One of our most recent training sessions was in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.   This has got to be one of the most beautiful places in the world! Puerto Vallarta sits in the center of the Bay of Banderas.


One of our most recent training sessions was in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. This has got to be one of the most beautiful places in the world! Puerto Vallarta sits in the center of the Bay of Banderas.

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Learn to sail the Corsair Pulse 600

The Learn to Sail private instruction from 180 Marine is designed to provide the essential foundation of sailing skills on the Pulse 600. 

Offered as half day, one day or two days of sailing instruction, this instruction gets the new Pulse 600 owner started out right, and builds upon previous sailing experience. Using the modern Pulse 600 as our teaching platform, we begin with the Pulse design and boat dynamics, mast raising and lowering and how to launch either by crane or ramp. The following days we work on sailing techniques in confined waters under sail, sail trim, speed control, heaving-to and reefing. All this and much more.

Our instruction is extremely comprehensive. We believe strongly that the best way to learn how to sail is by actually sailing!  And with a maximum of three sailors per boat, all sailors are certain to receive plenty of personal attention. Participants gain extensive hands-on experience, building the sailing skills and knowledge specifically for sailing a trimaran.

We live and breathe the details on these boats. Let me know if you would like to know more about the Learn to Sail private instruction packages.

Want to schedule a call using my Calendly link so we can avoid the back and forth of finding a time?   Richard Allen  /  richard@180marine.com

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"Three words suffice to describe its performance: it's a blast. Not only does it have superb performance but it's the most comfortable small boat we have ever sailed on. The modern hull shapes created by Francois Perus means that we have yet to bury the leeward float bow even when reaching in 25 knots of wind with full main up."  
— Don Wigston, Windcraft