SENIOR CREW – ASA 101/103

Senior CrewQUALIFICATION SUMMARY:

Trained to crew an offshore-capable, inboard auxiliary powered sailing vessel within designated waters during daylight hours within sight of land in moderate wind and sea conditions.

PREREQUISITES:

Physically capable of performing duties under conditions presented.

Current ANSA Member
ASA (American Sailing Association) Member (required for certification)

TEXTS AND MATERIALS:

ASA Logbook
Sailing Made Easy by ASA (ISBN-10: 098210250X)
Coastal Cruising Made Easy  by ASA (ISBN-10: 0982102518)

US Coast Guard, Navigation Rules: International-Inland, version M16672.2D
(https://www.navcen.uscg.gov/pdf/navRules/navrules.pdf)
Chart 12282
Chart 12270 (optional)

TRAINING RESOURCES

Own or borrow a set of navigation instruments and a hand-bearing compass.

STANDARDS SUMMARY:

PERFORMANCE ITEMS INCLUDE:

leadership, lookout, handling the helm, sail trim, marlinspike seamanship, rules of the road, safety, and other basic sailing skills.

SCHEDULE:

A schedule of class dates are available on the ANSA calendar

COST:

$325, plus the cost of the required text and any required membership. The cost of on-the-water training is included.  Additionally, $150 for American Sailing Association certification at the ASA 101/103 levels.

CONTACTS:

Email the Rear Commodore for Training (training@ansa.org)

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