As senior crew, you are trained to crew an inboard auxiliary powered sailing vessel within designated waters during daylight hours within sight of land in moderate wind and sea conditions. This class focuses on teaching while sailing versus classroom time. To make this possible, the student is expected to study textbook, watch online video and practice knots between classes.
Physically capable of performing duties under conditions presented.
ANSA Membership – Included
ASA (American Sailing Association) Member – Included
TEXTS AND MATERIALS:
ASA Logbook – included
Sailing Made Easy by ASA (ISBN-10: 098210250X) – Included
Coastal Cruising Made Easy by ASA (ISBN-10: 0982102518) – Included
US Coast Guard, Navigation Rules: International-Inland, version M16672.2D
(https://www.navcen.uscg.gov/pdf/navRules/navrules.pdf) – Optional
Chart 12282 – Optional
Chart 12270 – Optional
ASA STANDARDS SUMMARY:
USNS SENIOR CREW STANDARDS SUMMARY
PERFORMANCE ITEMS INCLUDE:
leadership, lookout, handling the helm, sail trim, marlinspike seamanship, rules of the road, safety, and other basic sailing skills.
A schedule of classes is available on the ANSA calendar.
$650 which includes required text, classroom, on the water training and ASA certifications and ANSA membership (single).
Email the Rear Commodore for Training (firstname.lastname@example.org)