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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.
 

DownWest

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Still looking for good books!
You might be taken more seriously if you checked your spelling before posting, then suggesting you are getting an 80 mtr yacht to go round the world with your girlfriends (plural)

Having said that.. James Wharram's 'Two girls, two catamarans' might be a help.
 
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