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Cyclops Marine 2020 - LEADERBOARD

Basic Marine Radar

by Bluewater Cruising Association 26 Mar 15:36 UTC 25 April 2020

Learn to use radar from the guy that literally wrote the book: Kevin Monahan. After completion of this seminar, you will be able to set up your radar for maximum results, and interpret the display under a variety of conditions.

You will use radar to identify land-masses, other vessels, and transient targets; avoid collisions; navigate; and interpret and control the display under a variety of conditions. Cost includes one manual per individual/couple.

  • Western Maritime Institute (near Nanaimo Airport) 3519 Hallberg Rd Ladysmith, British Columbia V9K 1G1
  • 25 Apr 2020 0900h - 1600h
  • Members 110 (spouse $95) / Non-Members 130 (spouse $105)
  • VI Mid-Island Education Watchkeeper: Kate Swangard
More information and registration here.

This article has been provided by the courtesy of the Bluewater Cruising Association.

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