Bluewater Cruising
  • Marine Weather
  • Cruising in the Bahamas
  • Fishing Seminar for Kids (in English & Spanish)
  • Cruising the Bahamas — An In-depth Presentation Geared to Thoroughly Prepare You
Pre-registration required. Fees vary by course.

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