Practice Drills: Two Boats

From : March 2017


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Ideas for Training with One Other Boat




The chance to participate in a training session with another boat is extremely valuable, so look for any opportunity to do this. A second boat 1) allows you to compare your performance to theirs, which is key for improving boatspeed; 2) makes it possible for you to start working on boat-to-boat tactics; 3) provides the chance for competition; and 4) brings in a whole new perspective on tuning, trim, boat handling, etc.