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May, 2017

Tuesday
2
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For D-Skipper trainees. Covers maneuvering under power and docking the yawls.
Wednesday
3
Wednesday
3
Friday
5
Cinco de Mayo
Saturday
6
NPSC Clubhouse
9:00 AM
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Third session of ASA 103. See first session (part 1) for details and registration.
Saturday
6
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On-water practice. See Part 1 for Registration information.
Sunday
7
NPSC Clubhouse
9:00 AM
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Fourth and final session of ASA 103. See first session (part 1) for details and registration.
Tuesday
9
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For D-Skipper trainees. Covers maneuvering under power and docking the yawls.
Wednesday
10
Wednesday
10
Thursday
11
NPSC Clubhouse
5:30 PM
Saturday
13
NPSC Clubhouse
9:00 AM
Saturday
13
NPSC Club House, West Basin Marina, NAS Patuxent River
10:00 AM
Sunday
14
Mother's Day
Tuesday
16
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This Course is an introduction to the use of the Luder Yawl Raymarine Chart Plotters. It will consist of approximately 2 hours in a classroom setting followed by time in the available yawls operating the chart plotters. It is free to NPSC members
Wednesday
17
Thursday
18
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For D-Skipper trainees. Covers maneuvering under power and docking the yawls.
Saturday
20
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On-water and written exam. See Part 1 for Registration information.
Sunday
21
Tuesday
23
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For D-Skipper trainees. Covers maneuvering under power and docking the yawls.
Tuesday
23
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American Sailing Association (ASA) Basic Keelboat (ASA-101) class. No prior sailing experience required.
Objective: Be able to sail a boat of about 20 feet in length in light to moderate winds and sea conditions in familiar waters unsupervised.
Wednesday
24
Wednesday
24
Thursday
25
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Lecture. Please see Part 1 for Registration information.
Thursday
25
Saturday
27
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First on-water session and A-Mate Exam. See Part 1 for registration information.
Saturday
27
NPSC Clubhouse
9:00 AM
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Initial session of ASA-103, Basic Cruising, class taught onboard the Catalina 250s. Class will be taught over two consecutive weekends (Sat and Sun), rain or shine.
Sunday
28
NPSC Clubhouse
9:00 AM
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Second session of ASA 103. See first session (part 1) for details and registration.
Monday
29
Memorial Day
Tuesday
30
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For D-Skipper trainees. Covers maneuvering under power and docking the yawls.
Wednesday
31