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<> ~ Which studding books for my sailing licence?

Wansworth

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The Stud goes a bit further than Mills and Boon having not read or seen fifty shades of grey I feel hesitant in recommending it but there could well be some useful tips.
 

MikeBz

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There is no such thing as a licence for dinghy sailing in the UK. There are no qualifications required to sail your own dinghy or yacht for non-commercial purposes (there may be some regulations for an 80 metre yacht - did you really mean 80 metres?). The best way to get started is to (a) find some people to go sailing with as much as possible, and (b) have a look at the RYA courses. There are any number of 'Learn to sail' books out there, I'm sure they all have some value.
 
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