7-WEEK ABC COURSE STARTS TUESDAY, September 24th @ 7:00PM TO 9:30PM

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7-WEEK ABC COURSE STARTS TUESDAY, September 24th @ 7:00 pm TO 9:30 pm * no class 10/22/19

ONCE A WEEK STARTING ON TUESDAY, September 24th, 2019 7:00 PM-9:30 PM Till November 12th, 2019

$85.00 + tax -Includes 244-page full-color manual Boating Textbook, Boating Certificate, FL & NASBLA* Education Card

America’s Boating Course (ABC) boat safety course materials include both a 244-page full-color manual  The manual includes extensive diagrams, graphics, and boating tips.  The boat safety course manual consists of five chapters packed with boating tips along with the nautical rules of the road.  Hands-on demonstrations.

7 Week Boat Safety Course Outline/Chapters

 

Chapter 1: Getting Started – nautical terms.Required Safety Equipment-life jackets, fire ext.
Going Boating – fueling, casting off, underway.
Chapter 2: Navigation Rules.Navigation Aids.Lights and Sound signals.Government
Regulations.State and Local Regulations.
Chapter 3: Finding Your Way – nautical charts, electronic navigation.Anchoring.
Adverse Conditions and Emergencies.Communications Afloat.
Chapter 4: Water Sports Safety – water skiing, hunting/fishing, paddling. Trailering.
PWC Operation.Knots and Lines.
Chapter 5: Featuring hands-on exercises using standard plotting tools

A BENEFIT ABOUT THE 7-WEEK COURSE, COMPARED TO THE ONE DAY COURSE IS THAT YOU SPEND MORE TIME DOING HANDS-ON SKILLS AND HOMEWORK.
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One Day ABC Class- Saturday, May 11th 8:30 am-4:30 pm

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$35.00-$85.00 + tax -Includes 244-page full-color manual Boating Textbook, Boating Certificate, FL & NASBLA* Education Card

America’s Boating Course (ABC) boat safety course materials include both a 244-page full-color manual  The manual includes extensive diagrams, graphics, and boating tips.  The boat safety course manual consists of five chapters packed with boating tips along with the nautical rules of the road.

*NASBLA CARD GOOD THRU OUT THE USA AND MANY OTHER COUNTRIES. THIS ONE DAY ABC BOATING SAFETY COURSE CONSISTS OF FOUR CHAPTERS WITH A TEXTBOOK PACKED WITH BOATING TIPS ALONG WITH THE NAUTICAL RULES OF THE ROAD.

One Day Boat Safety Course Outline/Chapters 

Chapter 1 Getting Started – nautical terms. Required Safety Equipment-life jackets, fire ext. Going Boating – fueling, casting off, underway.
Chapter 2 Navigation Rules. Navigation Aids. Lights and Sound signals. Government Regulations. State and Local Regulations.
Chapter 3 Finding Your Way – nautical charts, electronic navigation. Anchoring. Adverse Conditions and Emergencies. Communications Afloat.
Chapter 4 Water Sports Safety – water skiing, hunting/fishing, paddling. Trailering. PWC Operation. Knots and Lines.

Self Study Chapter 5: Featuring hands-on exercises using standard plotting tools- only available in 7-week course

(one day students may sit in on 7 week course for this chapter)

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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Sailing Class – start Nov 5

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Sailing Starts Monday, Nov 5th, 2018 @ 7 pm. once a week on Mondays Off for Holidays

Sailing is a completely new sail course created to serve the needs of the novice and experienced sailor, as well as the non-sailor, for basic skills and knowledge. The course starts with basic sailboat designs and nomenclature, rigging, safety, and sail processes and then tackles the physical aspects of sailing forces and techniques,
$90+tax for Members $155 +tax for all others. Includes Textbook and handouts

 

General Information

Description

Students will learn parts of a sail, sail handling, sail terminology, types of boats & hull types, wind, Navigation Rules, Marlinespike, Seamanship, Docking & Anchoring, sailing in weather, and sailing safely.

Expectations and Goals

Students will gain a better understanding of sailboats, parts, terminology, what makes them go, Navigation Rules, and safe sailing.

Required Materials

USPS SAIL Course book, pen/pencil, highlighter, notepad

Optional Materials

Main Sail Trimming by Felix Marks (available through Amazon)

Course Schedule

Week Topic Reading Homework
11/05 Boat, Sail Plans, Boat Design & Hull Type CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
11/12 Standing Rigging, Sails, Running Rigging, Preparing to Sail CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

11/19 Wind, Sail Shape CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
11/26 Stability, Balance Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
12/03 Tuning the Rig, Steering & Helmsmanship Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13 CH 1, 2, 3 Ch 1, 2, 3
12/10 Sailing Upwind, Sailing Downwind Ch 14, 15 Ch 14, 15 CH 4, 5, 6, 11 Ch 4, 5, 6, 11

 

12/17 Heavy Weather Sailing, Storm Conditions CH 17, 18 Ch 17, 18 CH 9, 10 Ch 9, 10
01/07 Docking and Anchoring, Marlinespike Seamanship, Sailing Safely CH 19, 20, 21 Ch 19, 20, 21 Ch 7, 8 Ch 7, 8
01/14

 

01/21

Navigation Rules, Spinnaker Handling

Open, Review

 

 

Ch 22, 16 CH 22, 16  

 

 

Ch 12, 13 Ch 12, 13

 

 

Exam Schedule

Date Subject
01/28 Review
02/06 Exam
 

 

 

 

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