Getting into sailing can seem daunting. When I first got interested, I was completely overwhelmed by all the skills, conflicting information, - and man oh man - all those insider terms. If you don't know where to start, it can be very confusing.
But I'm super excited to share a new project with you. I've worked at it a long time, and now, I can finally share it with you ...
The guide is called How To Fast-Track Learning To Sail & Save Money, as it will save you hundreds of dollars, and hundreds of hours, and costs just $14.99.
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Learning from my own experience, I wanted to create a very easy-to-understand resource that walks you through everything you'll need to know and learn when first starting out as a fresh sailor. If you're looking to learn how to sail, but feel overwhelmed, frustrated, or just don't really know where to start, I've written this book specifically for you.
Learn to sail in two months, even on a tiny budget
- Save hundreds, even thousands of dollars
- Save hundreds of hours
- Breakdown of what skills you need & where to learn them
- Just $14.99
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The internet gives us all an opportunity to learn so much for free, including sailing. This guide combines the best online resources to start your sailing dream on the cheap. By using a clever combination of cheap resources, we can learn almost all theory at home. That way, when we take sailing lessons, we'll save hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
If this guide saves you even one sailing lesson, it will pay for itself 10x.
Even if you're just tasting the sailing life this guide is a great starting point, walking you through the essentials for free and pointing to other cheap or free resources to learn whether sailing is actually for you, before spending any more money.
What you'll get:
- 5-Step Bootstrap Plan for New Sailors
- Links to free videos and online courses
- 20,000-word eBook in PDF, MOBI, and EPUB
- Online resource center with recommendations
- 3 Simple step-by-step lesson plans
With this guide, you'll have the most important sailing information at hand at all times. Read it wherever you want.
If this guide saves you even one sailing lesson, it has payed for itself.
Sailing lessons cost on average $150 dollars. That's an easy way to lose a lot of money. If you're smart about it, you can start sailing by yourself with just a few lessons. In this guide, I describe exactly what steps I'd take if I just start out, to reduce my cost of learning.
You don't have to learn all the basics under the expensive eye of the instructor. Just use the free articles and courses in this guide and you'll hit the water running.
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This guide in four lines:
- No-nonsense approach to sailing
- Feel confident when you take your first lesson
- Read it wherever you want
- Set out solo as quick as possible
This guide will help you learn what skills you'll need and how to get them quickly and cheaply.
I think anybody should be able to harness the wind's free energy. Regardless of budget, skill level, or situation.
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Getting into sailing can seem daunting. When I first got interested, I was completely overwhelmed by all the skills, conflicting information, - and man oh man - all those insider terms. If you don’t know where to start, it can be very confusing.
Learning from my own experience, I wanted to create a very easy-to-understand resource that walks you through everything you’ll need to know and learn when first starting out as a fresh sailor. If you’re looking to learn how to sail, but feel overwhelmed, frustrated, or just don’t really know where to start, I’ve written this book specifically for you.
Not that long ago, I was like you. And I still am. I’m no fancy sailing instructor or super-experienced sailor. I’m someone who wants to learn to sail myself. I don’t have a fortune to spend, and I don’t want it to take ages before I can hit the water by myself.
So I documented my learning process. Over the last few years, I have written on a lot of different aspects of sailing. As I got further into the weeds, it became clear to me that with a good system learning to sail didn’t have to be intimidating at all.