Basic Coastal Cruising (BCC - ASA 103)
Schedule & Crew
This is a three-day, 9am to 5pm course, with three students and one instructor aboard.
The purpose of this course is to learn the fundamentals of coastal cruising
on a sailing yacht during daylight hours. Subjects include Rules
of the Road, required equipment, engines and troubleshooting, weather
observations, heavy weather, basic navigation, intensive boat docking
practice and instruction, and much more.
Students successfully completing this course can receive ASA 103 certification
and will have the skills necessary to independently skipper one of our
Silver Fleet boats.
Review the complete ASA course description with a knowledge and skills list.
What Boats are Used
In this class, you will sail Fleet 29 boats.
When You Complete this Course
After successfully completing and passing the Basic Coastal Cruising
course, you can reserve
the boats used during the class for sailing in your designated
You may also schedule checkouts for the other boats in this fleet.