Video Rating: 4 / 5
Nice info, I sail a lot. I race optis and its really quite fun. Thumbs up
that guy who keeps coughing needs to get out.
Sailing a 420 with a THC sail? okay!
One small error: When Matt defines Freeboard, he refers correctly to the
Waterline. But when he gets to Waterline LENGTH (LWL), he misdefines it as
freeboard (distance from deck to water). Half of these terms are more
interesting to a sailing geek like me than a first-day student, IMO.
Anyone recommend a book title that covers the basics as this video does?
This is the coughing sound effect. It plays randomly over a period of 9 and
a half minutes.
Excellent reminder of what its all about.Thank You. It wasn’t the cough
that was a problem it was how close he was to the microphone. Those were
Question Does Ku Sailing have a facebook page or a twitter? & is the club
Great job Mr. Cross. The only thing you did not do is throw the sick guy
out of your class. I hate him
amazing.. very well done, dud. 🙂
Can a brother get some fuckin’ claritin up in here? K&P
The guy with the cough should have shut up
Thank you this is what im looking for! Dat coughing guy is a dick though
Very good. would be better to make available in English subtitles.
No, it is a Butterfly. The logo is similar, but the sailplan different
That guy coughing is driving me nuts
Make him the bowman, where everyone else on the boat can hurl abuse at him.
Thank you for this good sir. I’m going to work on a sailboat for the first
time this summer, and I want to study up before the season begins. Taking
notes while watching this! Just like a real course. Cheers!
Excellent set of talks for starting sailing. All necessary info with no
extraneous crap. All applicable to cruising, racing or pottering about,
Whether dinghy or megayacht. If this could be professionally filmed with
the same guy presenting to the camera, instead of a noisy audience (&
ideally translated to English) then I would want to give a copy of all the
newbie sailors before they first get on a boat. All they will then need is
practical experience. Thanks, mate.
You can sail anywhere as long as it is a lake. There are tons of available
lakes within a short drive of pretty much any part of kansas. Even if you
dont live near a lake or ocean, it is still a good thing to learn for the
Kansas-Sailing? It must be bad living so far from an ocean, a bay, or a
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