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KTL complete and definitive on-line navigation course

Here it is

now you will have to concentrate really hard for a few minutes but at the end you will know everything you need to safely navigate a yacht anywhere in the World

after you have completed the course (watched the video) please email me for details of our gilded and embossed internationally recognised certificates of competence


if you feel there is anything missing from our course please feel free to email with your comments
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Re: KTL complete and definitive on-line navigation course

Good to see the traditional skills of the navigator are alive and well.

Really DW , we expect more of you. Heaving deck and horizontal sextant angles if you please.

(crikey ... glad I'm well out of range, he'd probably come round and beat me up.)
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Re: KTL complete and definitive on-line navigation course

So, do you call that the one finger navigation?
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Re: KTL complete and definitive on-line navigation course

Seems a bit like the landside voyage planning of some of the women in my life...similar to "go down the street that the elementary school is on til you come to the Starbucks then watch for the consignment shop on your right taking a turn at the next corner." Somehow they don't get lost and I am betting on you to make it safely as well.
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Re: KTL complete and definitive on-line navigation course

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..."go down the street that the elementary school is on...
I heard a comedian years ago: "Turn left where the old schoolhouse used to be."

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Re: KTL complete and definitive on-line navigation course

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So, do you call that the one finger navigation?
good idea

catchier name for the course

as a reward for your excessive cleverness

send me your bank details and I will transfer 30 per cent of all course profits to you
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