The Spring/Summer 2018 issue of our newsletter has just been published with pictures from our recent Change of Watch dinner plus much more.
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The Winter/Spring 2018 newsletter has just been published with a lot of pictures.
Click here to read it and be sure to mark your calendar for our upcoming events and Full Schedule of Courses for 2018.
Once you have your safe boating certificate, you must leave port and return safely! This course covers the basics of traditional and GPS navigation techniques so the student will be able to find his/her way:
- Charts and their interpretation
- Understand beacons and buoys
- Plotting courses and determining direction and distance
- Pre-planning safe courses and entering routes and waypoints into a GPS
- Monitoring progress and determining position by both GPS and traditional techniques such as bearings and dead reckoning
8 Tuesdays at the Greenwich Police Headquarters. 11 Bruce Place, Greenwich
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Presented by Lt/C Bob Reilly AP from Mid-Hudson Squadron
In 2016 Disney produced “The Finest Hours”, the true story of the U.S. Coast Guard’s most daring sea rescue.
This presentation delves into the reasons that caused two ships to split apart within hours of each other on that date. The mid-latitude cyclone, the new design, and construction method, and the inexperienced builders all contribute to the accidents. Also covered are the four rescue attempts (3 at least somewhat successful) where 36-foot motorized lifeboats tackle 70-foot seas, and blinding snow & rain to find the four boat sections and save over 72 of 84 sailors.
Wednesday, November 15 at 7:30 pm.
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All USPS and GBYC members and friends are invited to this extraordinary presentation – with our usual light refreshments