Nearshore Marine Navigation Course Online Offered Online

Online

Jan 24, 2019

Become an armchair sailor this winter with instructor-facilitated online classes plus in-person support from a CPS-ECP mentor.

Boating 4 – Nearshore Marine Navigation – Level 1 (formerly Seamanship)

Do you know what to do if a boat on fire calls you for help? Can you deal with emergencies on your own boat? Build your confidence on the water, and make your boating a safe and fun experience, by taking the Boating 4 Course. You will learn how to cope with these situations, as well as many other aspects of boating, such as relative bearings, knots and splicing, medical emergencies, coping with adverse weather, and much more.

February 21 – May 16, 2019

Non Member: $255.00 Member: $235.00

Register today

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