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Beach Life Part 1: Little ships ahoy!

If you stand on shore in Kelowna on a windy summer day, you're pretty much guaranteed to see a flotilla of sailboats plying the waters of Okanagan Lake.

Sailing is a quintessential Kelowna activity -- one of the city's defining landmarks is even called "The Sails."

In Part 1 of our Beach Life series, Daybreak's Adrian Nieoczym headed to the Central Okangan Sailing Association and met up with the club's sailing director, Devin Rubadeau, to find out about learning to sail.
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