What do you recommend?

Discussion in 'Sailing Talk' started by cwag, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. cwag

    cwag New Member

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    For a beginer in sailing, what kind of boat would you go with, keep in mind I plan on sailing around the world, what kind of equipment would I need
     
  2. monkey_feet

    monkey_feet Arlington, TX

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    I would learn to sail first...
     
  3. Archie Davids

    Archie Davids New Member

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    Bavaria Cruiser 50 It’s been on the water for a year or so in Europe, and now the Cruiser 50—big sister to the Cruiser 45 that won a 2012 Best Boats award—has made it to this side of the Pond. It’s a powerful offshore boat with a choice of interior layouts to suit just about any cruising plans or styles. The roomy hull is from Farr Yacht Design and performance should live up to the name.
     
  4. Rumdiet

    Rumdiet New Member

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    I would suggest reading Maiden voyage ... It's about an 18 year old, Tanie Abie who had no sailing experience and sailed around the world in a brand new 26 foot sloop. Interesting reading.
     
  5. laserxd

    laserxd Member

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    If you're serious about sailing around the world, you want a decent sized boat that can handle open ocean sailing. It can get extremely rough very quickly, I've experienced 15-20ft seas with gale force winds on a large boat, I could still feel the waves 2-3 days after I was back on land. I can't imagine what it would have been like on a 26ft boat!

    If I were to attempt to sail around the world I'd want a TP52 or similar size/performance.

    You could start sailing with a Laser!
     

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