Midwest Sailing’s Level 2 course introduces one of the most popular forms of sailing: Daysailing. Level 2, taught in the Flying Scot, which is a roomy, stable, forgiving boat that is both family and student friendly making it ideal for teaching in the “Hands-on” approach to learning.
The course builds on the skills & equipment learned in the level one by introducing additional rigging (outhaul/vang), equipment (centerboard/keel), and a sail (jib), staples in daysailer designs.
Students are challenged with the increased maneuverability of the mono-hull design relative to the catamaran, particularly in fresher breezes.
Upon completion of your sailing lessons, Four hours of practice are also included in the package, allowing time to refine skills and prepare for the next level in the development program:
Level 3 – Introduction to Racing
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- Main & Jib
- Roomy Easy to set-up
- Comfortable seating and boom height
- Rigging a monohull with two sails
- Use of a centerboard
- Basic Jib Trim & Techniques
- Monohull techniques for coming and leaving the mooring area
- Executing clean gybes
- Using a tiller extension
- Introduction to Spinnaker Handling
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