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sailing and learn to sail

 

Sailing and learning to sail

Learning how to sail is a great way to see the sights and learn something new at the same time. A few backpackers manage to get short-term crew work on boats with the skills they’ve acquired. Sailing courses usually run over a series of weekends and the most popular are in Sydney and Melbourne where backpackers generally stay for more than a few days.

 

Why Crewed Saling

Crewed Sailiing offers the benefits of:

Unique yachts

No cooking or cleaning

Local knowledge – no stress

The best way to see harbours, islands, and reefs in Australia

Cost effective, not hiring the whole yacht

Other water activities are included, snorkelling and scuba dive

 

Experience the adventure of sailing around perfect harbours, tropical islands, turquoise waters, and pristine beaches. The sound of water racing past will be all you can hear and meals are prepared as part of the trip. All part of the adventure of sailing. Join in or help the crew; sit back relax or get involved its up to you.

 

You can sail 

a dingy (small from 3m craft for a single person use)

a Tall Ship (old style sailing ship from 19th century)

an ex racing maxi yachts (like the ones from the Americas Cup)

 

Head down to any of local yacht clubs for information about courses. Organised sailing trips are also available from companies such as Whitsunday Sailing.

 

For a complete listing of sailing operators throughout Australia type in keyword “sailing.” You may advance your search by location as well!

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