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Electronic Navigation for Non-Technical People

Saturday, December 2
10am-12pm, Van Lennep Auditorium
$10 CBMM members; $20 non-members
REGISTER HERE - MEMBERS REGISTER HERE - NON-MEMBERS

 

Join Captain Jerry Friedman, a 100-ton, USCG-licensed Master, as he provides short non-technical descriptions of how GPS, GPS plotters, radar, depth sounders, and automatic identification systems work. These are common electronic navigation systems used on recreational and commercial boats.

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Learn electronic navigation in St. Michaels December 2

CBMM_ElectronicNavigation2017(ST MICHAELS, MD – September 19, 2017) From 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, December 2, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., is offering an Electronic Navigation for Non-Technical People workshop, with class size limited and registration needed.

Participants will join Capt. Jerry Friedman, a USCG-licensed Master, as he provides short non-technical descriptions of how GPS, GPS chart plotters, radar, depth sounders, and automated identification systems work.

A retired electrical engineering executive, Friedman has held a USCG captain’s license for 59 years. During that time, he also operated an emergency service towboat for BoatUS, assisting boaters along the Chesapeake Bay in distress, delivering boats around the Chesapeake and from Florida and Long Island to Annapolis, teaching navigation courses, editing a monthly professional captains’ publication, and providing instruction to boat owners in the operation of their boats. He currently holds a 100-ton Master’s license and serves as the volunteer lead captain of CBMM’s 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle.

CBMM’s 18-acre campus is situated in a park-like setting along the Miles River and St. Michaels harbor, and is within walking distance to the shops, restaurants, inns, and other attractions within St. Michaels’ historic district.

The Dec. 2 Electronic Navigation workshop will be held in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium and is $10 for CBMM members or $20 for non-members, with registration required at bit.ly/electronicnavig2017.

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On Saturday, Dec. 2, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., is offering an Electronic Navigation for Non-Technical People workshop, with class size limited. GPS, GPS chart plotters, radar, depth sounders, and automated identification systems will be discussed. The program takes place from 10 a.m. to noon in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium, and is $10 for CBMM members or $20 for non-members, with registration at bit.ly/electronicnavig2017.

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Two-Day Boating Essentials Course

Saturday, March 25, 9am to noon
Sunday, March 26, 2 to 4pm

REGISTER HERE - CBMM MEMBERS REGISTER HERE - NON-MEMBERS

 

Led by Captain Jerry Friedman, 100 ton, USCG-licensed Master, class participants will gain knowledge and confidence in reading charts, understanding navigational aids, plotting courses, proper anchoring, knot tying, knowing what to do in emergencies, and other helpful information for anyone who spends time aboard a boat.

Cost: $25 for members; $35 for non-members

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Electronic Navigation for Non-Technical People

Sunday, March 12, 2 to 4 pm

REGISTER HERE - MEMBERS REGISTER HERE - NON-MEMBERS

 

Join Captain Jerry Friedman, a 100-ton, USCG-licensed Master, as he provides short non-technical descriptions of how GPS, GPS plotters, radar, depth sounders, and automatic identification systems work. These are common electronic navigation systems used on recreational and commercial boats.

 

Cost: $10 for members; $20 for non-members

Two-Day Chart Navigation Course

Saturday, February 25, 9 am to noon
Sunday, February 26, 2 to 4 pm

REGISTER HERE - MEMBERS REGISTER HERE - NON-MEMBERS

 

Join Captain Jerry Friedman, a 100-ton, USCG-licensed Master, for this two-day workshop. The course is designed to teach participants the necessary steps needed to plan a cruise using navigation charts, which includes plotting courses to safely pilot a boat from one location to another. Boaters interested in being more proficient in navigation will learn the techniques to determine a boat’s locations without the use of electronic aids.
Cost: $25 for members; $35 for non-members

Captain Jerry Friedman, a USCG-licensed Master—shown here using parallel rulers to chart a course—is teaching a weekend chart navigation course at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to help boaters better understand how to plan for a cruise using navigation charts, course plotting, and navigational aids when electronics are not available.

CLASS FULL – Two-Day Boating Essentials Course

Saturday, February 18, 9am to noon
Sunday, February 19, 2 to 4pm

 

UPDATE (2/5/17) – This class is now full. For information on any waiting lists, or any newly scheduled classes, please email Allison Speight at aspeight@cbmm.org.

Led by Captain Jerry Friedman, 100 ton, USCG-licensed Master, class participants will gain knowledge and confidence in reading charts, understanding navigational aids, plotting courses, proper anchoring, knot tying, knowing what to do in emergencies, and other helpful information for anyone who spends time aboard a boat.

Cost: $25 for members; $35 for non-members

 

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CLASS FULL – Learn Boating Essentials at CBMM in February

CBMM_BoatingEssentials_2017UPDATE (2/5/17) – This class is now full. For information on any waiting lists, or any newly scheduled classes, please email Allison Speight at aspeight@cbmm.org.

