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Sailing Acronym Jargon Buster!

When learning to sailing, the amount of odd phrases and bizarre acronyms can be overwhelming – and mastering them can be a slow process. No, a sheet isn’t a sail and the heads aren’t somewhere you want to spend a long time, especially when in a lumpy sea. Well today we’re going to dispel the myths and start picking our way through the more comm

Warsash Spring Series - A skippers report

Blog written by Mason King, race skipper and coach: This weekend saw Rocket Dog II and her crew racing in the third Warsash Spring Series weekend, with a day’s training on Saturday followed by the real thing on Sunday. Conditions were perfect for training with a steady 12 - 15 knots of wind, enough to make it interesting and testing at times,

Sun, sailing, sheets and sandbanks

Written by guest blogger and crew member Steve: It’s a funny thing sailing. Unless you are fortunate enough to own a yacht, or are chartering, then you choose to get bundled up with a bunch of strangers for a number of days to whom you entrust your safety and with whom you share your valuable spare time doing something you love.  You eat to

Get on Your Power Boat

It's official - Sailing Logic has received the stamp of approval from the RYA and we are now a fully accredited RYA Powerboat School!So if you would like to learn to drive a rib, or even become a rib instructor, we can now help! So here is a quick insight in to the powerboat courses we are running: Powerboat Level 2 (PB2)With no prior experience

Professional Yachtmasters - Where are they now?

Whilst many sailing schools offer a fastrack Yachtmaster programme, Sailing Logic were the first to shake things up and offer a programme which was designed to offer various types of sailing – including racing - and guarantee work experience opportunities. Sailing Logic’s Professional Yachtmaster Development Programme (PYMDP) was designed around

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