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You have sailing friends all over the world, you just haven't met them yet.

soSAILize.net is a service that connects members to a global community of sailing fans.

Use soSAILize.net to find an event to sail or share your sailing event with sailing fans.

soSAILizers organize regular sailing events in sailing areas around the world.

There's always sailing to do and new friends to meet.

Read about how it works:


Create a profile

First step? Completely fill out your soSAILize.net profile!

This will be your home base and is a reflection of you: your lifestyle, your mission and what's important to you.

Having a complete profile is the best way to connect with people – whether joining sailing events or organising an event.

Be sure to include photos.

Don't have a profile yet? Sign Up Now


soSAILize

Next up, explore members! Getting in touch with experienced soSAILizing fans is the best way to get a feel of how soSAILize works.

 

Explore Events & Sail the World

If you’re ready to embark on an adventure, then search on the Events Map for the sailing area you plan to visit and browse events available.

Most fans have an event that is usually held at their sailing area.

Look through profiles and references to find people you might want to sail with.

When you find a few interesting potential events, carefully review their profile and send a sail-request.

Make sure to personalize your messages and tell your event-host why you want to join!

When all settled click "Join", show up and you're on your way sailing!

Upload your photos and share with soSAILizers your special moments during the event!


List your event

Once you’ve explored the site, consider making your own Event.

Invite friends or members, create your own Event Group to discuss, arrange details, share ideas and boat expenses.

Meet up and you're on your way sailing!

Upload your photos and share with soSAILizers your special moments during the event!

 

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