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Sailing with Testers (Part XI)

Single-handed sailing Solo sailing isn’t easy. It’s usually done with a small sailing boat or yacht rather than a large one. Not many do it, for various reasons. First, many of us prefer company, to share the joy of sailing with. Second, as mentioned, it isn’t easy. In some places, you can’t sail on [...]

2020-11-16T14:04:15+00:00November 16th, 2020|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (Part x)

The perfect storm In our Sailing with testers posts series, we've talked about the preparation of a boat for different sailing plans and different weather conditions. But when sailing, there's always also a chance for a storm. Boats, yachts, can ride through storms. With the right equipment and following the right procedures, the skipper can [...]

2020-10-12T13:05:31+00:00October 12th, 2020|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (Part IX)

You're not alone, even when sailing Any sailor, and skipper, knows the sailing rules. Unlike what many people think, there are "driving" rules in the sea, the same as on the road. Who has right of way, and when. If both are sailing boats, if one is a motorboat, the direction they are facing, [...]

2020-08-25T16:00:42+00:00August 24th, 2020|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (Part VIII)

Not Sailing At All As we’ve posted last month, times are challenging. Who thought we wouldn't be able to sail for such a long time? When we wrote about bad sea conditions, preventing us from sailing, and proposed alternatives, we were thinking more like 1-3 days. Now, in many countries around the world, it [...]

2020-08-18T13:13:27+00:00April 20th, 2020|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (part VII)

Everything needs maintenance. We do, machines do, transportation vehicles do, and software solutions do. Everything. it's just that no one likes to do it. Take yachts and boats for example - to get them to operate regularly and for many years, they need constant maintenance. There are many types of work that need to [...]

2020-01-13T13:47:49+00:00January 13th, 2020|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (part VI)

The time for you to buy a boat has come. You've been sailing a long time on other people's boats, friends or rented, and you figure that the time you spend on the sea, and the importance (for you) makes is reasonable that you own one. Or, you have an old and out-dated boat, [...]

2019-11-19T13:37:10+00:00November 19th, 2019|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (part V)

Every year there’s that time when there’s no wind at all. Not even something you could attempt sailing with. Very frustrating for the skipper, but also for the crew, and all those who want to sail, learn more and enjoy the sea and the sailing itself. Every morning it is the same forecast on [...]

2019-10-21T14:22:33+00:00October 20th, 2019|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments

Sailing with Testers (part IV)

In our Sailing with Testers series of posts, we’ve talked about how to choose the relevant items from the long pre-sailing check-list, and the similarities to selecting the right tests to run, out of the full repository. We then explored the different preparations one can consider, in order to be ready for possible problems and [...]

2019-10-15T08:24:03+00:00October 22nd, 2018|Blog, Sailing with Testers|0 Comments