Our next class will be held October 15th – 16th. Please follow this link to view the workshop’s flyer.
Registration will open on July 5th. Please e-mail Katie to register, or with any other questions.
Attendance will be limited to 26 students.
Attendees may drive to the event, however, dockage will be provided free of charge Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings for those arriving by sea. Mark your calendars, and stay tuned for more details and registration information. I look forward to seeing you there.
Morning sessions on Saturday and Sunday will be led by Steve D’Antonio, and assisted by Keith Ruse. These will include critical systems, electrical, propulsion, steering and plumbing, as well as advanced electrical troubleshooting, multi-meter use, tool selection, engine troubleshooting, fuel system service and filter replacement, impeller and belt service. Morning workshop session props will include electrical and fuel system mock-ups, a wide variety of tools, and an operating diesel engine.
Two afternoon sessions will be offered each day, taught by Jeff Merrill and Ralph Naranjo. These include “Storm Avoidance”, “Electronic Navigation”, “Dialing in your Trawler”, and “Standing Watch”. Please follow this link for more details. Attendees who arrive by boat will also have the option of signing up for one-on-one engine room review sessions. I, along with my Trawler and Motor Vessel Training team, look forward to seeing you there – Steve D’Antonio
Fees: $895/couple, $495/individual. This includes breakfast, lunch and evening review session/and cocktail party, as well as the aforementioned dockage.
To learn more about Deltaville Boat Yard, the power cruising specialists, click here.
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Pre-Trawler and Motor Vessel Technical Training Workshop Hydraulics Seminar
This day-long session, which will take place on Friday October 14, offers attendees an opportunity to learn about onboard hydraulic systems, including stabilizers, hydraulic and electric thrusters, and windlasses, as well as overall hydraulic function, design, service, repair, recommended spare parts and troubleshooting. Taught by ABT TRAC lead education instructor Eric Folkestad, this seminar is offered at no extra charge to Trawler and Technical Training Workshop attendees. For a full seminar outline, visit Hydraulics Seminar.