Navigation 1 Class (Piloting) is scheduled to start on 25 May 2022 and will run for approx 10 weeks. Classes run from 7PM to 9PM. See Education menu for additional info.
Our speaker for the meeting was Dr. Ryan Wallace from Embry-Riddle University. He spoke about drones in general and addressed the application of Aerial Drone Technology to aid recreational boating.
Squadron XO and Asst. Sec Gregory and Christine Zahornacky are again inviting Squadron members to Morning Coffee alongside and aboard "Never Better." This is a great outing...it's informal, deck shoes only, bring your folding chair, and favorite coffee (or tea) mug. Place: Plaza Pier at Halifax Harbor Municipal Marina's Plaza Pier, Date: Saturday, 21 May'22, Time: 1000 - 1200. Please RSVP if you intend to attend! Ph Christine at 386-847-1094 by Thursday, 19 May'22.
There are New USCG Fire Extinguisher Regs for Recreational Boats. Go to: http://youtu.be/Mj0bFyfWV08 at America's Boating Club's Boating Channel.
America's Boating Club, Daytona Beach - General Elections and Change of Watch, Sunday, 20 March 2022 at Palmetto Club, 1000 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach Florida 32114. Program begins 1200: Social, 1PM: Meeting & Lunch, Lunch is $30 per with reservations and meal choice required NLT 12 March. Choices: Stuffed Chicken with Spinach & Artichokes, Beef Tips & Noodles, Salmon with Dill Sauce. For reservations and meal choice contact: Sharon Neitzey, 386-290-1242
Seven new grads from the ABC3 Boating Course qualified for their Safe Boater Education Certificate from FWC!!! Congrats to our class of 5 Feb'22, and a great way to advance your boating knowledge. Grads were a mix: young, matured, sail and power, experienced and new to it all. Class was full of energy and covered what you need to get started!
Boat Handling Class (6 to 8 weeks) starts up on Tuesday nights, 22 Feb. See Education for details.
10/2/'21 Added four new graduates from the America's Boating Course (ABC-3). Presented by America's Boating Club, Daytona Beach Sail & Power Squadron and hosted by Halifax River Yacht Club, this is the second class this year as we resume offering boating classes to the public.
Following is extracted from a Sept 3, FWC release:
The FWC recommends the following safe boating practices:
District 23 Bing's Landing Picnic was attended by nearly 40 people from Jacksonville to Coco Beach with Daytona Beach with the largest contingent. Catered by Captain's the food was good and the cruising from Bing's to Matanzas and Marineland Marina was great. Weather cooperated and a fine time was had by all hands.
2021 Annual Membership Dues: Singles $85 and Family Unit $127. First time members pay an additional national registration fee of $20. These figures include national, district and squadron membership dues. Membership to the organization comes with significant memberbenefits and discounts. For further info email: email@example.com
Join us and become a more knowledgeable and safer boater.