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post #11 of Old 05-24-2012
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Re: Traditional Navigation

A structured course is not a bad way to learn, Sail and Power squadrons have them as DR mentioned, I hear that they are very good. ASA has a course. If you learn from an instructor in a class, you will pick up tips and tricks, and form good habits.

If you prefer to study on your own. I happen to like Mike Pyzels book alot. I think he has a companion DVD with it now. ASA sells the set.

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