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by John Robinson, |
Subject: Medical
A diabetic emergency managed.
by Ernie Godshalk, |
Subject: Navigation and Piloting, Seamanship and Awareness
“From the CCA School of Hard Rocks
by Charles L Starke MD , |
Subject: Culture of Safety, Overboard
"Things can go from benign to potentially deadly in seconds, even to very experienced and competent sailors."
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Subject: Preparation of Boat and Crew
Disuse creates dysfunction “From the CCA School of Hard Rocks
by Sally Honey, |
Subject: Preparation of Boat and Crew
CCA Safety Moment, Sally Honey, 12 January 2022
by Chuck Hawley, |
Subject: Culture of Safety, Seamanship and Awareness
CCA Safety Moment for January 2022
by Ralph Naranjo, |
Subject: Heavy Weather, Overboard
Author: Ralph Naranjo Publication: Practical Sailor, July 2021 Ralph Naranjo is a member of the Cruising Club of America and its Safety & Seamanship Committee. He is a former Vanderstar Chair at the US Naval Academy and author of THE ART OF…
by David Tunick, |
Subject: Overboard, Rendering Assistance
A Different Kind of Man Overboard “From the CCA School of Hard Rocks ...lessons learned in pursuit of the Art of Seamanship” By David Tunick
by William Strassberg, MD, |
Subject: Good Practices Underway, Onboard Routines
 
by Chuck Hawley, |
Subject: Culture of Safety
by Chuck Hawley, |
Subject: Culture of Safety
by Mark Roye, |
Subject: Culture of Safety, Preparation of Boat and Crew, Safety Gear, Boat, Safety Gear, Personal, Good Practices Underway
With tens of thousands of miles sailed (and working) in the cold-water latitudes, CCA Member Mark Roye has learned a thing or two about staying safe and surviving where the water is cold, sometimes almost freezing. From maintaining safety-oriented…
by Charles L Starke MD , |
Subject: Communications
(video demonstration at the end)
by Charles L Starke MD , |
Subject: Preparation of Boat and Crew
Our boat sat unused last year because of Covid, and I scheduled a two day in depth inspection last week to look at the boat, and safety issues.  Issues found were extremely surprising and have led to improvements in boat safety.        We have a…
by Charles L Starke MD , |
Subject: Communications
Since the discontinuation of SeaTow's radio check service, the US Coast Guard recommends all VHF checks be held by DSC test call to their Rescue 21 system on digital channel 70 (the only all-digital channel).  All fixed marine radios since 1999 have…
by Chuck Hawley, |
Subject: Culture of Safety, Good Practices Underway
Armed with a small amount of misinformation, we concoct a story to fit what we think we see and then twist additional evidence to comply.
by Multiple CCA members, |
Subject: Culture of Safety, Overboard
It's 2021. When someone goes overboard, you want the benefit of the latest experience and thinking. Our panel discusses MOB techniques including recovery under spinnaker and the new "mid-line" hoist. Led by Cruising Club of America, the New York…
by Bruce Brown, |
Subject: Emergency Signalling
In recent years, the US Coast Guard has, in response to comments from recreational mariners and professional mariners attempted to address the complex issues of required Day and Night Signals.