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Improve your docking skills

by Bluewater Cruising Association 21 Feb 16:17 UTC 21 March 2020

Improve your docking skills whether you are single-handing or have help, on a sailboat, or a powerboat.

Learn the theory and interaction of propellers, keels, and rudders and how to manage docking in wind and current.

This three-part course includes classroom time, practice-on-your-own time, and a follow-up class.

For more information and to register - Click Here

  • Sidney BC, SHOAL Centre, All Purpose Room 10030 Resthaven Dr Sidney, British Columbia V8L 3G4
  • 21 Mar 2020 0900h-1300h to 05 Apr 2020 0900h-1300h
  • Members $80 / Non-Members $110
  • VI Education Watchkeeper: Trina Holt
This article has been provided by the courtesy of the Bluewater Cruising Association.

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