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New York Times Sailing Review

We are excited to be included with a few of our fellow sailors in an article about family sailing in New York City.

"Family sailing lessons have a different vibe than group lessons with strangers. For starters, children are better students," said Miles Pincus, an owner of Atlantic Yachting, which offers, among other programs, a three-hour Introduction to Sailing for curious families.

“Kids are very used to learning,” Mr. Pincus said. “They’re used to being taught. Adults are not used to that. They tend to take their own route. A lot of adults try to manhandle the situation. It just doesn’t work that way.”

Read the full article about family sailing in NYC.

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