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Ocean Cruising Club Mentoring Refreshed

by Phil Heaton 29 Aug 2019 08:18 UTC

Connecting Members with other Members who have specialised experience and can help plan adventurous voyages is a primary benefit of OCC Membership.

The Ocean Cruising Club comprises Members who have sailed the traditional ocean routes and passages, explored idyllic cruising grounds and adventured to the remotest corners of our planet. Members range from permanent liveaboards to seasonal sailors. Their experience, expertise, knowledge and competence are ready to be shared with people who wish to venture further afield.

The Club offers a unique facility to support cruisers who would like to take a next step in cruising. Whether you are an individual, a couple, or a family for whom the next step is daunting and you are unsure about a major change, there are OCC Members who have "been there and done it", and can provide the answers to how you too can go there and do it - answers that may not be in the cruising guides or on cruising websites.

For initial information on OCC Mentoring follow the link below where you can find out:

  • What is OCC Mentoring
  • Who can participate and benefit from OCC Mentoring
  • The benefits for Participants
  • How to get started with an OCC Mentor
  • How to work with an OCC Mentor
In the Members' area of the website you will find more tips about how to make OCC Mentoring work for you and a list of our experienced cruisers who have volunteered to be OCC Mentors. You must be a member and logged in to view the Members' Area of the website.

Contact us for further information or to sign up as a Mentor or participant.

For more information visit oceancruisingclub.org/Mentoring

This article has been provided by the courtesy of Ocean Cruising Club.

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