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    Default Safety at Sea Seminar

    Any body know when and where I might find one so I can race in the Ocean? I guess I'm not qualified...

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    Also one in Richmond 4/9 or 4/10 - I'd watch the Pacific Cup site too.

    If you can fit in one of the two-day hands-on seminars at SFYC (Tiburon) they are well worth it.

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    Super guys thanks. I'm going to try and get into the two days at SFYC March-13,14

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobJ View Post
    Also one in Richmond 4/9 or 4/10 - I'd watch the Pacific Cup site too.

    If you can fit in one of the two-day hands-on seminars at SFYC (Tiburon) they are well worth it.
    That one is not on the USSailing list, do you have info so I can post to our page?

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    No - it's not nailed down yet.

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    So people who live 3000 miles away have a new "hoop" to jump thru for the SHTP?

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    Harrier, I think your experience fits into the category of "or equivalent."

    [j] Proof of completion of an 8 hour Safety At Sea course within 5 years of the start date of race or equivalent.

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    The Safety At Sea classes are offered at various sites around the country.

    There are a bunch listed here:
    http://www.ussailing.org/education/s...inar-near-you/

    Admittedly, there aren't really that many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrier View Post
    So people who live 3000 miles away have a new "hoop" to jump thru for the SHTP?
    hahaha! Brian Boschma and I are trying to figure out where to hold the Aloha Luncheon for a reasonable cost. I sent him a copy of the San Francisco Yacht Club's luncheon menu, and suggested we limit the options for participants as a way to hold down the expense. He thought about it for one single minute, then asked, "Are you going to be the one to tell the General that he can have soup or salad, but not both? Because I'm sure not gonna do it." So there you have it. As far as I can tell, there are not many requirements for Harrier. You do have a life jacket, right?

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