Musto Coaching for beginners

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Musto Coaching for beginners

Postby Redburn_Harken » Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:42 am

Hi ,

I've just ordered my Musto due to be delivered in mid March.
I'm prety much a complete novice, so I was wondering if someone could point me to training/coaching events in the UK suitable for beginners.
I did some singlehandling with my 29er last year but even with twin tillers I spent a lot more time in the water than on the boat.
I'm based in Berlin and as the Musto Class is not very big in Germany yet (and non-existent on the Berlin lakes) there are few events like that, especially for beginners.

Any tips much appreciated!

Guido

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Re: Musto Coaching for beginners

Postby Rick » Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:50 pm

Hi,

Here you go ...

http://www.mustoskiff.com/reports-and-n ... kwater.htm

Not very local though ...

Other events to be announced ... contact your mlocal rep and I am sure they will help http://www.mustoskiff.com/class-associa ... ldwide.htm


Also ... get the K16 DVD

http://www.mustoskiff.com/dvd/index.htm
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Re: Musto Coaching for beginners

Postby Redburn_Harken » Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:59 pm

Hi Rick,

Got the K16 DVD

Can't do the weekend 30/31 Jan as I won't be getting my Musto until mid March but will keep checking the website for upcoming events.
Got in touch with my local rep and there's a coaching event in North Germany in April, which I'll attend. Locality isn't a major issue though – wouldn't mind the opportunity of a visit to Britain.

Thanks for the info
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Re: Musto Coaching for beginners

Postby GER170 » Wed Jan 27, 2010 5:58 pm

Guido,
make sure you consider coming to the "pimp clinic" the German Association is running on the 28th of February.
More information is under the following link:
http://www.mustoskiff.de/Kalender
This event sets out to pass on best practise with regard to tuning the boat, but also serves as an opportunity for newcomers to meet member of the class.
Iver
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Re: Musto Coaching for beginners

Postby Rick » Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:19 pm

GER170 wrote:Guido,
make sure you consider coming to the "pimp clinic" the German Association is running on the 28th of February.
More information is under the following link:
http://www.mustoskiff.de/Kalender
This event sets out to pass on best practise with regard to tuning the boat, but also serves as an opportunity for newcomers to meet member of the class.
Iver


Could we have some details of this to publish on the .com site?
Rick Perkins. GBR


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