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Sailboat Terms Diagram - it is easy to remember: "There is no more Red Port Left" (therefore green is starboard and on right hand side of boat looking to the bows). Yacht Boat, Pontoon Boat, Boating Tips, Sailboat Living, Boat Stuff, Sail Away, Wooden Boats, Tall Ships, Boat Building

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aft stern port starboard diagram - Port [red] Left in the bottle

I feel like this would be how my boyfriend would explain sailing. Look - sailing is easy . but crewed yach charter is better. Book Your boat with crew on PrimaYachting. Sailboat Living, Living On A Boat, Logo Bateau, Sailing Lessons, Sailing Terms, Sailing Basics, Sailing Quotes, Boat Stuff, Fun Stuff

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When I started this blog, way back in 2006, I had no clue how long it would last. I actually had no idea I could even write about something for more than a couple of days. It is funny how things go.

This is why wind is very important in sailing. It's basically the engine to every sailboat! That bag of winds would come in very handy. Sailing Terms, Sailing Lessons, Sailing Ships, Bvi Sailing, Sailing Dinghy, Nautical Terms, Sailboat Living, Boat Stuff, Sail Away

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This Week's Theme: It's All in the Details *~* Ship References *~* A Guide to Armour *~* Anatomy of a Sword *~* Sai...

The Catalina is a dinghy designed by Gerry Douglas (United States). Boat Drawing, Small Sailboats, Best Boats, Life Aquatic, Charter Boat, Dinghy, Gulf Of Mexico, Small Boats, Luxury Yachts

18 Small Sailboats for the Weekender

Whether you want to cruise to your next destination at 55 mph or are striving for simplicity, this fleet of trailer-sailers and pocket cruisers will fit your needs and budget. "Boat Reviews" from our May 2012 issue.