Open Classes

    • CG00311-b: North Channel Ports

      Wednesday, March 29, 2017
      by Roy Eaton
      Cruising the Canadian North Channel of Lake Huron puts you in one of the top ten cruising destinations in the world. AND this webinar is PRE-Discounted so everyone, even non-members, can enjoy and benefit from the experience and local knowledge shared.
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      SK00120-b: Safety on the Inland Seas

      Tuesday, April 4, 2017 (Part 1) and Thursday, April 6, 2017 (Part 2)
      by Sheila McCurdy and Ron Trossbach
      Join Cruising Club of America, US SAILING, and Safety at Sea Seminar moderators and trainers Ron Trossbach and Sheila McCurdy as they bring their combined thousands of sea miles of experience to this critically important topic for every skipper and crew.
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      PK00905-a: Marine Diesel Maintenance Package

      Next Live Webinar in the Package: Tuesday April 11, 2017
      by Jim Zima
      Anyone cruising beyond their immediate home harbor will find this special Jim Zima three-session Diesel Maintenance Webinar Package invaluable. And with Jim's clear, step by step instructions you'll quickly realize that these basic diesel engine maintenance steps are far from rocket science ... they're well within the capabilities of virtually every cruising boater.
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      MX00003b: I'm Cool But My Diesel Is Hot!

      Tuesday, April 11, 2017
      by Jim Zima
      An overheated engine is never good, and it always seems to happen at the worst of times. In the third of his three GLCC School diesel maintenance webinars Jim Zima, owner of Great Lakes Diesel in Huron ,Ohio, will lead you through how to prevent diesel cooling system issues and what to do when they occur.
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      CG00510-b: Cruising Guide to Lake Ontario's Bay of Quinte and Thousand Islands

      This New Webinar Will Be Offered Live on Thursday, April 13, 2017
      by Eric Sunstrum
      Stretching from Lake Ontario's Murray Canal in the west to the City of Brockville Ontario on the St. Lawrence River in the east, the Bay of Quinte and 1000 Islands areas offer some of the finest cruising on the Great Lakes.