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Kit Guide

Blog articles on recommendations and suggestions on purchasing and using the Rooster water sports kit.

Junior Sailing: A Guide to Getting Going! By Nick Welbourn

By Rooster Sailing 2nd October 2020

If you’re sailing at junior level you may think that as autumn approaches the season draws to a close, but if you’re enjoying your sailing and want to improve, winter can be the best time to do this. Some smaller clubs reduce the amount of sailing that’s available over the winter months so it’s worth persuading your parents to put the boat on the roof rack so that you can take advantage of some of the great training opportunities that exist through Class Associations. Before moving into Lasers (4.7s & now just starting in a Radial), I sailed a Topper...

"Pocket-Rocket" Set Up Tricks: RS Aerocup

After unknowingly being given the nickname ‘Pocket-Rocket’, published on both the main event web page and in Yachts and Yachting,...

By kate morrison 2nd October 2020

"A Great Pair of Trapeze Boots"

Having tried countless pairs of boots over the last few years, some good, some bad I finally managed to get...

By Steve Cockerill 30th September 2020

Kit Bag Delve: Sailing in Spain

Kit Bag Sailor Location Air Temp. (oC) Sea Temp. (oC) Wind Spd. (knots) Steve Cockerill Roses, SPAIN 26 - 28C...

By Emma Ralph 30th September 2020

Layering for Dinghy Sailing in UK Wintertime

Sailing in the UK during the winter time might sound like a bad idea, but with the correct kit you...

By Steve Cockerill 30th September 2020