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Edmonds Flotilla 12 Boating Classes


Boaters, take a boating course from


the Coast Guard Auxiliary to prepare for boating in 2011. The Edmonds Flotilla 12 will be teaching the following public boating courses: Boating Skills and Seamanship: 12


week course beginning February 10. This class covers all aspects of boating, and is good for both novice and experienced boaters. Weekend Navigator: 12 week course


beginning February 8. This class covers fundamental principals and tools of navigation, plus the use of electronic equipment. This class will prepare you for longer range cruising. Classes will be taught at Chuck


Olson Chevrolet Auxiliary classroom. Questions, contact Jim Hewitson, CG Auxiliary at (425) 774-4033 email: boatclasses@hotmail.com


Piloting Course The Bremerton Sail & Power


Squadron will be offering a Piloting course on Thursday evenings starting February 10. The class will be held at Jackson Park Community Center in Bremerton. The Piloting course focuses on navigation as it is done on recreational boats today and embraces GPS as a primary navigation tool while covering enough of traditional techniques so the student will be able to find his/her way even if their GPS fails. For information, contact Kevin Pisani at (360) 479-1085 or email seokp@comcast.net


Boating Classes The Edmonds Flotilla 12 will be


teaching the following public boating courses:


Boating Skills and Seamanship: 12 week course beginning February 10. Weekend Navigator: 12 week course


beginning February 8. Classes will be taught at Chuck


Olson Chevrolet Auxiliary classroom. Questions, email boatclasses@hotmail. com or contact Jim Hewitson, CG Auxiliary at (425) 774-4033.


White Rock Squadron Boating Classes


January 11: Boating (Tuesdays) January 12: Boating (Wednesdays) January 11: Global Weather January 12: Advanced Piloting January 12: Marine Maintenance January 12: BoatPro (Pleasure Craft Operator Card) February 1: Electronic Charting All classes run at Earl Marriott


Secondary School, 15751 16th Avenue, White Rock, B.C. For full details and registration: www.whiterocksquadron.org/courses.htm


NW Seaport Chantey Sing January 14


Songs of the sea are easy to learn


and fun to sing, 8:00-10:30 pm. All ages welcome. Musician and folklorist Chris Roe will be on board as songleader to keep the music rolling, with opportunity for anyone to lead a song or just join in the chorus. The historic steamship Virginia V will be docked at the Historic Ships Wharf during the sing, 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109. Admission free, donations accepted. For information, (206) 447-9800 or www.nwseaport.org


Public Boating Course The Seattle Sail and Power Squadron


is currently enrolling students for the spring 2011 Public Boating Course also known as ABC 3rd edition. Classes will be held in Seattle at the Queen City Yacht Club, 2608 Boyer Avenue East, beginning Tuesday, February 2 and will continue successive Tuesdays for a total of seven weeks, ending March 15. Classes run from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Students learn to be safer and more


knowledgeable boaters. The course instruction is free, but students must purchase text and materials for a fee of $45 to $70. Please register by calling Suzanne


Schoonover at (425) 775-3928 or s_schoonover@comcast.net before January 30. Prior reservat ions required.


Rush Sails Your Northwest Neil Pryde Sails Agent Scott Rush


206-719-8436 rushsails@aol.com


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