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Sailing is the propulsion of a vehicle and the control of its movement with large (usually fabric) foils called sails. By changing the rigging, rudder, and sometimes the keel or centreboard, a sailor manages the force of the wind on the sails in order to move the vessel relative to its surrounding medium (typically water, but also land and ice) and change its direction and speed. Mastery of the skill requires experience in varying wind and sea conditions, as well as knowledge concerning sailboats themselves and an understanding of one's surroundings.

While there are still some places in the world where sail-powered passenger, fishing and trading vessels are used, these craft have become rarer as internal combustion engines have become economically viable in even the poorest and most remote areas. In most countries sailing is enjoyed as a recreational activity or as a sport. Recreational sailing or yachting can be divided into racing and cruising. Cruising can include extended offshore and ocean-crossing trips, coastal sailing within sight of land, and day sailing.

Sailing for pleasure can involve short trips across a bay, day sailing, coastal cruising, and more extended offshore or 'blue-water' cruising. These trips can be single handed or the vessel may be crewed by families or groups of friends. Sailing vessels may proceed on their own, or be part of a flotilla with other like-minded voyagers. Sailing boats may be operated by their owners, who often also gain pleasure from maintaining and modifying their craft to suit their needs and taste, or may be rented for the specific trip or cruise. A professional skipper and even crew may be hired along with the boat in some cases. People take cruises in which they crew and 'learn the ropes' aboard craft such as tall ships, classic sailing vessels and restored working boats.

Cruising trips of several days or longer can involve a deep immersion in logistics, navigation, meteorology, local geography and history, fishing lore, sailing knowledge, general psychological coping, and serendipity. Once the boat is acquired it is not all that expensive an endeavour, often much less expensive than a normal vacation on land. It naturally develops self-reliance, responsibility, economy, and many other useful skills. Besides improving sailing skills, all the other normal needs of everyday living must also be addressed. There are work roles that can be done by everyone in the family to help contribute to an enjoyable outdoor adventure for all.

Kitesurfing and windsurfing are other forms of sailing.

India as a country has more than 7500 Km of coastline and hence there are ample place to surf. The USP of sailing in India is that it is not crowded at all. Sailing in India can be traced back to the first recorded race being sailed on 06 Feb 1830 in Bombay (now Mumbai). Till the time the British left India after the Second World War, the five active sailing clubs were based at Bombay, Madras, Bangalore, Barrackpore and Nainital.
Although sailing as a means of transportation predates history, sailing as a sport —or yachting, seems to have originated in the 17th century in Holland. From there it was introduced into England (c.1660) by Charles II, and eventually spread to the American colonies. Then, as now, it was common for sport sailors to join together for social and recreational purposes in groups known as yacht clubs.
The world’s first such club was founded (1720) at Cork, Ireland. The oldest continuously existing club in the United States is the New York Yacht Club (NYYC; founded 1844). In 1851 members of the NYYC raced the schooner America against British competitors around England’s Isle of Wight. Victorious, they deeded their trophy to the NYYC. It became known as the America‘s Cup, giving its name to the oldest and most prestigious event in international sailboat racing.

Not many places as of now but clubs arrange few expeditions in few places in India. For the most exhaustive list kindly refer to our mix-n-match of states and activities. You will not get this list anywhere else.

1. Mumbai: You can enjoy sailing on the coast of Mumbai and few organizers can help you with it.
2. Chennai: You can enjoy sailing on the coast of Chennai and few organizers can help you with it.

Scuba Diving

Scuba diving is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a scuba set to breathe underwater. Unlike earlier diving, which relied either on breath-hold or on air pumped from the surface, scuba divers carry their own source of breathing gas, (usually compressed air), allowing them greater freedom of movement than with an air line. Both surface supplied and scuba diving allow divers to stay underwater significantly longer than with breath-holding techniques as used in free-diving. A scuba diver usually moves around underwater by using swimfins attached to the feet, but external propulsion can be provided by a diver propulsion vehicle, or a sled pulled from the surface.

Snorkelling is the practice of swimming on or through a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a shaped tube called a snorkel, and usually fins. In cooler waters, a wetsuit may also be worn. Use of this equipment allows the snorkeler to observe underwater attractions for extended periods of time with relatively little effort.

There is actually thin line that separates Snorkelling from Scuba diving. Snorkelling is basically an activity performed at the SURFACE of the water, where as in Scuba diving divers go deep into the sea. 

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India has become one of the best and yet to be explored completely scuba diving destination. Apart from Goa, Murudeshwar and Andaman corals, Lakshadweep is the most exotic scuba diving destination you will ever come across. Believe us when we say this as we have done it ourselves.
The bliss of the underwater world is as stunning, beautiful and compelling. There is a certain amount of mystery about the world under water that it is difficult to imagine unless you experience it. This is why underwater adventure is something that people are getting into in India. Scuba diving is currently the most sought after sports in India apart from skydiving.

India is surrounded by seas from 3 sides and given the ample coastline that India is blessed with, there are several locations for scuba diving. This is the best way to experience Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and also the Indian Ocean. Once under the water, palettes of colours explore before you in the flora and marine wonders. The varieties of fish and other marine life can only be seen to comprehend their multiplicity.

Lakshadweep is the undisputed heaven for scuba diving in India. Although Goa and Andaman are more popular destinations, it is in Lakshadweep where you can manage the most thrilling experiences and the greatest sights, which is yet to be explored. There are different levels and options available within Scuba Diving in India. Scuba diving is one sport that can be enjoyed at any time of the year. On a good day, you may be able to enjoy from the early hours of the morning all the way through till dusk.

So the world is heading towards India for Scuba Diving.