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The Gulf Stream: A 19X Bermuda Race Navigator's Perspective & Medical Emergencies at Sea


A discussion of the navigational challenges of Gulf Stream and Florida Current sailing including a discussion on routing software.

Course Includes a 45 minute segment on Medical Emergencies at Sea presented by Dr. Kim Zeh. Medical Emergencies at Sea will discuss the many emergencies you may encounter, how to deal with them at sea, and how to properly prepare your Emergency Medical Kit.

W. Frank Bohlen, Instructor Kim Zeh, MD, Instructor

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The Gulf Stream: From a Navigator's Perspective - A 19 X Bermuda Race Participant & Medical Emergencies at Sea
#SRV-NAVGLFSTRM $225.00
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  • Course Overview
  • Topics Discussed
  • Certification
  • Course Materials
A fascinating presentation and lively discussion of the Navigational Challenges of the Gulf Stream and Florida Current Sailing with Dr. W. Frank Bohlen, a world class sailor and 19 times Bermuda Race participant. This course is a must for anyone making a passage to or racing to Bermuda. Lecture will be combined with hands-on exercises and selected read-ahead materials with full consideration of the effects of sensory overload on the life of the Navigator.
  • Stream Location and Structure
  • Governing Factors
  • Influence on local weather and sea state
  • Sources of information
  • Routing strategies and the role of computer models and routing software
  • Certification: Upon course completion you will receive a Landfall Navigation Marine Training Center certificate of completion in Navigating The Gulf Stream

    Notes: Handouts and guidance on read-ahead materials will be provided.