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    Knowledge is the one of the keys to safe, enjoyable boating.
The United States Power Squadron has an educational program which will enhance your

 Lake Superior boating experience with knowledge that will keep you and your shipmates safe.

The Duluth Sail & Power Squadron Public Classes

Contact Education Officer Guy Partch for information on Future Classes



"Webinar - Emergencies on Board"
Live Online Webinar which starts on Tue 20 MAR 2018 at 8:00 PM
(click to register)
               
Preparing to handle common problems before you leave the
dock and knowing how to deal with them when they arise will
add to your boating enjoyment. In about 2 hours, this
updated webinar will prepare you to:
Prevent and handle common vessel-related emergencies
Prevent and handle common medical emergencies
Communicate effectively in emergency situations
Intended for power boaters and sailors, the webinar includes
specific how-to guidance.
Participate live with experts. The webinar will be recorded,
and all registered attendees will be able to download a
complete student guide.
Price is $25.00
              



ABC Boating Skills Class
Class takes place over two Saturdays with a third for testing



2018
Students Should
 Dates: April 14  9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Bring a Lunch

April 21  9:00 AM to Noon


April 28  9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Location: Barkers Island Marina Clubhouse
  250 Marina Dr.  Superior WI



Education Officer
LT/C Guy Partch




                                 



Cost $40 for materials; $10 for each extra family member if you share the text. 
Questions?:
Contact:Lt/c Guy Partch


     The Squadron Boating Course is one of our courses designed to familiarize the student with the fundamentals of safe boating and qualify for certification in most states that require boating education before operating a watercraft.  Subjects include:

  • Boat handling under normal conditions
  • Adverse conditions and emergencies
  • Types of boats and boating terminology
  • Required and recommended equipment
  • Boating regulations and navigation rules
  • Lines and knots
  • Charts and aids to navigation
  • Piloting techniques (in Boating only)
  • Marine radiotelephone usage
  • Trailer boating
  • And much, much more
    These are instructor taught classes offering an opportunity for feedback and comaraderie.

       Upon successful completion of the Boating Course, the student will be invited to join the Duluth Sail and  Power Squadron. Member benefits include access to Education Department elective and member classes including Seamanship, Piloting, Advanced Piloting, Weather, Engine Maintenance, GPS and others. Other Squadron activities include safety demonstrations, use of the Squadron dock and many social activities.



Contact the Duluth Sail & Power Squadron

Mailing Address:
 Duluth Sail & Power Squadron

Box  161 074

Duluth, MN 55816

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