Electrical Systems InvestigationsElectrical Systems Investigations for the Beginner

with Jen Haaland

Dec. 9, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. $45

Register here.

Cruisers college will help you better understand your vessel’s electrical systems. There is plenty of information every boat owner should know about these critical systems, whether they are doing routine inspections, battery monitoring, or simply trying to understand the system on your boat and “Keep it Alive.”

A sample list of topics covered:

  • How an electrical system works
  • How to monitor electrical systems
  • Early warning signs of trouble
  • Learn proper use and safety while using a multimeter
  • Proper tools & basic wiring
  • Learn how to make connections and do emergency repairs

Register here.

About Jen

Jen received her marine training from the Skagit Valley College Marine Maintenance Technology program and holds ABYC certifications in Marine Electrical, Corrosion, Gasoline, and Diesel Engines. She specializes in AC and DC electrical troubleshooting and has a passion for labeling. Jen currently works for NW Explorations in Bellingham, WA as a lead technician.

In addition to being an ABYC Master Technician, Jen has a BA in Fine Arts from Seattle University. She enjoys spending her free time sailing and power boating around the San Juan islands.


All seminars are held at the NW Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing & Technology in Anacortes.

Address: 1606 R Ave. Anacortes, WA 98221

Take the R Avenue exit off of Highway 20. Proceed North for about 1 mile. The MTC will be on your right, noted by the stainless steel sculpture of two joggers (across from The Market grocery store). Make the next right on Seafarers Way, then the next right into the parking lot for the MTC. There are restaurants and motels nearby.

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