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Learn what it takes to be a bluewater cruiser

by World Cruising Club 11 Mar 12:57 PDT
Learn what it takes to be a bluewater cruiser © World Cruising Club

The Spring is a great time to brush up on your sailing knowledge, check over your safety equipment and learn more to expand your cruising horizons.

We have a number of upcoming seminars to help you do just that, taking place in the coming weeks across Europe and in the USA.

Our Forums and Seminars bring together fellow cruisers, industry experts and past participants who can give you practical advice and inspirational tales based on thousands of ocean sailing miles. If you have been yearning to do an offshore passage, cruise the Caribbean, or set off around the world, join us to ensure your dream can become a reality.

Visit the Training Page on the World Cruising Club website regularly for up to date announcements.

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