Prevention and preparation make all the difference. This seminar has been designed to prepare you to handle common emergencies that can happen when you are away from the dock... whether you venture out for the day or are leaving on a longer cruise. You will learn how to deal with them as they occur and especially when the skipper is unable to respond.
Upon completion of this seminar, you will have gained an understanding of: the most common types of vessel emergencies and how to deal with them, medical emergencies and how to be prepared for them and the various ways, when you need help, to communicate your problem to others.
This self-study seminar consists of a comprehensive 50-page PDF Student Guide and a fully narrated online learning module which present like classroom PowerPoint presentations but give the student total control of the pace and sequence of the slides.
Boat Operator Certification
This seminar is required for the Boat Operator Certification level of Advanced Coastal Navigator (ACN). If the course Boat Handling has been completed online, this seminar is considered complete
Want to take a "road trip" on the water? Gain the confidence and practical skills needed to explore ports and coves for a weekend or weeks at a time.$67.50
Boat handling has been designed to acquaint you with general boat-handling situations and teach you skills to handle your boat in various conditions.$24.95
Recreational boaters use line and knots to: secure their boat to docks, piers, and other boats; handle rescue and repair situations; manage running rigging; anchor securely; and tow other vessels or people.$24.95
Don't let bad weather ruin your day! Learn to forecast and predict the weather. Learn to recognize the early signs of changing weather; how to anticipate storms, squalls, fog, and wind shifts, and become familiar with basic weather elements$24.95
Anchoring is the skill of securing your vessel to the bottom through use of line, chain, and one or more anchors.$24.95