The Colby Museum of Art will raffle six tickets (a $44.00 – $55.00 value) for a pair of lucky guests to participate in this two-day training. These tickets will be sponsored under the Colby Museum’s Let Art Inspire wellness initiative in that the themes of this course relates to the Colby Museum’s current exhibition; Hew Locke: Here’s the Thing. Be sure to attend the following programs to enter the raffle; Spring Open House (Thursday, February 20th), Lifeboat 1944 screening (Monday, March 2nd), Lifeboat 2018 screening (Monday, March 16th), and To Sir, with Love (Tuesday, April 14). Winners will be notified via email on April 1st. Guests are responsible for their own transportation to the Maine Maritime Museum.
This is the ideal course for those who enjoy boating but are not often at the helm. Boating problems and emergencies can occur, and you may find yourself suddenly in command. How can you get help? How can you get to shore? What can you do if boating mishaps arise? This course covers some essential boating information about what to do in these situations. Topics include pre-underway planning, developing situational awareness, understanding how boats handle, VHF radio introduction including how to get help in an emergency, Coast Guard required safety equipment and regulations, and accident assessment and reporting.
This course is taught by members of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
This class meets Monday, April 27, 2020, and Wednesday, April 29, 2020, from 6 – 8 pm. All required materials are included in the course fee.