70+ Year Old Man Says Seniors Can Still Sail! Here Are His Top Tips!

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Who Is Todd Dunn?

Todd Dunn is a retired professor and scientist. He created his YouTube channel in January 2014 to share his knowledge regarding the many things that interest him. He’s covered topics like the economics of solar electric systems, sailboat maintenance, and his adventures.

What Type of Sailboat Does Todd Dunn Sail?

Todd has a 1972 Allied Princess 36 Seaquestor Ketch. It has a 1972 hull that was probably launched for the first time in 1973. The boat was built in Catskill, N.Y., along the Hudson River. The boat has a 36-foot fiberglass exterior with an 11-foot beam. The boat’s hull is nearly six feet above the water, making it easy to stay dry while sailing.

Can Older Adults Still Sail?

Sailing can be a physically demanding hobby that can become extremely challenging for older adults. Todd shares that eventually, the day will come when sailing is no longer a hobby that older adults can regularly enjoy. However, there’s no one-size-fits-all age where seniors must stop sailing.

Todd Dunn’s Tips for Sailing Seniors

- Use Your Boat on Nice Days With Good Weather Windows - Downsize Your Boat - Increase Power Systems on Your Boat - Change Your Sail Handling - Install a Bow Thruster

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