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Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Olympic Sailing introduction

Sailing is the forward motion of a vehicle and its control with large foils generally fabric called sails. By changing the rudder, keel or centre board, and 


rigging a sailor manages the force of the wind on the sails in order to move the boat relative to its surrounding medium usually are water, ice and land control by changing its speed and direction. Mastery of the skill requires understanding in unreliable sea conditions and wind as well as awareness of the regarding to the sailboats themselves and a keen understanding of its surrounds.
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There are still some places in the world where sailing use to caring the passenger from one place to the other. Trading and fishing vessels are used these skill have become rarer as internal ignition engines have become economically possible in even the poorest and most distant areas of the world. In most countries sailing is enjoyed as a sport or as an entertaining activity. Yachting or Entertaining sailing can be divided into cruising and racing. Cruising can include extended offshore and ocean-crossing trips, day sailing and coastal sailing within sight of land.
History o the sailing has been influential in the affording mankind greater mobility than travel over land, development of civilization, whether for trade, transport or warfare, and the capacity for fishing. The most basic illustration of a ship under sail appears on a painted disc found in Kuwait dating to the late 5th millennium BC. Advances in sailing technology from the middle Ages onward enabled Chinese, Arab, European explorers and Indian to make longer voyages into area with climatic conditions and tremendous weather.
 There were developments in rigging, sails, and masts direction-finding equipment enhanced. European ships went further north, stayed longer on the Grand Banks and in the Gulf of St. Lawrence From the 15th century onwards and eventually began to explore the Pacific Western and the Northwest Arctic.  Sailing has donated in the many great circuses of the world. For Olympic Sailing Tickets visit Sport Ticket Exchange.

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