When you go sailing, everything’s quiet, you can really get away from it all: it frees your mind and you feel like you don’t have a care in the world...
... When you’re at sea, you realise that what you think you know is nothing in comparison to what you don’t know and that the elements can turn against you from one moment to the next. If you’re not careful, the wind, that you think is your ally, can suddenly become your worst enemy, and all of a sudden you’re in danger of getting knocked out by the boom. There’s nothing like it to keep you humble!
GAEL N°302, December 2013
When you’re at sea everything you think you know counts for nothing in comparison to what you don’t know. There’s nothing like it to keep you humble.