Hunter 41 Sailboat

ASA 104 Intermediate Cruising/Bareboat Certification.

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(Prerequisite ASA 103) Taught on a 41.5 Hunter.

Day One:

Starting in the morning, with students staying aboard at the dock at the school. We will cover boat systems, docking, and meal planning. We would also go over the planned trip and navigation. In the afternoon we would practice docking and picking up the mooring; and anchoring if time permits. That evening the students would shop for food and stock the boat, then do the chart work for the trip.

In the afternoon we would practice docking and picking up the mooring; and anchoring if time permits. That evening the students would shop for food and stock the boat, then do the chart work for the trip.

That evening the students would shop for food and stock the boat, then do the chart work for the trip.

Day Two:

On the morning of day Two we would review boat systems, and check the chartwork. Then we leave on our trip of about 6 hours, navigating as we go.

Upon arrival at our destination we would review anchoring procedures, and then relax for a bit until dinner. Dinner would be on the boat at anchor. After dinner we would cover basic chartplotter use, and do the navigation planning for the trip back.

Day Three:

On the morning of Day Three (after breakfast) we would review and practice anchoring, navigate back to our harbor using the chartplotter, and practice picking up a mooring. Exam after we get the boat squared away.

All course materials included plus Course Completion Certificate. Food not included.