A racing yacht can be a very public place to make a mistake. Especially if that mistake costs a place, or causes a sail to fall in the water or something to break. Add a bit of a breeze and your error could be expensive or, worse, dangerous. Help is at hand.
Malcolm McKeag is well known through his writing and broadcasting. He has sailed and competed at international level in Keelboats from Dragons to Champagne Mumm Admiral's Cuppers. In addition he is both an international Judge and an International Umpire - spending much of his time watching the world's best crews perform from very close quarters. Bill Edgerton is the National Keelboat Coach for the Royal Yachting Association and the Royal Ocean Racing Club. He spends his life working with crews of all levels from beginners to the top internationals. His is the last word on what is, or is not, good crew work.