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Nautical Science (NAUT)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in RGL108; phone (213) 740-6842.
An experiential approach to the sailing ship and seafaring, introducing offshore sailing theory and techniques, navigation and basic oceanography as relevant to seamanship. a: Crew level. Not available for degree credit. Lecture and lab.
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An experiential approach to the sailing ship and seafaring, introducing offshore sailing theory and techniques, navigation, and basic oceanography as relevant to seamanship. Lecture and lab. B: Watch captain. Not available for degree credit.
- Prerequisite: NAUT 001A
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Responsibilities and operations commanding an offshore sailing vessel including sailing theory and advanced techniques, advanced navigation, ships engineering, and oceanography relevant to seamanship. (a) senior skipper; (b) advanced senior skipper. Not available for degree credit.
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