LESSONS LEARNED SHORTHANDED SAILING

Tune in to the tenth episode of the Lessons Learned Podcast series by UK Sailmakers, featuring Stefan Voss of UK Sailmakers Germany. In this episode, Stefan explores the growing popularity of shorthanded sailing in Germany and shares his tips and tales for sailors who are keen to try it out for themselves. 

Stefan dives into the specifics for how he provisions and prepares for shorthanded sailing, and shares his opinions on hanks, slides and dousing socks. You can pick up some new ideas for your next overnight race or passage, with Stefans insightful tips that will keep you and your crew performing at your best around the clock.

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Heather Mahady
Heather Mahady

Heather Mahady is the General Manager of UK Sailmakers International. She is based on Vancouver Island in the Pacific Northwest, and is a passionate sailboat racer, sailmaker, and sustainability advocate.

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  1. Steffan Voss talks about sailing with a X-31. Should a boat doesn’t exist. Must be a mistake by him.

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