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Old 07-26-2014, 02:44 PM   #21
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I think they mean 9:00am starting time.

I would have thought it as 0900,but I believe you're right.About how long is the course?
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The CG Auxiliary Safe Boating course here in NJ is 8hrs long.
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The CG Auxiliary Safe Boating course here in NJ is 8hrs long.
Thanks.That's what I was thinking it was.
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I think they mean 9:00am starting time.
Yes, thats what it means. Its a full day long but some flotillas break it up into 2 hr segments during week nights.
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Yes, thats what it means. Its a full day long but some flotillas break it up into 2 hr segments during week nights.

That would work great.I'll check into it.
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Again thanks so much for the welcome. We just got back from one of the local marinas where we spent a few hours looking at some of the trawlers / cursers. We talked to as many people as we could and learned an awful lot.

I am learning that there is quite a big difference between a 40' 150hp trawler and what I am used to. 500' 118,000hp, 8,300 ton destroyer.

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