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Join the Ocean Sailing Forum 2019 in Annapolis, USA

by World Cruising Club USA 3 Oct 13:48 UTC October 12, 2019
Join the Ocean Sailing Forum 2019 (Annapolis, MD) © World Cruising Club

If you are dreaming of sailing your boat into a tropical anchorage, then join us at the Ocean Sailing Forum and learn from real cruisers how you can turn your dream into reality.

The Ocean Sailing Forum is a unique chance to listen to real cruisers sharing their advice on planning and preparing to take your boat into blue water. Our panel of cruisers will discuss the preparation required for ocean sailing, from selecting equipment to sailing as a couple, offshore communications to sail plans. There will be a special emphasis on the requirements for the Caribbean 1500.

Our panel this year includes ocean voyagers Paul and Cheryl Shard of Distant Shores TV, and world circumnavigators John and Angela Dimatteo.

There is still time to join us. Click the link below for more information or to register.

The cost is $20 per person including breakfast and a FREE ticket to US Sailboat Show, plus a copy of SAIL magazine!

Don't wait, start your adventure today!

Happy Sailing!

Register now here!

Get more information here

Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM EDT
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The Hotel Annapolis
126 West Street
Point Lookout, 3rd Floor, Power House
Annapolis, MD 21041

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