To fully comprehend this concept, imagine a 3-legged stool – All three legs are needed to support the stool in order for it to function as intended – to stay upright and be operational. If one of the legs is not supported and supportive, the stool will topple over. What does each leg represent? Leg […]
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By Kim Morse If we are sailing, there are certain things that all of us do before we head out on a journey. The most important is to chart our course so that we know what direction we are heading and what stops we plan on making along the way. Without this, we would be […]
Sailing together requires teamwork and can be a huge challenge for even the strongest couple. In my thirteen years of teaching sailing and powerboat handling, I’ve always encouraged couples to take my classes together. As with other parts of their life, most of the time couples come from different boating backgrounds and perspectives. Usually, one […]
You have found your boat. You have learned all your knots and you know port from starboard. You have shopped for all your provisioning and you are ready to take the journey you have both dreamed about. But have you prepared the most crucial elements? Have you prepared the relationship? If you haven’t, you […]