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Basic Coastal Navigation

Chart work.

Chart work.

In Basic Coastal Navigation, you will have the opportunity to apply the theory with many practical exercises that show you how to determine your position on a nautical chart and how to safely reach your intended destination. You will also learn about electronic navigation including using a GPS and waypoints.    More about how to take drift and leeway into account and how to use tide and current tables is now part of the Intermediate Coastal Navigation Standard.

PREREQUISITE: None

OPTIONS: One evening per week for 8 weeks (starting January or October) or on-line.

FEE: $360.00 + HST (includes all learning materials & exam) – Classroom – Register Today!

Note:  Fee does not include logbook.

OBJECTIVE: To be able to demonstrate the navigational theory required to safely navigate a sailing cruiser in coastal or inland waters. The concepts are practically introduced in the Intermediate standard and practically tested in the Advanced standard. This standard is a requirement for the Sail Canada Intermediate Cruising and Sail Canada Intermediate Coastal Navigation standards.

CERTIFICATION AWARDED: Sail Canada Basic Coastal Navigation Standard.

NEXT STEPS: Sail Canada Basic Cruising, Sail Canada Basic Powerboat, Sail Canada Intermediate CruisingCelestial Navigation