Cuan Law can reach speeds of up to 14 knots! The average sailboat cruises at about 4-6 knots, (4-7 mph or 7-11 km/h) and has a top speed of 9 knots (10 mph or 17 km/h). It’s just not that fast. That isn’t to say there aren’t any quick boats: they can be incredibly fast.
Son of a gun We just can’t get enough of these sayings that are so unexpectedly connected to sailing. Therefore, we have one more interesting fact for you, and this one is related to the saying “son of a gun”. Nowadays, the exclamation is perceived as an affectionate way of addressing or referring to someone.
Did you know we offer sailing on Cuan Law? Of course, you did! We actually offer two types of sailing! – And you can even learn how to sail your own Hobie cat sailboat! The Cuan Law sails every day The Cuan Law herself is the world’s largest sail trimaran, and we try and get
4 Surprising Facts About the BVIs! Since you can’t make it to the islands right now to learn some of this information first hand, we thought we’d share it with you virtually! Here are four surprising facts about the British Virgin Islands, where Cuan Law resides year-round! Fact #1: Cristopher Columbus named the islands in
One of our favorite stops during your BVI sailing vacation is Spring Bay in Virgin Gorda which lies east of the Baths. Giant boulders line the beach where our crew sets up a delicious BBQ lunch of grilled burgers, hot dogs, fish, salads and cooler of mixed drinks, wine and beer. Its small coves, which