When to go deck sailing and when not to: What to wear, what to do, and how to make sure you don’t get a scratch
The next time you’re deck sailing with friends, take a look at what to wear and when to avoid getting a scratch.
If you’ve been deck sailing for more than a few months, there’s a good chance you’ve already figured out the best way to dress for the challenge.
We’ve rounded up some of the best advice on what to and not to wear when deck sailing.
First and foremost, wear your deck.
It’s an integral part of the experience and you want to make your friends feel at home and comfortable.
If it feels like you’re the only one, it’s probably a sign that you’re not.
If you’re heading out, wear the appropriate gear, like a shirt and pants that fit well, and if you can find a place where you can wear a hat, sunglasses and a jacket.
And if you’re on a boat, keep in mind that the deck isn’t just a place to relax and watch a sunset, but it’s also a place for you to get your bearings and plan out your trip ahead of time.
The most important thing to remember when decking is that your feet and ankles are not to blame for getting your deck soaked.
They can’t get wet, but the deck itself is.
If there’s water in your shoe, it could be your fault.
If your deck gets damp, it might just be the fact that you haven’t been paying attention to your feet, so make sure to pay attention.
And don’t be afraid to wear a bathing suit.
It will only make you feel a little more secure.
But don’t forget about your board and your deck deck.
The deck can be an important part of your trip, but if you don-t use it, you’ll miss out on the whole experience.
If the deck doesn’t feel like a place you want, you can always replace it with a larger deck.
But if you feel that you can’t handle the extra space, make sure that you have a plan in place to get the deck ready for your next trip.
If not, you may end up regretting not bringing your deck, so be sure to bring your board with you.