(Includes Test Materials and Charts)

 Advanced Courses: Most Challenging

ASA 105 Coastal Navigation


A Two Part Course

Classroom: Four Days Total   

​Saturday-Sunday

​New Bern


Prerequisite: None


Gift

ASA 103 Basic Coastal Cruising


A Two Day: Live Aboard Course:

Thursday-Friday

​New Bern


Prerequisite:

ASA 101 / ASA 105 Part One


Part Two 

$525

Part One 

Since 2006

ASA 104 Bare Boat Cruising


A Three Day Live Aboard Course:

​Wednesday-Thursday-Friday

​New Bern


Prerequisite:

ASA 103 / ASA 105 Part One


(Includes Books and Navigation Tools)

General Description: Learn basic docking skills for sail boats with single inboard or outboard engines. Discover the basic theory and hands-on techniques needed to dock and undock sail boats in an efficient manner and without damage or injury​.


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Number of Students:
Max - 4
Min - 2

General Description: Learn to skipper a sloop-rigged auxiliary powered 25'-35' keel boat by day in moderate winds and sea conditions. Learn cruising sailboat terminology, basic boat systems, auxiliary engine operation, docking procedures, intermediate sail trim, navigation rules, basic coastal navigation, anchoring, weather, safety and seamanship.


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Number of Students:

Max - 4

Min - 2

​Certificates

$

ASA 103-104 Combo


A Four Day "Live Aboard" Course:

Tuesday thru Friday

​New Bern


Prerequisite:

ASA 101 / ASA 105 Part One


Carolina Mainsheet School of Sailing an Affiliate Member

​​NOT AVAILABLE at this TIME....

Basic Courses:  Most Popular

General Description: Learn to sail a 19' centerboard or multi-hull sailboat in light to moderate winds and sea conditions. Learn basic sailing terminology, sail trim, points of sail, crew responsibilities, seamanship and safety including capsize recovery and navigation rules to avoid collisions.


Meals and Drinks not included


A two day course offered:

Saturday - Sunday on Jordan Lake


Prerequisite: None


Number of Students:

Max - 4

Min - 2

General Description: Learn to skipper a 20' - 27' sloop-rigged keel boat by day, in light to moderate winds and sea conditions. Learn basic sailing terminology, parts and functions, helm commands, basic sail trim, points of sail, buoyage, seamanship and safety including basic navigation rules to avoid collisions and hazards.


A two day course offered:

Thursday-Friday in New Bern



​Prerequisite: ASA 110


Number of Students:

Max - 3

Min - 2

Gift

General Description: Learn how to sail a sloop-rigged, auxiliary powered 28'-45' sailboat during a multi-day cruise upon inland/coastal waters in moderate/heavy winds and sea conditions. Learn about provisioning, boat systems, auxiliary engines, advanced sail trim, coastal navigation, anchoring / mooring, docking, emergency operations, weather, and more.


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Number of Students:
Max - 4
Min - 2

General Description: Learn to skipper a 20' - 27' sloop-rigged keel boat by day, in light to moderate winds and sea conditions. Learn basic sailing terminology, parts and functions, helm commands, basic sail trim, points of sail, buoyage, seamanship and safety including basic navigation rules to avoid collisions and hazards.


A two day course offered:

Saturday-Sunday in New Bern



Prerequisite: ASA 110


Number of Students:

Max - 3

​Min - 2

ASA 118 Docking Endorsement


A One Day Course:

​Friday

​New Bern


Prerequisite: ASA 101, ASA 103


$395

$

General Description: Learn how to sail a sloop-rigged, auxiliary powered 30'-45' sailboat during a multi-day cruise upon inland/coastal waters in moderate/heavy winds and sea conditions. Learn about provisioning, boat systems, auxiliary engines, advanced sail trim, coastal navigation, anchoring / mooring, docking, emergency operations, weather, and more.


Number of Students:
Max - 4
Min - 2

​Certificates

Carolina Mainsheet School of Sailing - 2018 Courses

$

$525

General Description: Learn the navigational theory required to safely navigate a sailing vessel in coastal or inland waters. This is a theory course only, there is no sailing involved.  The student will demonstrate the navigational theory required to safely navigate a sailing vessel in coastal or inland waters. No sailing skills are included in this standard. The practical application of this sailing knowledge is found in ASA 106, Advanced Coastal Cruising standard. This course includes topics on compass corrections, chart reading, course plots, fixes and bearings, current and tide calculations, and navigation corrections for leeway and current. A great course for Power Boaters as well. 


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Number of Students:
Max - 6
Min - 2