Must Have Bradenton Yacht Racing Skills
Whether you’re trying to get an inside mark rounding, clear wind at the start of a race, gain height on the windward leg or get better headsail trim, these expert racing tips are extraordinarily useful. Take your Bradenton yacht out for a quick race and see just how much better you can be with these quick tips!
5 tips: The Leeward Mark
Learning to read situations as they develop comes naturally through practice, but with some expert advice, you’ll be a professional before you know it.
5 tips: Surfing
The benefit of getting your surfing technique right is best measured when there’s a comparable boat nearby. But knowing what to do, how much and when is equally important.
5 tips: Mark Rounding
Working up a personal checklist for each type of mark rounding will decrease the need for the large amount of requests from the afterguard right when the pressure is on and develop the ideal working environment: a quiet boat.
5 tips: Using The Waves
With so many variables during a race, teams that deal better with fluctuating wind strength, dirty air and rough seas will sail a lot smarter.
5 tips: Mainsail Trimming
Recording the effect of alterations to rig tension and a precise set of target boat speeds will help the mainsail trimmer, but establishing a good rapport with the helmsman and headsail trimmers should lead you to delivering great performance.
5 tips: How to Avoid a Crash Gybe
Spinning out to leeward or what is known as a crash gybe or Chinese gybe can often be avoided. Here are five tips to get your boat under control.
5 tips: Penalty in a Yacht Race
Knowing when and why to take a penalty can get lost in the heat of competition.
5 tips: Staying Afloat
Jonty Sherwill asked experienced Solent racer Paul Heys for his 5 tips on staying afloat and getting back under way when you’ve run aground.
5 tips: How to get the Best IRC Rating
Designers work hard to create fast yachts, but much can be done to optimise a boat’s IRC rating. Jonty Sherwill asked measurement experts for their 5 tips.
5 tips: Bowman Signals
Getting good starts is far from easy and the bowman’s role is crucial.
5 tips: Sailing to Win
Sailing to win – how to win a race and ensure you cross the line first.
Although not many boaters out there that own a Bradenton Yacht will be racing, it is always great to have these in the back of your mind in case you ever do happen to find yourself out and about in the midst of a race. Of course during the down time, feel free to stop by your favorite Bradenton Marina, Riviera Dunes Marina.