Presentations in 2019

As 2018 draws to a close and we get ready for the year ahead, I would like to request suggestions for presentations at membership meetings. In the past we have head presentations such as “How (not) to lose a dinghy”, “Understanding Marine Weather”, “Cruising in the Caribbean”, “All About Anchoring”, “Identifying and Reporting Cetacean Sightings”, “Situational Awareness”, and “New DFO Marine Mammal Regulations”. If you have any suggestions concerning a possible presentation, or would like to give a presentation, please feel free to email me directly, nolte@shaw.ca

Happy New Year to all!

Fred

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Ana Ristic
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Hi Fred, Happy New Year to you and all members of Barnet coop! I would suggest having a presentation about sailing destinations around the world. My good friend and sailing instructor Marla Hedman organizes bare boat charters in Croatia, Turkey, BVI, Sardinia, and many other world destinations. I can contact her and ask to do the presentation for our members about past cruises, typical costs of bare boat charters and logistics. She has plenty of pics from past cruises. Another suggestion. I could do a slide show and talk about my Turkey and Croatia cruises that I did with the… Read more »

Stephen Culhane
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Hi Fred, my partner, Tamiko, and I are very involved in First Nation’s issues and reconciliation. One important thing is to recognize our passion for the waters of the Salish Sea, the spectacular wilderness and outdoors we sail through, and the peoples who have been stewards of these places for thousands of years. If anyone is interested, I would be more than willing to do a presentation on Squamish language, as their territory encompasses Howe Sound, Indian Arm (Tsiel-Waututh speak this language), and the water areas north of the Fraser in Greater Vancouver. This would include a few basic elements… Read more »

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