With the toolbox, you receive prepared scenarios "ready to run", which you can use to practice as a beginner or expand your sailing capabilities at any time. For beginner you learn basic knowledge, luv up, bear away, tack, jibe or optimise boat speed. Naturally, all other sailors wanting to perfect their knowledge in strategy and tactics in order to be optimally prepared for the coming regattas, can use it as well.
NEW! Categories for "Beginners, Juniors, Regatta Sailor and Experts" and "Tips-Tactics" with 1-click operation.
Tricky tactical tips for your team, such as attacking, hindering, giving 'space' or forcing 'space'. Also at Tactical Sailing, we offer the formats of Team Racing - 2 vs. 2 or 3 vs. 3 boats - a lot of communication, excitement and lots of suspense, because "...everything is open until the end", says Mathias Rebholz (International Judge).
Many qualified coaches already use this special Coach's Toolbox in their work with the "Tactical Sailing" program. Through use of the various animations, attention and concentration are verifiably boosted, and the single sequences can be individually changed as needed. The toolbox is a very effective tool at one's disposal for the design of seminars, lectures and workshops for all educational levels.
There are the Coach's Highlights and the large Coach's Toolbox.
With one "click", the coach can repeatedly call up the simulation of a regatta scene and discuss it with the sailors. Train the ability to make decisions on the regatta field, such as.
Strategic and tactical decisions in regatta sailing are made in a similar way to classic "risk management". Already at the starting line, the sailor has to decide for the right or left side of the regatta field. Jochen Schümann, Germany's most successful sailor, agrees: "The physics of sailing permanently forces a clear decision."
"Your project has been voted: Best Media Didactic. Out of more than 60 applicants, Tactical Sailing is winner of the European Award for Technology Supported Learning - eureleA 2012!" This good news came in on 31.01.2012. Sailors would say: "We got Gold Medal!"