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SERPENTINE COURSE Develop relationships to fixed objects while maneuvering to port/starboard. Become familiar with the steering capabilities of the vessel. Become familiar with the steering and throttle coordination of the vessel. Learn how to prevent ventilation .

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SERPENTINE COURSE

Develop relationships to fixed objects while maneuvering to port/starboard.

Become familiar with the steering capabilities of the vessel.

Become familiar with the steering and throttle coordination of the vessel.

Learn how to prevent ventilation.

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TRANSITION to SLALOM MANEUVERING

Learn how the boat stern responds to short turns of the wheel at cruising speed

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PORT

STARBOARD

OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE MANEUVER

Operations to simulate evasive maneuvers necessary to avoid a fixed object at cruising speed.

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STAR PATTERN MANEUVERING

  • Skills necessary to maneuver a boat in tight quarters.
  • Boats enter between buoys 1 and 2, forward between buoys 3 and 4, reverse between buoys 1 and 5, forward between buoys 2 and 3, reverse between buoys 4 and 5, then forward & out of the pattern between buoys 1 and 2. On any maneuver, the boat’s centerline should not drift past the buoys. Consider wind and current before entering
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