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  1. When I start watching this video I thought that it was silly, but I tell you, I end up loving it! Great way of demonstrating how to sail in an easy and understandable way! Great job guys!

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  2. Learning to sail is tough for me. I'm trying for years, but cannot eat the fear. Anybody tells me what's going on?

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    1. It likely has to do with the boat your sailing than with you. It is best to start out on a stable type boat, like a Hobie Wave versus something like a Laser or Sunfish. Also learning to sail on a big monohull like a keelboat is not a good idea either. Sailing a Hobie Wave allows you to focus on sailing versus worrying about tipping over, etc. The best way to learn to sail is to take a class. If you do not take a class from us (funtosail) then find a local sailing school. Do your research and make use they are focused on teaching you to sail versus sailing terminology or promoting particular types of sailboats (monohull versus multihull and vise versa). Ask more questions here would be great for others to read or email us at funtosail@gmail.com

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  3. Thank you Very Much for your Informative Blog. I follow your footsteps and also my family about your Boating Training. I look for a Sailing School in Newport Beach, Your blog is very helpful for me. Keep it up!

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    1. I highly recommend asking each sailing school you are looking into if they teach on Hobie Wave's. Trust me you will want to learn on a Wave versus anything else. I believe in Oakland there is a school there that uses Wave's. Or find a local Hobie fleet by visiting the North American Hobie Class Association (can google it) to find a fleet in your area. We will be adding online learn-to-sail classes shortly. Also, will be offering long distance instruction via your cell phone. More on that shortly to be posted in the lesson section of funtosail.com

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