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  • Sail - Wikipedia

    A sail is a tensile structure—made from fabric or other membrane materials—that uses wind power to propel sailing craft, including sailing ships, sailboats, ...

  • Sail 2 Win - Home | Facebook

    Sail 2 Win, Winchester, Hampshire. 243 likes · 2 talking about this. Offering the highest level in Race Coaching, Race Preparation, Event Support and...

  • Sail and Win

    Andreas: PITMAN: Thomas: HELMSMAN: Michaela: TRIMMER : Pierina: PITMAN: Harald: SKIPPER,NAVIGATOR, TACTIC: Jackie: BOWMAN

  • Sailing - Wikipedia

    Whereas some Bermuda-rigged sailing yachts can sail as close as 30° to the wind, most 20th-Century square riggers are limited to 60° off the wind. Fore ...

  • Top tips on sailing to win – Yachting World

    Sailing to win – how to win a race and ensure you cross the line first. Tips by top match racer Ian Williams

  • World Sailing Homepage : World Sailing

    ISAF newsletter, Olympic games information, annual conference data, regatta schedules and results, sailing resources and links.

  • Sail Magazine - Your Source for Sailboats and Sailing ...

    Let’s face it—without islands to sail to, cruising wouldn’t be nearly as much fun ... Send me my SAIL magazine subscription for 1 year (12 issues) for $15. Full ...

  • Sail 2 Win Intro Page

    Sail 2 Win offers the highest level in Race Coaching, Squad Management, Race Preparation, Event Support and Sailor Mentoring, from an Intermediate to an Olympic level.

  • Sail World - The world's largest sailing news network ...

    Sailing, sail-racing and cruising news site updated constantly by contributors around the world.

  • raceQs | Podcast

    He makes a few discoveries about his sail trim and ... to discuss both upwind and downwind sail trim. Watch Paxton’s raceQs’ Geovid as the ... Race to Win is a ...

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