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When a named storm threatens, you need to be prepared and protect your boat. In this short seminar, you’ll learn how to select a location from which to weather the storm and prepare your boat for a hurricane. The kit includes Student Notes with copies of the slides.
Instructor: Joe Barnette 941-928-9207, email@example.com
“An Introduction to Celestial Navigation, Illustrated and Animated”, has been designed specifically for the fun and intellectual enjoyment of individuals who may have an interest in this fascinating science. No quizzes, no final exams, no homework. No prior knowledge required. Just come for the “big picture” of navigating by the sky. The class is presented as an introduction to a more comprehensive two-course series on celestial navigation offered by the Sarasota Power and Sail Squadron.
Instructor: Graham Petersen | 828-290-8088 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Today, electronics have radically changed navigation, but understanding the basics helps you gain confidence in your equipment and your own skills.
In this seminar you’ll learn practical techniques to plan, navigate, and check your progress on the water. You will develop situational awareness skills using your eyes and navigation tools to quickly point to your position on a chart, and be able to use backup techniques when the electronics become suspect. This seminar will help both captain and crew to navigate safely and comfortably.
The seminar kit contains The Weekend Navigator textbook, a Seminar Notes booklet, and Maptech’s Chart Navigator Training CD, which includes software and digital charts to gain familiarity with this new technology.
Instructor: Joe Barnette 941-957-0443, email@example.com
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October 26, 2023, 1830-2030 Thursday
Instructor: Ed Fisch, 941-923-5277, firstname.lastname@example.org
This 2-hour seminar will show you the basics of celestial navigation and use of a sextant. This is a fun hands-on class (you will use a sextant) in which you will get to experience what it was like to navigate before GPS and chart plotters. The sextant is still a useful non-electronic option to know your position on the water or land.
Encompassing everything from canoes, kayaks and paddle boats make boating affordable and accessible for everyone. USPS training helps you do it safely. Based on a compendium of information from the paddling community, this seminar prepares you to boat safely on small lakes, streams, and rivers. The seminar kit includes an attendee workbook for note-taking and reference and “The Complete Sea Kayaker’s Handbook” by Shelly Johnson. Included as a bonus is “Introduction to Paddling – canoeing basics for lakes and rivers” by the American Canoe Association.
Instructor Ed Fisch, 941-923-5277 email@example.com
Are you a crew member or passenger who has no idea what’s going on during a boat trip? Learn the essential skills you will need to help the skipper safely operate a recreational boat, including how to respond in an emergency. You’ll become an asset on board with Partner in Command.
The Partner in Command seminar includes an introduction to boating, understanding anchoring, docking, and navigation, preparing for bad weather, first aid and on-board emergencies, and more.
Partner in Command may be taken in a squadron-run session or as a fully interactive online learning experience. Either way, this comprehensive seminar can be completed in 2-4 hours and comes with a full color Student Guide for the seminar.
Joe Barnette instructor, 914-957-0444 firstname.lastname@example.org
November 30, 2023, 1830-2030 Thursday
“An Introduction to Using Marine GPS, Illustrated and Animated”, has been designed specifically for the fun and intellectual enjoyment of individuals who may have an interest in this fascinating science. No quizzes, no final exams, no homework. No prior knowledge required. Just come for the “big picture” of Using Marine GPS. The class is presented by the Sarasota Power and Sail Squadron.
Instructor: Joe Barnette | 941-928-9207 | email@example.com
Get familiar with your boat’s VHF marine radio in just two hours. Experienced instructors teach you how to use VHF radio like a pro, including the new digital selective calling (DSC) rescue feature. You’ll also get tips on purchasing and installing VHF to get the most out of your investment. A handy waterproof McGraw-Hill Captain’s QuickGuide Using VHF is included with essential information that you should have aboard. This QuickGuide explains to anyone on your crew how to use the radio, a real benefit if you’re unable to help in an emergency.
September 21, 2023, 1830-2030 Thursday
Instructor: Mike Wedge, 941-951-6806, firstname.lastname@example.org
The safety and comfort of those who venture out-on-the-water has always been weather dependent. This seminar is a must for boaters who have never taken a weather course. The complex subject of weather is presented in a way that is both understandable and useful.