By Carol Cronin, Snipe Today
For those of us with real jobs and lives outside of sailing, practicing always seems like the first thing to fall off our schedule when life interferes. After all, regattas are scheduled for us, so we have to go. Setting up a practice session or two is a lot of work. Why bother?
The trick is to make the practice fun too, and that’s where Snipe Camp excels.
Born in 2014 out of the weeklong gap between Women’s Nationals and the North Americans, which both took place in Boston during the dog-days of August, Snipe Camp has now had three successful sessions over two years. Though the people and focus varied, the weather (especially…
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Snipe Camp: Serious Practice, Serious Fun, Assoc Editor