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Tidal training

harvey38

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27 May 2008
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Hi all,

After owning three boats all based on the Thames, my wife and are in the process of purchasing an Aquastar Ocean 38 currently based at Ramsgate, I have no experience of tidal water and need to get some classroom training on navigation, passage planning as well as some practical skills.

Being in my mid 50s and a trainer in my past career I cannot abide these so called 'Online training' packages that appear to be little more than death by PowerPoint. I am seeking advice as to how and where I may obtain decent, practical and theoretical training so all advice gratefully appreciated so I can enjoy the boat of our dreams and use the vessel with the correct training and understanding.

Regards
Rob
 
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