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There is nothing quite as serene as jumping aboard a yacht and sailing into the unknown. The excitement and thrill of exploration, the adrenaline from tackling the sea, and the sense of fulfilment once you reach your destination.
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Anna Strang works for Lagoon Watersports from the Brighton Marina centre as a senior sailing and yacht instructor. She is one of a handful of women skippering yachts in the 2015 Fastnet race. We recently caught up with Anna Strang and asked her a few questions about her sailing and experiences on the water.
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FASTNET TEAM HAVE QUALIFIED! Whilst completing our first two RORC races we have experienced some very different conditions. Our first race, the Myth of Malham, took us from Cowes, round Eddystone Rock off Plymouth, and back to the finish line by Hurst Castle (230-250 NM). During this race we battled against light winds upwind. Light...
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Sailing open day from Lagoon Watersports at Brighton Marina – see below or signup here 
At 608 miles the Rolex Fastnet is one of the worlds Classic Ocean Races attracting up to 300 entries from across the world. The Fastnet starts in Cowes and heads for the Fastnet Rock off Southern Ireland then returns to the finish in Plymouth. The race stretches both crews and boats to their limit and...
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Whether you own a yacht, would like to charter a yacht for a holiday or simply want to learn a new skill – our RYA Dayskipper is the challenge for you! The 5 day practical course requires you to plan a trip; this entails familiarising yourself with the yacht, organising your crew, forecasting weather, navigation...
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At 608 miles the Rolex Fastnet is one of the worlds Classic Ocean Races attracting up to 300 entries from across the world. The Fastnet starts in Cowes and heads for the Fastnet Rock off Southern Ireland then returns to the finish in Plymouth. The race stretches both crews and boats to their limit and...
The Mediterranean sea does have tides, but they are of a very low amplitude, averaging around 30cm. The low tides in the Mediterranean are mostly associated with the fact that it has a very narrow outlet/inlet into the Atlantic. The RYA Competent Crew does not distinguish between non tidal and tidal. However the Dayskipper Practical...
Lagoon Watersports are extremely excited to announce that we have berths for 3 boats in Port Vell, central Barcelona. We have just moved our Bavaria 37, Nelson 42 and our RIB from Port Badalona to Port Vell. We are unbelievably fortunate to have secured these berths in Port Vell which is located in the heart...

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