- Why You Should Learn To Sail
- Finding a place to learn
- Understanding what’s happening
- Tying off a line
- Getting equipped
- Questions for first time sailers
- Should you buy a boat?
Yvan Bourgnon of Switzerland sailed his small 6.5 meter (~ 21 foot) catamaran 55,000 kilometers, around the world, in 220 days on the open water. As the the little sport catamaran didn’t have a cabin or on-board accommodation, the adventurer slept exposed to the elements.
Bourgnon documented his voyage and its ups and downs with his camera.
Embarking on a life of freedom and exploration that most only dream about, Liz Clark set sail for the South Pacific as captain of her 40-foot sailboat, Swell. More than 12 years and 20,000 miles later, she’s still out there. Sharing tales of wind, waves and the learnings that lie beyond the horizon, this 332-page book tells the story of Liz’s voyage in her own honest and open-hearted words. Available in April from Patagonia or your bookseller of choice.