Advanced Coastal Cruising 106

Able to safely act as skipper and crew of a sailing vessel 30’ to 51’ in length. This is a day and nighttime Standard in coastal and inland water, in any weather.

Class Overview

In preparation for these advanced sailing lessons, students are asked to complete reading and homework assignments from the Annapolis Book of Seamanship.

Advanced Coastal Cruising is a 4-day overnight live aboard, on-the-water class. Three to five students and one instructor will spend 95% of all class time on a 39′ or larger yacht. This class is designed to polish the skills of experienced sailors as skipper and navigator.

The instructor will assign provisioning responsibilities to all students ahead of time for all meals. By noon day one students will depart for Catalina, CA or Ensenada, Mexico making way to the next anchorage for meals and instruction over the course of four days.

The previously mentioned reading material and homework is great preparation for the written exam. All practical exams will occur while sailing throughout the trip and on the return to San Diego.

Class Covers

Advanced seamanship and navigational techniques, a wide spectrum of weather conditions, day and night sailing offshore, additional emergency procedures and boat engineering. Additional experience is developed with trip planning, safety equipment, advance procedures, provisioning, boat systems and personal gear necessary for longer offshore, ocean passages.

 

Class Textbook

The Annapolis Book of Seamanship

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Prerequisites

Basic Keelboat, Coastal Cruising, Bareboat Chartering and Coastal Navigation

  • Member Rate: $1,250 Plus San Diego Port Fee
  • Non-Member Rate: $1,550 Plus San Diego Port Fee
  • Class Includes: All food provisioning with the exception of meals ashore, fuel, and Moorings fees.
  • Class Exam: $20 (Annapolis Book of Seamanship can be purchased at Amazon or any book store)

Sailing Lesson Schedule

Advanced Coastal Cruising 106 Class Schedule 2017
Thursday – Sunday March 2018