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GLCCSchool is Back!

dancline - November 2, 2017

GLCCSchool is excited to announce that it is back with another season of great webinars! The 2017-2018 school year includes a number of new webinars, as well as updated versions of past favorites. Webinars now open for registration include Introduction to Cruising the Great Lakes (11/16/17); Navigating Locks (11/21/17); Happy Hooking - The Art of Anchoring (12/2/17); Sharing the Helm (12/4/17); Introduction to Marine Radar (12/6/17); and AIS-B: Why All the Fuss? (12/14/17). Click here for more information on these webinars. Be sure to check back here and on the GLCCSchool web site for information on new offerings, and remember: if you can't attend a live webinar, your tuition purchases the right to view the recording.

 

 

 

 

Port Captain Introductions: Paul Strub

Cindy - November 8, 2017

Newly appointed Port Captain for Wye Heritage Marina, Ont. (GB-22.4), Paul Strub is quite the explorer. Let's give him a warm welcome and if you stop by; be sure to give him a holler. Here's a little insight of his "learning the ropes"... 
     I was introduced to the cruising lifestyle around the age of ten while watching an episode of PowerBoat Television. They did a feature on Killarney and the North Channel. After watching the episode, I knew I had to eventually have a boat.
     Finally, in 2007 I got my first pocket cruiser, a 23-foot Cooper Yachts Prowler. I kept this boat four seasons as I learned the ins and outs of boating. Click here for further reading.

Port Captain Introductions: Lynn Dupuy

Cindy - October 5, 2017

Let's welcome Lynn Dupuy with a hearty "ahoy!"  He is our newly appointed Port Captain for East Harbor, Ohio (E-167). Here's what he says about his boating experiences: I have been around boats and water as long as I can remember. I began by running around with my cousins in the swamps of Louisiana in a 10-foot johnboat. In high school I taught swimming, diving and canoeing classes for the YMCA. Fortunately, I married someone who enjoys boating as much as I do. Our first boat after we got married was a homemade dinghy that accommodated one person comfortably and two people uncomfortably. Please click here for more reading.

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