One ship drives east, and another drives west
With the self-same winds that blow;
'Tis the set of sails
And not the gales
That decides the way to go.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Throughout the year, there are ocean races where sailors pit their skills and ships against the wind, waves and weather, as well as fellow competitors. How a skipper captains their ship, using all available resources, can make the difference between winning the race and capsizing.
By getting the right balance, a good skipper unlock
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