The Coastal Navigation course, ASA 105 will be provided over 6 evening sessions, Tuesday and Thursday 7 pm to 9 pm each evening over 3 weeks, followed by a Saturday review and at-home exam.
Online sessions will be:
January 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28 from 7 pm to 9 pm with review and questions after
Full day review and at-home exam will be Saturday Jan 30 or flexible date.
This class will be taught on Bay Flyer, a Hunter 31 or a similar vessel. This class will run over three consecutive days.
ASA 103, Basic Coastal Cruising, will be taught over 3 consecutive days on Bay Flyer, a Hunter 31, or similar vessel.
ASA 104, Bareboat Coastal Cruising, is offered on a 34 to 40 foot cruising monohull sailboat.
The class registration is for either one sailor in one available cabin or for two sailors sharing a cabin.
There are three cabins/spaces available for this class for a minimum of 3 students and maximum of 6 students.
This class will be taught over 3 consecutive days on Bay Flyer, a Hunter 31 or a similar vessel.
ASA 114, Catamaran Cruising, is offered as a combined class with ASA 104 on a 38 to 44 foot catamaran. The class is available to sailors with either the ASA 103 or ASA 104 certification. It will be a 3-day class, including 2 overnights.
There are three cabins/spaces available for this class for a minimum of 3 students and maximum of 6 students total.
THIS IS A MID-WEEK CLASS!
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