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With a mar­itime his­tory that changed the way we view the world, and as a city built on its re­la­tion­ship with water, a sail­ing ex­cur­sion in Lis­bon is a must for any group. Terra Incog­nita has 20 years of ex­pe­ri­ence of­fer­ing sail­ing in­struc­tion and events on the Ta­gus, with its ship-shape fleet of yachts, cata­ma­rans and speed­boats. Ac­cord­ing to the com­pany’s Nuno Fer­reira, “a sail­boat pro­vides the per­fect anal­ogy of how to work in a cor­po­rate team”. Un­der the watch­ful eye of a skilled skip­per, groups of up to seven peo­ple on each ves­sel learn how to op­er­ate the boat to­gether and nav­i­gate a route, in or­der to win a se­ries of races and/ or GPS con­tests. Af­ter a day of in­tense work, teams can re­lease their in­ner pi­rate with a game of bat­tle­ships us­ing 100 per cent biodegrad­able water bal­loons, with ev­ery­thing is cap­tured on cam­era by a pro­fes­sional pho­tog­ra­pher. The pro­gramme chal­lenges par­tic­i­pants to de­velop their com­mu­ni­ca­tion and strat­egy skills, which they can take back to the of­fice or board­room.

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