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Not new to sailing since I have been charting in the Caribbean every year since 93 and now own my own boat.
Am looking to attend a school on chart reading/navigation.
Looking in the area of DE. PA. NJ. MD
Anyone out there know of any prefer during the week in the evenings.

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Check with the U.S. Power Squadron in those areas. Some of them have excellent courses on navigation and chart reading, depending on who is teaching the courses.
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Try the US Coast Guard Auxillary. You may find info for your area on their website. ( I am not sure of their address ) Usually, their classes are in the evenings.

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Check the Coast Guard Auxiliary''s Basic Coastal Navigation or Advanced Costal Navigation classes for those locations:

http://www.cgaux.org/cgauxweb/public/pubframe.htm
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