Classes Offered By ASPS
America’s Boating Course (ABC)
America’s Boating Course is our basic boater safety program and is offered in two formats–an intensive all day class, or on consecutive Monday nights. Following the final section, the closed-book exam, required for NASBLA certification will be offered. For more details, dates, locations and to sign up, visit our pages for Lake Lanier classes or Lake Allatoona classes, or email email@example.com.
Advanced Boating Courses
When: Monday evenings 7:00 – 9:00 pm, starting September 9, 2013
Location: Heiskell School, 3260 Northside Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Weather ($66 Member | $110 Nonmember)
Awareness of weather phenomena, how to read the weather map and the sky, and understand and anticipate weather developments for more pleasurable boating are the objectives of this course. Learn More/Sign Up
Advanced Piloting ($57 Member | $95 Nonmember)
Advanced Piloting builds on the knowledge gained in Piloting to teach how to navigate safely in coastal waters — predict tides and tidal currents and their impact on boat position, advanced positioning techniques, and the use of electronic navigation systems for positioning and course planning. AP includes an extensive exercise in plotting and labeling (“The 1210 Cruise”) to hone your skills and build your confidence. Learn More/Sign Up
Cruise Planning ($68 Member | $113 Nonmember)
This course is preparation for a cruise, whether the cruise is for a day, a week, a month, or longer. Whether you are going to cruise on rivers, lakes, the coasts, or across the oceans, very valuable information is provided by those who have been there. Learn More/Sign Up
To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or submit the form on the course detail pages.