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Communi-T Founder Dan Sciscente Announces Successful Software Update Unveiling

(1888PressRelease) July 19, 2012 – Montreal, Canada – In May of this year, Dan Sciscente of Communi-T made the 2,300 mile trek to sunny Florida to reveal his company’s recent updates to the popular Communi-T program, which allows clients to better utilize their SAP solutions.

Communi-T Founder Dan Sciscente Announces Successful Software Update Unveiling

Montreal, Canada, July 20, 2012 –(PR.com)– In May of this year, Dan Sciscente of Communi-T made the 2,300 mile trek to sunny Florida to reveal his company’s recent updates to the popular Communi-T program, which allows clients to better utilize their SAP solutions.

Communi-T Founder Dan Sciscente Announces Successful Software Update Unveiling

(Free-Press-Release.com) July 18, 2012 — Montreal, Canada – In May of this year, Dan Sciscente of Communi-T made the 2,300 mile trek to sunny Florida to reveal his company’s recent updates to the popular Communi-T program, which allows clients to better utilize their SAP solutions.

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    Catamaran Sailing 101 with Dan Sciscente

    Dan SciscenteLife-long nautical sports enthusiast Dan Sciscente offers practical information for those ready to tackle a new aquatic challenge.

    Boating isn’t for everyone. This is the primary lesson that Dan Sciscente teaches those who ask him about learning to sail. For those who do take to the seas, Dan Sciscente adamantly recommends they try captaining a catamaran at least once.

    The first question Dan Sciscente is usually asked by landlubbers is how a catamaran is different than a standard ship. The easiest way to explain it, says Dan Sciscente, is that a catamaran has two hulls, which makes the vessel more stable, allows for closer proximity to land and sturdier anchoring.  Another benefit of this style ship is the useable square footage available for both recreation and rest.

    Catamarans can be large or small. In land-locked areas, pontoon boats are the most prevalent type of catamaran, says Dan Sciscente. Pontoons are usually 15-24 feet in length when used in freshwater lakes and make great day-trip vessels. In an open ocean environment, 50 feet is the minimum size for comfort and safety, acknowledges Dan Sciscente. While this may sound daunting to novice sailors, Dan Sciscente points out that compared to the vast expanse of the ocean, it feels very small.

    Traditionally, cats are driven by nothing but a sail, the wind, and a crew. However, as Dan Sciscente explains to new skippers, motorized catamarans are becoming more and more popular. Gas powered cats allow for faster speeds and offers more recreational opportunities than a sail-powered ship, says Dan Sciscente. These gas-powered boats are perfect for families, as they are steady enough for sunbathing and socializing but can reach speeds suitable for waterskiing or parasailing.

    Catamarans have been in use since at least 283 BC, when Egyptian king Ptolemy II commissioned the ships built as obelisk carriers, notes Dan Sciscente. In the mid-1600s, English scholar and respected scientist William Petty designed a catamaran type ship which was faster and stronger than monohulls. Unfortunately, the design was so overwhelmingly different than traditional ships it never earned the respect it deserved, claims Dan Sciscente. It wasn’t until the late 1800s that the catamaran actually made headlines and became accepted by maritime people as more than a novelty ocean craft.

    Being a supporter of all things water-related, Dan Sciscente says that sailing, whether on a cat or on a tiny fishing boat, is one of the most relaxing and soul cleansing activities on Earth. It allows for families to put aside the hustle and bustle of everyday life and focus on what is important: togetherness.

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