Anything you can do, a Sailor can do Better


Just admit it, you’ll never be as cool as a sailor. Here are six everyday things that they’d kick your butt in.

1. Parallel Parking

I know…everyone says that they’re good at parallel parking, but who’s actually great at it. Imagine parallel parking a fire truck without rearview mirrors, on water, during a thunderstorm. That’s what sailors do on the regular, but it’s called docking.

2. Giving Directions

Being on the ocean, sailors know that vague directions isn’t just accidentally turning on the wrong street. It can lead to death or worse… Snake Island, Brazil.

3. Dressing Appropriately

Now, we all know how inaccurate the Weather app can be sometimes. Even the best reports are based off of some hocus pocus and the problem is that no one has built an app out of actual human, sailor bones. Sailor’s have special bones that tingle, crack, wobble, and creak. They can feel weather in their bones before the weather even know’s what’s happening. If you’re unsure what to wear for the day, just find a sailor and copy what they’re wearing.

4. Pulling an All-Nighter

Sailors are fuelled by something that is stronger than caffeine and that is the fear of the unknown. Much like the rest of us, sailors don’t always know what’s going to happen next when in the ocean. They have to be prepared for every kind of possibility and in order to do that, it requires being awake ALL THE TIME.

5. Letting Things Go

When something falls in the ocean, it’s gone forever. The only thing you can do is forget about it and accept the fact that it’s time to move on from it. It belongs to the ocean now.

6. Democracy

Jokes! Sailors don’t know what that is. The captain is always right. Even when she’s not.

Luckily, you can be as cool as a sailor too. Book your lessons now here!

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