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1 ASA 101: Basic Sailing Curriculum This course will teach you to sail a sailboat in moderate winds and sea conditions as both skipper and crew. Pre-study is vital to the success of your course. There will be two tests for this course, one performance and one written. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a San Juan Sailing Basic Sailing certificate. The textbook used for your course is Sailing Made Easy, by the American Sailing Association. The Annapolis Book of Seamanship is an excellent book for your sailing library and can help you in your preparation for this course. Please study the material outlined below so that you will be prepared at the time of your course and will be able to concentrate on the principles taught by the instructor. Listed below are the standards that are set by the American Sailing Association that you will master upon successful completion of the course. Prerequisites: None Description: Demonstrated ability to skipper a sloop-rigged keelboat of approximately 20 to 27 feet in length by day in light to moderate winds and sea conditions. Knowledge of 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. Auxiliary power operation is not required. KNOWLEDGE 1. Describe and identify the following sailboat parts and their functions: Hull Rudder Winch Deck Standing Rigging Cleat Transom Shroud Fender Keel Spreader Docklines Mast Chainplate Block Boom Headstay / Forestay Fairlead Gooseneck Backstay Cockpit Bow Stanchion Cabin Stern Lifeline Helm / Tiller /Wheel Pulpit 2. Identify and describe the functions of the following sails, sail parts and sail controls: Mainsail Batten Pocket Cunningham Jib / Genoa Bolt Rope Traveler Tack Running Rigging Hank Head Halyard Boom Topping Lift Clew Mainsheet Telltale Luff Jibsheets Roller Furler Foot Boom Vang Shackle Leech Outhaul

2 Batten Downhaul 3. Define the following terms: Port Draft Ahead Starboard Freeboard Astern Forward Skipper Abeam Aft Helmsman Windward Beam Crew Leeward Heel Weather helm 4. Explain and identify using diagrams the following maneuvers, points of sail, and other terms: No-Sail Zone Closed Hauled Sailing-by-the-Lee In Irons Close Reach Stand-on Luffing Beam Reach Give-way Head-to-Wind Broad Reach Tacking Port Tack Run Jibing Starboard Tack 5. Explain and utilize correctly the following helm commands and crew responses: Heading Up Bearing Away Ready About Ready Helms a-lee (or Coming About or Tacking ) Prepare to Jibe Ready Jibe-Ho (or Jibing ) 6. Apply Rule 5 (Look-out) from the publication Navigation Rules, International - Inland. For items 7 through 12, describe and use diagrams to apply the Navigation Rules. Identify the stand-on and give-way vessel in each situation. 7. Sailing vessels with the wind on different sides (starboard / port), Rule 12(a)(i) 8. Sailing vessels with the wind on same side (leeward / windward), Rule 12(a)(ii) 9. Sailing vessel on port tack cannot determine windward sailing vessel s tack, Rule 12(a)(iii) 10. Overtaking (Rule 13) 11. Power-driven vessels approaching each other head-on (Rule 14) 12. Power-driven vessel with another power-driven vessel on starboard side (Rule 15) 13. Describe appropriate actions to be taken when sailing in the vicinity of commercial traffic, including responding to a danger signal. 14. List the federally required equipment for a recreational sailboat of 25-feet in length. 15. Identify the location and color of navigation lights used by a recreational vessel of 25-feet in length. 16. Describe the purpose of a Float Plan, give examples of information contained therein and to whom it should be submitted. 17. Identify and state the purpose of lateral aids to navigation by color, shape & numbering, including preferred channel markers. 18. Identify safe water, information and regulatory markers. 19. Describe when and to whom boating accidents must be reported. 20. State the federal Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) limit for vessel operation.

