The aim of this course is to teach you how to navigate safely while using the minimum of resources: methods that have been in use since the Middle Ages, and are still applied by the professionals. This course greatly extends on - for instance - the ASA and RYA courses and gives you the insight and feel of a seasoned navigator.
This is chapter 0: Use the moving anchor logo on the right of this page to navigate through the course.
Alternatively, click on the links below to study the chapters or download the complete navigation course as well as exercises and answers as PDF
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"Wonderful" material, I run a school in Canada and have never come across materials on the net like this. Do you
have a book or can we purchase a disk for training purposes?
Hi. A great site, your nav course is very well developed. I am an instructor of the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard.
What you have done is really good and I wait with baited breath to see how far you can take this.
Truly fantastic site. This navigation tutorial was stimulating. I want to throw my GPS overboard.
Excellent course. I can tell that you have taken a lot of time to develop this.
I know - I am responsible for the navigation course that is used by the USCG Auxiliary.