High Latitude Course in Nova Scotia


Update May 1st, the course is full.

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Last year we presented a two day course for sailors who wish to expand their cruising to the high latitudes. The course, which we presented in Munich, was a huge success. Here are just a few of the unanimously glowing testimonials we received from those who attended:

Congratulations, you managed a convincing synthesis of theoretical and practical knowledge.

Lecture made from deep knowledge and most of all from experience.

Course was very well structured and John did a fantastic job communicating the various topics and keeping it exciting throughout with good interactivity with the group.

The key thing that made the course so popular is that we didn’t just PowerPoint ’em to death. Instead we used real scenarios from our and others’ experience to explore and improve the participants’ decision making in the high latitudes.

In fact, this course will make you a better decision maker while voyaging, whether or not you are bound for the high latitudes.

Don’t dilly dally, the course is filling fast. We pre-announced the course to members and those who had signed up as interested just two weeks ago and now there are only four places left.

Click Here to learn more and get the inside track on the next course.

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Meet the Author


John was born and brought up in Bermuda and started sailing as a child, racing locally and offshore before turning to cruising. He has sailed over 100,000 miles, most of it on his McCurdy & Rhodes 56, Morgan's Cloud, including eight ocean races to Bermuda, culminating in winning his class twice in the Newport Bermuda Race. He has skippered a series of voyages in the North Atlantic, the majority of which have been to the high latitudes. John has been helping others go voyaging by sharing his experience for twenty years, first in yachting magazines and, for the last 12 years, as co-editor/publisher of AAC.

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