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A class to teach you where you are and how to get to where you want to go on the ocean is set to begin June 29 at the historic Long Beach Fire Station in Belmont Shore.
Topics to be taught in the Weekend Navigator class include dead recogning, plot courses, fixes and positions, running fixes, estimated positions, double the angle on the bow, true north, magnetic north, variation, deviation, determining distance, speed and time, along with some GPS, among…Continue
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is set to start a class Feb. 9 in Long Beach mainly about sailing at the historic fire station in Belmont Shore --- 5373 E. 2nd St. --- and it will include other topics that will lead to a California Operator Card for boaters.
Topics taught include sailboat types, how a boat sails, basic sailboat maneuvering, rigging and boat handling, safety equipment, trailering, introduction to navigation, auxiliary engines, marlinespike seamanship, weather, radio,…Continue
(LONG BEACH --- Aug. 23) --- The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is set to teach About Boating Safely, a one-day class Sept. 24 at the VA Long Beach Healthcare Learning Center.
"The class will help to keep your friends and family safe, and make your time on the water more pleasurable," said Michael Bozarth, the USCG Aux. instructor who's scheduled to teach the class related to powerboats, sail boats and personal watercraft.
The eight-hour class will cover…Continue
(LONG BEACH --- March 21) --- The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is scheduled to teach About Boating Safely on April 30 in Long Beach.
"The class is for boaters who operate powerboats, sail boats and personal watercraft," said USCG Aux. instructor Michael Bozarth, who's set to teach the eight-hour class.
Topics of instruction include boating jargon and laws, safe boating, on-water emergencies, boating law, navigation, skiing, river boating, trailering, storing, hunting and fishing…Continue