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Learn to Sail offers CD-ROM deal

LearnToSail.ws is offering its Learn to Sail! with Multimedia Vol. I and II CD-ROM in a special "Buy one, get one free" package.

"With an uncertain economy, most retailers and sailing schools are being very selective on what items to stock for resale in their stores and on their Web sites. This special will benefit those who purchase during this time period by having a double profit for the price of one," said Linda Cullum, CEO of LearnToSail.Ws, in a statement.

Learn to Sail! with Multimedia starts the beginner with parts of a boat, wind theory and balance and moves on to other topics, including the points of sail, leaving docks and moorings, righting a capsize, weather and anchoring. The program is designed to run on all versions of Windows and is easy to install.

Click here for the full release.

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