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Sailing is managing a boat that is wind propelled over water by means of sails. Sailing boats may be categorised by hull and number of masts. Monohulls have one hull, Catamarans two and Trimarans three. A Catboat has a single mast and a Ketch two, while a Schooner has two or more masts, the foremast being shorter. Any vessel racing under sail, however, may be called a yacht.
There's nothing better than being out on the water and sailing is the perfect way to experience nature and wildlife from a unique perspective, whether on a lake or the open sea. Dinghies, small keelboats and multi-hulls are easy to handle and are one of the cheapest ways of learning to sail. If you want more adrenaline and competition, racing is the perfect option. Join your local club and find out more.