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Cruising seminars in UK & USA

by World Cruising Club 3 Feb 18:10 UTC
Cruising Seminars in UK & USA © World Cruising Club

Meet other cruising sailors for a relaxed and social weekend of learning from the experts how to prepare for ocean cruising with special emphasis on planning for an ARC or World ARC voyage.

The Ocean Cruising Seminar combines classroom lectures with group discussions and one-on-one interaction with speakers and fellow students. Evening dinners and social breaks throughout the day provide the opportunity to meet others 'in the same boat' and planning their adventures like you.

UK Seminar: 09/10 March

Guildford, UK. Easy access to London airports, rail and road links. Fee GB£ 195 per person (£25 discount for 2019/20 rally participants). Optional hotel package £89/pn if booked by 07 Feb.

Click here to sign-up: UK 09/10 March.

USA Seminar: 16/17 March

Annapolis, MD. Nearest airport BWI or IAD. US$ 395 per person ($45 discount for 2019/20 rally participants). Hotel package $135/pn if booked by 14 Feb.

Click here to sign-up: USA 16/17 March

Seminar fees include seminar notes, all breaks, lunches and dinner with wine on the Saturday evening.

Norway Seminar not yet open for registration.

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