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Marine Weather 1 (San Diego, May 2-3)

When you’re out there, you are on your own, trusting that you are prepared for the elements.  This course is designed for novices as well as experienced sailors (also means those attendees with little or no marine weather background, as well as an excellent re-fresher for those who have had some weather courses). This course will exposure  what a mariner needs to know & understand about recent changes in today’s marine weather charts & how best to apply them in important safety & strategic decision making in the environment one sails in, whether coastal cruising for a day inside the San Francisco Bay Area, coastal cruising along the U.S. west coast, or longer offshore blue water cruising north to Alaska, south & west to Hawaii, or further onto other shores (such as to the Galapagos, the Marquises, New Zealand & Australia), this is your opportunity to learn what it means to learn how to become self-reliant in marine weather and forecasting.

Price: $250

Click here for a course syllabus outline.

A week prior to class, all registered students will get an electronic version of the course for pre-study and or print out to bring to class.
For any questions about this class (and other future classes), please e-mail Lee Chesneau: or cell phone 206-949-4680

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05/02/2015 - 05/03/2015
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Maritime Institute
1310 Rosecrans Street, Suite G
San Diego CA 92106


Bookings are closed for this event.