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Serving Delta, Tsawwassen, Ladner and Richmond

Boating Essentials - (Combined Boating Courses 2 & 3)

Course starts: 7 pm, Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Course Dates: 14 evenings from 7 to 9 pm, from Wednesday, January 29 to April 29, 2020
Note: Course may be extended due to the Spring Break period.

Location: Richmond Yacht Club, 7471 River Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 2W4

The PCOC (Boating 1 Course) makes sure you have immediate navigation and safety skills but it’s just the beginning of what you should know when you get on a boat.

This course combines the material in the Boating 2 (Beyond the PCOC) and Boating 3 (Introduction to Navigation) Canadian Power & Sail (CPS-ECP) courses to provide more in-depth knowledge of boating on local waters.

This course includes global positioning and charts, the magnetic compass, conning, electronic navigation, handling a boat under power, ropes, lines and knots, anchors and anchoring, tides and currents, weather, etc. This course further explores navigation as you learn how to plot and label on paper charts as well as what the skipper should be doing before setting out and when under way, handling a boat under sail as well as your environmental responsibilities and electrical hazards, etc.

Recommended prerequisites: Boating 1 = Boating Basics (Pleasure Craft Operator Card, PCOC)

Price – non-member of CPS-ECP: $365 per person; $157.50 for 2nd person at same address
Price – member of CPS-ECP: $328.50 per person; $141.75 for 2nd person at same address

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Squadron Cruises

On Friday April 26, Fraser Squadron held its anual Annual General Meeting and Change of Watch at the Richmond Yacht club.

With attendance by PMD representative Craig Neill and guest speater Lorraine Graves, this years AGM was another success.

A Maritime Mobile Service Identity is a nine-digit number that uniquely identifies your boat, you the owner and your contact information. Each Digital Selective Calling radio needs to be registered and assigned an MMSI number. Your DSC radio can be used to send a distress alert to the Coast Guard and nearby vessels (with DSC radios in receiving range) or to selectively contact another vessel when you know its MMSI number.

If you have relatively new VHF radio in your boat, chances are it is equipped with Digital Select Calling or DSC. The most important feature of a VHF DSC radio is that you can send a Distress Alert which will tell the Coast Guard and other boaters in your area that you require immediate assistance.

 

成功完成加拿大国家游艇总会的船艇驾驶课程者,成为队员,可以享受许多益处和待遇,下面是其中一部份:

 

- 有资格在自己的船艇上悬挂加拿大国家游艇总会会旗,展示自己合格和过硬的船艇知识和驾艺

 

- 有资格选修高级课程,进一步提高加强行船的知识和技艺

 

- 收到加拿大游艇期刊,包括国家游艇总会 CPS 的专栏

 

- 太平洋陆区的队员可收到六期《太平洋游艇》(Pacific Yachting) 期刊

 

- 菲沙中队队员能定期收到《望海镜》,一份由菲沙游艇中队编撰发行的出版物,报导讨论本地与游艇活动有关的消息

 

- 可以享受 Johnston Meiser 和一些保险公司的游艇保险费 

 

- 在安大略省、B.C. 弗罗里达州和加勒比海的游艇租赁公司,队员可享受 5 - 15% 的折扣价,甚至能享受一些租车公司的优惠价

 

- 能够通过参加总会的讲座,行船安全项目和各种活动,队员可以扩展自己的游艇爱好者网络圈,同时,不断增进自己的相关知识

 

- 有资格参与志愿者活动,如:课程辅导,教练助手,将自己的经验知识与其它人分享

 

- 有资格加入本总会指挥部,帮助新的队员和延续和发扬舰队的各种项目

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