3 SKILLS Describe the purpose of, and construct without assistance in a timely manner, each of the following knots and hitches: 21. Figure-8 Knot 22. Square (Reef) Knot 23. Clove Hitch 24. Round Turn & 2 Half Hitches 25. Cleat Hitch 26. Bowline 27. Demonstrate the proper use of a lifejacket or personal flotation device (PFD). Rig/hoist/set sails safely and correctly to obtain proper sail trim using the following lines and controls, if available on the practice vessel 28. Halyards and/or furling devices 29. Downhaul or Cunningham 30. Outhaul 31. Boom Vang 32. Mainsheet 33. Jib sheets 34. Winches 35. Traveler 36. Lower/furl/stow sails and coil/flake/stow lines properly Without coaching or assistance from the instructor, verbalize appropriate commands and demonstrate competence, safety and good seamanship in the role of Skipper / Helmsman during the maneuvers listed in items Honor all aids to navigation and use properly the basic Navigation Rules. Ensure sails are trimmed correctly and the vessel is in control at all times. 37. Depart dock or mooring fully ready to get underway safely 38. Select and maintain a given tack and course 39. Demonstrate how to get out of irons 40. Head Up 41. Bear Away 42. Sail Close Hauled 43. Sail on a Close Reach 44. Sail on a Beam Reach 45. Sail on a Broad Reach 46. Sail on a Run 47. Tack 48. Jibe 49. Return to dock or mooring 50. Secure vessel, using appropriate mooring/dock lines, fenders, etc. 51. As crew, give appropriate verbal responses and perform correct actions during the maneuvers listed in items 37 through Describe and demonstrate the correct actions to be taken while under sail from the time a person falls overboard until safely recovered.

4 ASA 103: Basic Coastal Cruising Curriculum This course will teach you to cruise a sailboat in moderate winds and sea conditions as both skipper and crew. Review all aspects of level one of instruction, ASA 101/Basic Sailing. Pre-study is vital to the success of your course. There will be two tests for this course, one performance and one written. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a San Juan Sailing Basic Coastal Cruising certificate The textbook used for your course is Coastal Cruising Made Easy by the American Sailing Association. The Annapolis Book of Seamanship is an excellent book for your sailing library and can help you in your preparation for this course. Please study the material outlined below so that you will be prepared at the time of your course and will be able to concentrate on the principles taught by the instructor. Listed below are the standards that are set by the American Sailing Association that you will master upon successful completion of the course. Prerequisites: Basic Sailing (ASA 101) certification. ASA103 certification requires demonstration of ASA101 knowledge and skills standards. Description: Demonstrated ability to skipper a sloop-rigged auxiliary powered (inboard or outboard engine) keelboat of approximately 25 to 35 feet in length by day in moderate winds (up to 20 knots) and sea conditions. Knowledge of cruising sailboat terminology, basic boat systems, auxiliary engine operation, docking procedures, intermediate sail trim, navigation rules, basic coastal navigation, anchoring, weather interpretation, safety and seamanship. KNOWLEDGE 1. Identify and describe the following cruising sailboat parts, areas, or systems and their functions: Stemhead Fitting Turnbuckle Chainplate Rudder Post Transom Self-bailing Cockpit Compass Binnacle Cockpit Locker Emergency Tiller Companionway Saloon Galley V-berth Auxiliary Engine Bilge Bilge Pump Through-hull Fitting Seacock Ground Tackle Windlass

5 2. List the federally required equipment for a 33-foot recreational vessel equipped with an inboard diesel engine. 3. Describe the different types of Personal Flotation Devices (PFD, or Life Jackets), their characteristics and benefits. 4. List the ASA recommended safety equipment for a recreational sailing vessel. 5. Describe ways to keep gear and equipment secure and in their proper location. 6. Describe the purpose and proper use of a safety harness and tether. 7. Describe the main responsibilities of the skipper and crew. 8. Demonstrate understanding of basic coastal navigation terminology and practices, including essential navigator s tools, use of navigation charts and symbols, depth soundings, bottom types, hazards, aids to navigation, latitude / longitude, determining magnetic direction, and measuring distance. 9. Describe and apply the following Navigation Rules to avoid collisions: proceeding at a safe speed (Rule 6), determination of collision risk (Rule 7), and taking early and substantial action to avoid collision (Rule 8). 10. Describe and apply the Navigation Rules for sailing vessels (Rule 12), overtaking (Rule 13), and power-driven vessels in head-on (Rule 14) and crossing (Rule 15) situations. 11. Describe actions to be taken by Give-way and Stand-on vessels (Rules 16 & 17). 12. Describe the location, color and illumination angles of required navigation lights on a 33-foot recreational vessel at anchor, under sail, and under power. 13. Describe actions to be taken when operating a vessel in restricted visibility such as fog or haze including adaptation of speed and use of sound signals. 14. Describe the meaning of basic maneuvering and warning signals (short and prolonged whistle blasts) for inland waters. 15. Describe two methods for getting a person out of the water and safely back on board the vessel. 16. Describe the three stages of hypothermia; name symptoms and treatment for each. 17. Describe how to prevent undue magnetic influence on a compass. 18. Identify common sources and prevention of fires and/or explosions, as well as appropriate actions to be taken if these situations arise. Describe different types of fires and procedures for operating a fire extinguisher. 19. Describe safe refueling procedures for a vessel equipped with an outboard engine using gasoline or a diesel engine using diesel fuel. 20. Describe the appearance and purpose of the Diver Down and Alpha flags. 21. Describe the dangers of, and how to avoid, a Lee Shore. 22. Describe the benefits of, and procedures for, heaving-to.

