Best Weather, great photography – San Diego Sailing for you….
This article focuses on all that San Diego can offers
Located in the up-town state of California, San Diego promises to be a treat. Treat because it offers the interesting features and benefits of San Diego Sailing. Flanked by skyscrapers that may challenge airplanes, San Diego Sailing offers first time and experienced sailors, all alike, the opportunity to test their sailing prowess.
San Diego is the second largest city in the state of California, not surprisingly after Los Angeles. That part of fame has got nothing to do with San Diego Sailing. Blessed with clear skies that you can start counting the clouds, and fantastic weather conditions, San Diego has conceptualized sailing in its own way. Its proximity to the Mexico and long drawn miles of beaches are just added attractions to this place, and a good incentive if he is planning to take his sail boat out to the sea for the first time.
San Diego boasts of its own Surfing Culture. It has its own indigenous brand names like “Black’s Beach”, ” Swamis” and many more. With the Port of San Diego manning the harbor, you are never far away from the biggies in the world of sailing. San Diego sailing best epitomizes clear weather, semi-tropical climate and of course clear blue waters. The waters which form the undercurrents of the Mexican beaches are typically harmless.. When I call them harmless, you would not be drowning away if just in case your sails fail. Known as a “City with lot of money”, people in San Diego do not mind investing that extra buck when it comes to Sailing. They would do well to know that the investment of money is worth it. And that is the second symbolical factor of San Diego Sailing. It has the facilities and amenities. But as they say, all go waste if there is no one to use it. San Diego folks ensure that these do not go waste and use every bit of it and are proud of it much the same way how they are proud of their Semi-Hispanic culture.
That brings us to a very interesting point. Inhabitants of San Diego are populated with a lot of Hispanics and people who have Hispanic origin. People of Spain are naturally born sailors and have inherited sailing skills, speaking literally. And hence, you would find a majority of San Diego Sailing natives as Hispanics. This not to deny that there are lot of American Nationals too.
The amalgamation of culture, facilities and topography makes San Diego Sailing stand tall amongst lot of other Sailing mega clubs which we may have heard of. If there is a word of caution to the San Diego Sailing club members, please do not venture out in to the seas in the months of December to March. These are the typically cooler months in the San Diego climes and it is said to rain these days. Apart from that, as there is virtually no ice or snow to be found, you can sail almost peacefully without bothering about icebergs.