Non- marking soft-soled comfortable shoes, a warm sweater, and a windbreaker. To protect yourself from the sun, bring a billed hat, UV-blocking sunglasses and sunscreen. Gloves provide easier holding of lines and help prevent chafe and blisters. They don't have to be "sailing gloves"- bicycling, golf or weight-training gloves will work just fine.

VSC provides comfortable lifejackets, harnesses and tethers. We can also provide foul weather gear if requested at $25 per day.

It's also a very good idea to pack a lunch or purchase our Mid-Day meal and beverage option from La Baguette bakery- you won't regret it.
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    Thursday, July 12 2018, 09:21 AM - #Permalink
    Did you know that edu birdie also posted about this as well, but i think their post was on a more different playing feild than this, but this is a good attempt i guess, quiet different from what i am used to actually, just saying you should note that !
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