6 23. Describe the appropriate sail combinations to carry under the following wind conditions: light (0-11 knots), moderate (12-19 knots), and heavy (20-33 knots). 24. Describe the procedures for reducing sail using a roller furling jib and a mainsail slab reefing system. 25. Describe common anchor types, major considerations for anchorage selection, and proper scope for short term and overnight anchoring as well as storm conditions. 26. Describe immediate actions to be taken when the following urgent situations arise: cabin filling with water, failed steering system, fouled propeller, failed running or standing rigging, dragging anchor, engine failure, running aground under sail, grounding at anchor. 27. Obtain and interpret marine weather information; describe the impact that present observations and forecasts may have on sailing plans for the next 6-12 hours. 28. Describe and identify Cumulonimbus clouds and what dangers they may signify. 29. Define small craft advisory and gale warning and describe precautions to be taken for each. SKILLS 30. Describe the purpose of, and construct without assistance and in a timely manner, each of the following knots: Figure-8, Square (Reef) Knot, Clove Hitch, Round Turn & 2 Half Hitches, Cleat Hitch, Bowline, Sheet Bend, and Rolling Hitch. 31. Locate and examine for compliance the vessel s federally required and ASA recommended safety equipment. 32. Demonstrate on shore or aboard the vessel the correct method for putting on a life jacket while in the water. 33. Demonstrate correct winch operation, including safety considerations for line tension / breakage, hand / finger position, winch handle insertion / removal, and clearing overrides. 34. Identify the vessel s battery selector switch and power distribution panel and ensure all switches are in the proper position for getting underway. 35. Ensure navigation lights (sidelights, stern light, steaming light, and anchor light) operate properly. 36. Perform a radio check using a working channel on the VHF radio. 37. Visually inspect the auxiliary engine and demonstrate safe engine starting, operating, and stopping procedures. Demonstrate proper gearshift and throttle usage. 38. Ensure vessel & crew readiness and depart dock or slip smoothly and under control. 39. Visually pilot the practice vessel in and out of a harbor, correlating nautical chart symbols to actual landmarks and aids to navigation.

7 40. Steer a compass course (+/- 5 degrees) under power for a minimum of five minutes. 41. Approach a mooring buoy (or other mark as a simulation if no mooring available); stop the vessel within boathook reach; attach the vessel to the mooring using an appropriate line or bridle; cast off from the mooring and get underway. 42. Set a bow anchor in water depth 8 feet or greater, using correct procedures including hand signal communication, vessel maneuvers, safety in handling ground tackle, and proper operation of windlass (if equipped). Anchor should hold with engine in reverse gear at one-half throttle. Raise anchor and get underway smoothly using correct procedures. 43. Describe and demonstrate the correct actions to be taken while under power from the time a person falls overboard until safely recovered. 44. Hoist or unfurl sails correctly using halyards and / or furling devices. Describe the effect on sail trim or performance while adjusting each of the following lines and controls (if available on the practice vessel): Downhaul or Cunningham, Outhaul, Boom Vang, Mainsheet, Traveler, Jib sheets, Jib sheet fairleads. Discuss ways to reduce heeling. Without coaching or assistance from the instructor, verbalize appropriate commands and demonstrate competence, safety and good seamanship in the role of Skipper / Helmsman during the maneuvers listed below. Honor all aids to navigation and use properly the Navigation Rules. Ensure sails are trimmed correctly and the vessel is in control at all times. Adjust sail controls appropriately as the vessel s heading changes and wind / sea conditions evolve. 45. Get out of irons then select and maintain a given tack and course. 46. Head Up, Tack, Bear Away, and Jibe while pausing briefly at each of the following points of sail: Close Hauled, Close Reach, Beam Reach, Broad Reach, and Run (with sails wing n wing ). 47. Heave-to and get sailing normally again. 48. While underway, reduce sail area by reefing mainsail and genoa; shake out reef and resume course. 49. As crew, give appropriate verbal responses and perform correct actions during the maneuvers listed above. 50. Describe and demonstrate the correct actions to be taken while under sail from the time a person falls overboard until safely recovered. 51. Lower and/or furl all sails and coil or flake and stow all lines properly. 52. Ensure vessel / crew readiness and use the auxiliary engine to bring the vessel smoothly and under control to a stop next to a parallel dock or into a slip; secure the vessel using appropriate.

