LearnToSail.Net Offers Tax Refund Special

Waitsfield, VT, April 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- This Tax Weekend, LearnToSail.Net is offering $45 off of their critically acclaimed Sailing Training CD/DVD plus Free US shipping and a Free Sailing App.

"It is very important to us that people out there who want to learn to sail to realize that it is an affordable sport," states Linda Cullum, CEO of LearnToSail.Net. "By offering a discount incentive, we hope that many will jump aboard."

Structured to follow the order of a typical sailing course, Learn to Sail with Multimedia VOL II starts the beginner with Parts of a Boat, Wind Theory, Balance and moves on to other topics such as The Points of Sail, Leaving Docks and Moorings, Tacking, Person Overboard Techniques, Righting a Capsize, Knots and Anchoring. These topics are taught using Narration, Animation and Digital Video. There is a Nautical Dictionary, Sailing Terms Glossary and Quiz. The user is free to move around the program as she or he pleases, at whatever pace they set.

The program is designed to run on all versions of Windows and is easy to install.

The Sailing App topic is "The Points of Sail" and is available for iPad,, iPod, iTouch, iPhone and Blackberry. The apps also run on Mac or Windows PC. The Points of Sail App is one of 16 beginner Sailing Apps from Apps4Sailing.com, sister site of LearnToSail.Net.

In addition to the free App, free for download without purchase are The Rules of the Road, and articles on Wearing a Life Jacket and Anchoring.

Apps4Sailing.com is a website featuring beginner sailing applications for Android, iPad, iPhone, and Blackberry, allowing new or rusty sailors access to affordable, individual sailing lessons anytime from anywhere. Taught by a US Coast Guard Licensed Captain and Instructor of American Sailing Association Classes, the lessons are arranged in the order a typical sailing course. Starting with Parts of a Boat, the lessons continue on to other topics such as Wind Theory, Balance, The Points of Sail, Leaving Docks and Moorings, Tacking, Person Overboard Techniques, Righting a Capsize, Knots, Anchoring and much more. These topics are taught using narration, animation and digital video. The user is free to select whatever class she or he wishes to take at anytime and from anywhere on Earth.

Sailing instructional software is a useful tool and beneficial to those who want to learn or brush up on their skills. Sailing maneuvers can be taught and practiced anytime of year and conveniently at home. The user controls the pace and level of learning. This allows more time to absorb new information. When it is time for those hands on summer classes, the educated beginner, familiar with terms and technique, will have a greater return on investment.

For more information and video, please visit LearnToSail.Net

Linda Cullum