Sailing is like golf in myriad ways. Here are a few.

  1. You can meditate while exercising mildly.

  2. The wind matters.

  3. For racers and golfers, handicap scoring levels the playing field.

  4. Three to four hours is plenty of diversion.

  5. You can cherish the silence of nature.

  6. A cold beer tastes great afterward.

  7. You can enjoy the great outdoors.

  8. The view encompasses 360 degrees.

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