What should I pack?

Keep your packing light and pack everything in a soft, foldable duffel bag that is easier to stow away on a yacht. You'll spend your day in shorts, swimsuits, and tee shirts, but at night you might like to dress for dinner in a summer dress or shirt and slacks.  You could bring a sweatshirt or lightweight kagool in case it's breezy.

The standard aboard the yacht is to not wear shoes. Sandals or deckshoes are fine for ashore.  Bring sunglasses, a baseball cap or a hat with a broad brim to shade your face. And don't forget your sunscreen and camera! 

All you towels, bedding are provided and the yachts are fully equipped with safety equipment so you don't need any "sailing gear".

"We had a fantastic time with Peter at Rock Sailing in Gibraltar. Many thanks for organising the course for us. Peter was an excellent teacher and looked after us with great food on board too! While storms raged in the Straights for our first two days, we learnt a great deal about all aspects of yacht safety in the relatively calm Marina. By Wednesday our crew of 4 were eager to set sail and that afternoon we were on our way to Ceuta in a force 6-7, making good headway at an average 11knots. What a privilege! The next three days were filled with great sailing, dolphins, and good company. We will certainly recommend you and Rock Sailing in the future and we are very much looking forward to our flotilla holiday with you in May."
Gibraltar Learn to Sail 2017 - H.C-G.

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