Weather for Boaters – additional session July 29

Weather for Boaters Webinar

July 23, 2020

There’s nothing can quickly ruin a pleasant cruise on a sunny afternoon than getting caught in a sudden, unexpected storm. This show of Mother Nature’s powers can be frightening at the very least, and fatal in its worst form. Weather For Boaters presents many of the basic meteorological principles that create our weather, and is an excellent primer for the more advanced Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons course, Introduction to Weather For Recreational Boaters.

Space is limited! Register today for Weather For Boaters – Special Session on Jul 29, 2020 8:00 PM EDT at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7990918866402942736

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