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Cruisers College Navionics Boating app seminar.

Learn How to Navigate the Fun Way Using the Navionics Boating App

with Linda Lewis

January 14, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. $45

Register here.

Using the Navionics Boating app makes it easy to learn and practice navigation at home, then carry your work onto the boat as a backup to your onboard electronics. We will do hands-on work in the seminar, learning how to:
  • Understand the meaning of the colors and symbols.
  • Plan a trip by entering and naming routes.
  • Find tide and current data, including how to use the data.
  • Adjust the app’s settings.
  • How (and why) to orient the screen, and more.
You can download a two-week free trial of the app just before the seminar. You can use the app during the seminar to ‘learn how to navigate’, then decide if you want to pay for and keep it. If so, we recommend you upgrade to the Navionics “US & CANADA” version of the app.
Register here.
Captain Linda Lewis has taught hundreds of mariners and is an expert navigator. She has created this seminar to teach navigation skills in a way that will make understanding and practicing navigation a pure pleasure. Attendees will receive a PowerPoint Show link after the seminar so they can view her tutorial slides online and continue practicing. Who knew such a critical boating skill could also be so much fun to learn!


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.

Northwest Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing & Technology in Anacortes, Washington.

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