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      PK00902-e: Great Lakes Weather Savvy Mariner Four-Webinar Series

      Four consecutive Tuesdays, February 25 through March 17, 2020
      by Mark Thornton
      Take advantage of this special package price to attend all four of our popular Great Lakes marine weather webinars for the price of three! If you register for the package after one or more live webinars have occurred, you'll receive links to view the earlier recordings plus links to view the upcoming live webinars.
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      WX00201-e: Great Lakes Marine Weather Basics

      Tuesday, February 25, 2020
      by Mark Thornton
      WX00201-e, Marine Weather Basics, is the first of a series of four marine weather classes tailored for Great Lakes cruising boaters and offered for either individual or specially priced package registration.
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      PK00901-e: Special Lake Superior Package

      by Fred Bagley
      Get all 5 of this year's Lake Superior webinars at a special discount price! You will receive links to recordings of past webinars and links to view all upcoming live webinars in the series.
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      CG00103-e: Cruising Lake Superior's Canadian Shores

      Thursday, February 27, 2020
      by Fred Bagley
      Many Lake Superior cruisers rate this area the "best of the best." Wilderness, solitude, protected anchorages, hiking trails ... the east and north shore have it all!
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      PK00905-e: Marine Diesel Maintenance Package

      Presented live on February 20, March 5 and March 12
      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 ...
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      MX00002-e: I've Got The Diesel Fuel Blues

      Thursday, March 5, 2020
      by Jim Zima
      Ever had that sinking feeling when your diesel starts to labor, sputter, and finally dies? In the second of his three GLCC School diesel maintenance webinars Jim Zima, owner of Great Lakes Diesel in Huron, Ohio, will lead you through a thorough and detailed look at how to prevent diesel fuel issues and what to do when they occur. From his classes at the GLCC School to his classes at the Annapolis Cruisers University, Jim Zima shows us that he is not only a master mechanic but a great teacher. Join Jim for this outstanding webinar.
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      WX00203-e: Weather Makers ... Forecasting High & Low Pressure Systems

      Tuesday March 10, 2020
      by Mark Thornton
      A good understanding of weather and weather forecasting rests on a working knowledge of pressure systems and how they interact. This third session in GLCCSchool's four-part series of Great Lakes marine weather classes provides the understanding and tools you'll need to better interpret weather forecasts and how they might affect your own boating plans..
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      MX00003-e: I'm Cool But My Diesel Is Hot!

      Thursday, March 12, 2020
      by Jim Zima
      An overheated engine is never good, and it always seems to happen at the worst time. 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 a thorough and detailed look at how to prevent diesel cooling system issues and what to do when they occur. From his classes at the GLCC School to his classes at the Annapolis Cruisers University, Jim Zima shows us that he is not only a master mechanic but a great teacher. Join Jim for this outstanding webinar.
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      WX00204-e: Thunderstorm Primer / Creating Your Own Marine Forecast

      Tuesday, March 17, 2020
      by Mark Thornton
      This final class in our series of four Great Lakes marine weather webinars explores in depth the most common severe weather phenomenon on the Great Lakes, Thunderstorms, and goes on to discuss how to start building your own marine weather forecasts.