Asa 103 basic coastal cruising

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asa 103 basic coastal cruising

Coastal Cruising Made Easy by American Sailing Association

Coastal Cruising Made Easy is not only the official textbook for the ASA Basic Coastal Cruising Standard (ASA 103), but also the definitive go-to resource for all sailors who enjoy cruising and destination oriented sailing. The text is published in full color and contains striking sailing photography from well-known photographer Billy Black, and world-class illustrations from award-winning illustrator Peter Bull. One of the texts most distinguishing features is its user friendly spreads in which instructional topics are self-contained on opposing pages throughout the book.

This easy to read learning tool follows the critically acclaimed Sailing Made Easy, which Sailing Magazine called best in class upon its release in 2010. Sailing Made Easy is the #1 resource in basic sailing education, and Coastal Cruising Made Easy is poised to become the industry standard in intermediate sailing education.
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Able to skipper a sloop-rigged auxiliary powered (inboard or outboard engine) keelboat of approximately 25 to 35 feet length by day in moderate winds (up to 20 knots) and sea conditions. Knowledge of cruising sailboat terminology, basic boat systems, auxiliary engine operation.
American Sailing Association

ASA Certification Standards: ASA 103, Basic Coastal Cruising

For sailors with some or extensive experience you will take a written exam and demonstrate your sailing skills in order to successfully receive credit for your challenge attempt. We administer challenge s when combined with the actual completion of one or more additional instructional course s. ASA Challenge. If you have a good amount of prior experience, have studied ASA Standards to review the theory and practical skills needed to pass ASA , and feel you can EASILY pass the course, then challenging out of the class is the way to go. You will take the question multiple choice exam, demonstrate tying about seven knots, and then go out sailing for a few hours to prove all of the practical skills. If you pass, we simply sign off on ASA

Prerequisites: Basic Keelboat Sailing ASA certification Description: Demonstrated ability to skipper a sloop-rigged auxiliary powered outboard or inboard engine keelboat of approximately 25 to 35 feet length by day in moderate winds and sea conditions. Knowledge of cruising sailboat terminology, basic boat systems, auxiliary engine operation, docking procedures, intermediate sail trim, navigation rules, basic coastal navigation, anchoring, weather forecast interpretation, safety and seamanship. Description: Demonstrated ability to skipper a sloop-rigged, auxiliary powered keelboat or catamaran, if course is conducted on such of approximately 30 to 45 feet in length during a multi-day cruise upon inland or coastal waters in moderate to heavy winds up to 30 knots and sea conditions. Course is conducted as a live-aboard cruise of at least 48 hours. Description: An advanced cruising standard for individuals with cruising experience. The individual can act as skipper and crew of a foot multihull sailboat by day in coastal waters. The standard includes those skills unique to a foot multihull.

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Where your certificate will be fine for day sailing close to the marina, Basic Coastal Cruising will show you how to cruise to other nearby marinas. You will sail in semi open local and regional waters as both skipper and crew. There will be some more advanced sailing techniques and crew overboard drills. The average time for the course is 4 days or 2 weekends and we have optional practice days. On the fourth day we will drop the hook and play with driving the boat under power. Contact Bliss to set an appointment: cloud9bliss gmail.

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