Online Seminar – How To Use A GPS


Nov 9, 2023

This introductory online seminar is for boaters who want to know the basics of how to set up their GPS/Chartplotter, understand how it works, how to use it to and how it can connect to other boat electronics including tablets and smart phones.

In this seminar, you will learn about waypoints, routes and how to best use the display options available for charts and data. Knowing how to plan and safely execute a route and interpret what you see on the charts is important

A section is included on the capabilities of multi-function displays connected to an autopilot, sensors, radar, AIS or DSC radio.

This is an interactive seminar and to help you assess your learning, there are question and answer segments located throughout the various sections.

Members: $35.20 
Non-Members: $44

Sign-up: HERE


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