Instructors Jerry Dzugan and Nick Nickerson led participants in the Alaska Marine Education Association (AMSEA) boating safety course through a packed two days of learning and drills April 21-22 in Juneau. Among the more active sessions were mock use of fire extinguishers, working as teams to plug leaks that mysteriously sprung in a U.S. Coast Guard leak training trailer, and learning how to safely set off flares.
To promote the appreciation of sailing and foster a community and culture committed to advancing both sailing and sailing education in the Juneau area.
The SEAS Board would like to extend an opportunity for all members to participate in a recreational boating, cold water safety and survival course facilitated by the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association (AMSEA) on April 21-22. The weekend course will be held at the UAS Tech Center at 1415 Harbor Way in Juneau. SEAS highly recommends the
class for sailors participating in the Admiralty Island Rally, the Spirit of Admiralty, and other races.
Leg 1 (Saturday)
Starting in Favorite Channel at 9:30 a.m. between the Committee boat and the North light on Portland Island (an imaginary line bearing 195 magnetic to, and within ½ mile of the mark), proceed north, keeping Strauss Rock to starboard, into Saginaw Channel, rounding Pt. Retreat into Lynn Canal, finishing in Funter Bay on an imaginary line bearing 62 magnetic, and within a ½ mile of Clear Point.
Buoy races in the Juneau Harbor turning basin.
Leg 1 (Friday) - Starting at 9:30 a.m. between the Committee Boat ( the last satellite earth station at the end of the Rock Dump) and the Mayflower Island Day Mark, proceed south down Gastineau Channel, then south across Taku Inlet, into Stephens Passage passing Grand Island to either port or starboard (Skipper’s choice), finishing at the entrance to Taku Harbor on an imaginary line bearing 030 magnetic to, and within ½ mile of the Grave Point Day Mark. Boats will dock/anchor overnight in Taku Harbor.