Boating Skills Virtual Trainer

Virtual Training

 Do you have the skills to navigate safely in any condition, day or night? Learn new manouvers with the Boating Skills Virtual Trainer. Risk free, hands on experience.

Take the helm and try:

Departing the Dock
Spring Lines
Fairways
Pivot Turns
Moorings
Docking
Slalom
Crossing/Overtaking
Meeting
Emergency Stops
Winds and Currents
Day and Night
The Boating Skills Virtual Trainer is funded by a generous grant from the CPS Foundation.

The Boating Skills Virtual Trainer will be at the following shows:

Toronto International Boat Show, January 10 – 18

Vancouver International Boat Show, January 21 – 25

Montreal Boat and Watersports Show, February 5 – 8

Halifax International Boat Show, February 19 – 22

For more info visit CPS-ECP online.

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