8 ASA 104: Bareboat Charter Certification Curriculum This course will teach you to bareboat charter up to a 40 sailboat for a multi-day cruise. Review all aspects of the previous two levels of instruction, Basic Sailing and Basic Coastal Cruising. Pre-study is vital to the success of your course. There will be two tests for this course, one performance and one written. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a San Juan Sailing Bareboat Chartering certificate. The textbook used for your course is Bareboat Cruising Made Easy by the American Sailing Association. It is also helpful to review the first two texts, Sailing Made Easy from ASA 101/Basic Sailing and Coastal Cruising Made Easy from ASA 103/Basic Coastal Cruising. All three texts are approved by the American Sailing Association. The Annapolis Book of Seamanship is an excellent book for your sailing library and can also help you in your studying for this course. Listed below are standards that are set by the American Sailing Association that you will master upon successful completion of the course. KNOWLEDGE Planning State and discuss the following: The fuel tank capacity and powering range of the candidate s boat Factors which affect the range under power The boat s water capacity and crew s minimum daily water requirements The causes, prevention and treatments for seasickness The appropriate clothing for sailing (comfort and safety) Menu planning and provisioning and suitability to the day s activities The minimum contents of a first aid kit for a one-week cruise The spare engine parts of a one-week cruise The documents and procedures required to cross international borders and how to determine the above for any cruising location Living Afloat Discuss galley procedures that minimize the danger of fire, scalding or other galley accidents Use common cooking systems (stoves and fuel) Weather

9 Describe the sea breeze and land breeze effect Identify conditions which cause fog Seamanship Describe the use of a radar reflector Describe and discuss what to do when (under power): The engine cooling water fails to flow The engine fails in a crowded anchorage where safe sailing is impossible The engine fails in a busy channel Describe two methods of getting a man overboard back on board Describe the information required and the procedure for tying a boat to a fixed dock in areas with a large tidal range State the factors to be considered before allowing anyone to go swimming while at anchor, dock or shore Describe the use of an anchor to hold a boat off a windward dock when abreast of that dock Describe methods of rafting at anchor and potential dangers Describe the actions taken to prevent the dinghy from bumping the boat in the night Describe the proper operating procedures for the marine head and list precautions that prevent malfunctions Describe the following common courtesies and customs for yachtsman: Permission to board Permission to come alongside Courtesy in crossing adjacent boats when rafted Rights of first boat at an anchorage Keeping clear of boats racing Flag etiquette: national flag, courtesy flag, burgee/house flag Offering assistance to other yachtsmen in trouble SKILLS Perform routine daily and weekly maintenance procedures on an engine Locate and check condition of all USCG required equipment aboard Maneuver the boat under power in a confined space Stop the bow of the boat within four feet of a fixed marker in various conditions while under power (pick up a mooring buoy) Dock stern or bow to dock or shore using bow or stern anchor Apply 72 COLREGS (Navigation Rules), rule 1-19 Demonstrate basic use of the VHF Check that all systems and equipment on the boat are in working order: engine, electrical system, stove, electronics, sails, hull, deck hardware, ground tackle, and through-hulls and demonstrate knowledge of safety relating to them

10 Demonstrate the proper operation of a marine stove and the proper way to extinguish a fire Demonstrate suitable methods and precautions while towing a dinghy Sail a compass course with sails set properly while reaching and running Demonstrate two different ways to returning to a man overboard in moderate winds Plot a course and determine compass heading a E.T.A. Read a nautical chart and identify corresponding landmarks and aids to navigation Take a fix using visual bearings Determine the depth above or below chart datum using tide tables Plot a boat into an unfamiliar harbor or anchorage by day using a nautical chart and tidal information Obtain and interpret the marine forecast Set and retrieve two anchors set in a Bahamian mooring (fore and aft) Knots Tie a rolling hitch and a trucker s hitch

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