Corporate Training & Team Building

Sailing is a team sport. Every task requires coordination by all members of the crew, you can think of the yacht and crew as cogs and gears of a clock, and if one piece is missing or broken, it will affect everyone on board. As a sport, it develops team spirit,the mainstay of sailing ideology, therefore it is the natural environment in which to stimulate teamwork. İt is difficult to imagine a more effective method than sailing in order to dispel selfishness and individuality induced by a stressful business climate. Even one week of sailing will evoke a strong team spirit.
The sea and surrounding environment smooths out all sharp edges of the human character; it brings people closer together, makes them work as a team, teaches them to respect one another and to respect themselves. Sharing tasks, sharing meals and sharing feelings will erase all pent up frustrations accumulated during a repetitive work cycle. After such spiritual and mental relaxation, you and your team will function coherently and effectively; resolving any challenges it may face. So whether you want to improve the functionality of your business team or just bond with friends, team-building is the option for you!

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Pablo Neruda's Poetry

He who becomes the slave of habit,
who follows the same routes every day,
who never changes pace,
who does not risk and change the color of his clothes,
who does not speak and does not experience,
dies slowly.

He or she who shuns passion,
who prefers black on white,
dotting ones "it's" rather than a bundle of emotions, the kind that make your eyes glimmer,
that turn a yawn into a smile,
that make the heart pound in the face of mistakes and feelings,
dies slowly.

He or she who does not turn things topsy-turvy,
who is unhappy at work,
who does not risk certainty for uncertainty,
to thus follow a dream,
those who do not forego sound advice at least once in their lives,
die slowly.

He who does not travel, who does not read,
who does not listen to music,
who does not find grace in himself,
she who does not find grace in herself,
dies slowly.

He who slowly destroys his own self-esteem,
who does not allow himself to be helped,
who spends days on end complaining about his own bad luck, about the rain that never stops,
dies slowly.

Let's try and avoid death in small doses,
reminding oneself that being alive requires an effort far greater than the simple fact of breathing.

Only a burning patience will lead
to the attainment of a splendid happiness.