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Boaters Group

  

Activity Leaders

 
Leader E-Mail
Steve Spaziante
       
sfspaz@hotmail.com
 
   
Andy D'Angelo
     
dangeloa@yahoo.com

You must be a member of the Boaters Group to participate in Group activities, and you must be a member of the Newcomers Club or AGN to be a member of the Boaters Group.

If you are interested in joining the Boaters Group, or would like more information, please contact one of the activity leader(s).

Activities

The Boaters Group recently sponsored the US Coast Guards Auxiliary Course, Suddenly In Command Course at the New Bern Yacht Club on April 4th. The class was an overwhelming success with over 45 people in attendance. Bill Neilson of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary was the instructor and did an excellent job holding everyone's attention for the four hour class. Plenty of questions and entertaining discussions followed the presentation.

The course was boating safety primer which was geared toward spouses and others with little or no experience on what to do in the event of an emergency, where someone suddenly finds themselves in a situation of having to operate a boat. It also covered some local waters boating knowledge. The Boaters Group hopes to conduct similar classes in the future.

Suddenly In Command Course #4
Suddenly In Command Course #1 Suddenly In Command Course #3
Suddenly In Command Course #2 Suddenly In Command Course #5

Following the class we had a Pot Luck Diner, and in keeping with tradition it was truly a gourmet delight. Nobody went home hungry!




lunch at Apollo's Steakhouse Jon Olstad's Boat Jon Olstad's Boat


If you're new to the area or not yet a member of the Newcomers/AGN Boating Group and would be interested in joining, please contact:

Activity Leaders

 
E-Mail Telephone
Gary Todd (Alumni) 252-288-5502 home
  603-380-5438 mobile
Bill McHale (Alumni) 252-288-6549 home
  304-546-9216 mobile
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