(ST MICHAELS, MD – January 16, 2017) The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is offering a two-session Boating Essentials course on Saturday, February 18, from 9:00 a.m. to noon and continuing on Sunday, February 19, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Class participation is limited, with advanced registration needed.

Led by Captain Jerry Friedman, a USCG-licensed Master, class participants will gain knowledge and confidence in reading charts, understanding navigational aids, plotting courses, proper anchoring, knot tying, knowing what to do in emergencies, and other helpful information for anyone who spends time aboard a boat.

A retired electrical engineering executive, Friedman has held a USCG captain’s license for 59 years. During that time, he also operated an emergency service towboat for BoatUS, assisting boaters along the Chesapeake Bay in distress, delivering boats around the Chesapeake and from Florida and Long Island to Annapolis, teaching navigation courses, editing a monthly professional captains’ publication, and providing instruction to boat owners in the operation of their boats. He currently holds a 100-ton Master’s license and serves as the volunteer lead captain of CBMM’s 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle.

The program takes place in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium and is $25 for CBMM members or $35 for non-members, with pre-registration needed at bit.ly/BoatingEssentialsFeb2017.

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Reading charts, understanding navigational aids, responding to emergency situations, plotting courses and more will be the topics for a two-session Boating Essentials course at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels. Led by Captain Jerry Friedman, a USCG-licensed Master, the course takes place in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium on Saturday, February 18 from 9:00 a.m. to noon and continues on Sunday, February 19, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Class participation is limited, with advanced registration needed at bit.ly/BoatingEssentialsFeb2017.

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CBMM offers chart navigation course in February

CBMM_ChartNavigation_Pointing(ST MICHAELS, MD – January 16, 2017) The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is offering a two-day chart navigation course which begins on Saturday, February 25, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, and concludes Sunday, February 26, from 2 to 4:00 p.m. Participation is limited, with pre-registration needed.

Led by Captain Jerry Friedman, a USCG-licensed Master, this course is designed to teach participants the necessary steps to plan a cruise using navigation charts, which includes plotting courses to safely pilot a boat from one place to another. Boaters interested in being more proficient in navigation will learn techniques to determine a boat’s location without the use of electronic aids.

CBMM_BoatingEssentials_Nov14_15_2015The course will cover reading charts, identifying objects, and plotting on a navigation chart; determining latitude and longitude to identify a boat’s location; using a compass rose, including the effects of deviation and variation; understanding the rules of the “road” on the water; identifying navigation aids, such as buoys, lights, daymarks, and ranges; and other instruction on planning a cruise.

A retired electrical engineering executive, Friedman has held a USCG captain’s license for 59 years. During that time, he also operated an emergency service towboat for BoatUS, assisting boaters along the Chesapeake Bay in distress, delivering boats around the Chesapeake and from Florida and Long Island to Annapolis, teaching navigation courses, editing a monthly professional captains’ publication, and providing instruction to boat owners in the operation of their boats. He currently holds a 100-ton Master’s license and serves as the volunteer lead captain of CBMM’s 1920 buyboat Winnie Estelle.

The program takes place in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium and is $25 for CBMM members or $35 for non-members, with pre-registration needed at bit.ly/ChartNavFeb2017.

 

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Captain Jerry Friedman, a USCG-licensed Master—shown here using parallel rulers to chart a course—is teaching a weekend chart navigation course at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to help boaters better understand how to plan for a cruise using navigation charts, course plotting, and navigational aids when electronics are not available. The course takes place in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium on Saturday, February 25 from 9:00 a.m. to noon and continues on Sunday, February 26 from 2-4:00 p.m. Class participation is limited, with advanced registration needed at bit.ly/ChartNavFeb2017.

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A February 25 & 26 chart navigation course at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD will cover identifying navigation aids, such as buoys, lights, daymarks, and ranges; reading, identifying objects and plotting on a navigation chart; determining latitude and longitude to identify a boat’s location; using a compass rose, including the effects of deviation and variation; understanding the rules of the “road” on the water; and other instruction on planning a cruise. Class participation is limited, with advanced registration needed at bit.ly/ChartNavFeb2017.

Chart navigation courses are offered at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland.

Chart Navigation

Saturday,March 19, 10am-Noon
Sunday, March 20, 1-3pm
Instructor: Jerry Friedman
Location: Dorchester House

Join 100 ton Captain Jerry Friedman, a USCG-licensed Master, for this 2-day workshop. This course is designed to teach participants the necessary steps needed to plan a cruise using navigation charts, which includes plotting courses to safely pilot a boat from one location to another. Boaters interested in being more proficient in navigation will learn the techniques to determine a boat’s locations without the use of electronic aids.

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Electronic Navigation for non-technical people

Sunday, February 7
2-4pm
$10 CBMM Members, $20 non-members
Instructor: Jerry Friedman
Location: Van Lennep Auditorium, Steamboat Building
Join 100 ton Captain Jerry Friedman as he provides short non-technical descriptions of how GPS, GPS plotters, radar, depth sounders and automatic identification systems work. Jerry will give you a brief understanding of what they do. These are common electronic navigation systems used on recreational and commercial boats.