“If-Then” for all conditions and situations…
Doug has eliminated all the technical details and hard stuff and concentrated on how your boat responds to the wheel, shift and throttle(s) so you know what to do and what to expect of your boat. The Lessons will instruct you how to confidently dock in all conditions and situations using a simple formula of “if-then” statements. For example; if you want to move ahead, then you push the gear shift into forward.
Boat Docking Simplified
The step-by-step instructions (with diagrams) show you what to do, how to do it, when to do it, and why without a lot of technical jargon or engineering terminology.
“Docking Your Twin Outboard – ADVANCED” is 225 pages. Chapter 1 includes the symbols and the introduction. It is a must read.
After reading Chapter 1, choose your docking situation and print it out for you and your First Mate to read through several times before taking to your boat to practice the lesson.
Each of the dozens of docking situations is self contained (there is some duplication from one situation to another) so that you don’t have to flip pages back and forth. Just take the pages for your particular docking situation and the lesson is complete. This way, you can learn them one at a time.
What Does it Cover?
“Docking Your Twin Outboard – ADVANCED” covers
- Docking with a First Mate Stern First in all wind directions tying on the port side and the starboard side, with approaches from the left and right of your slip.
- Backing into a Gas Dock between other boats in four different wind situations.
- Parallel Docking at a Gas Dock between other boats in four different wind situations
- Backing into slips that have pilings at the end of a stubby finger dock
- Pivoting on Pilings or Posts
- Bow in to a Restaurant Dock or Dinghy Dock or Beach (Mediterranean Docking)
- Rafting several boats together
- Single-Handed Docking
- Dock Helpers
- Picking up and Dropping a Mooring Ball
- Gas Dock Shuffle
Let Doug Show You the EASY Way…
Doug Dawson, a 5th generation boat industry expert, knows the design characteristics of all boats and drive systems. Doug has driven, demonstrated, tested, reviewed and handled every type of boat and drive system and knows how to teach others with easy-to-follow instructions.
How Much Does it Cost?
This Lesson would cost $1,000’s for a Boat Handling Trainer to come on your boat and instruct you. You can get it all here in this Lesson for…..
Less than 1 Hour of “Hands-On” Instruction by a professional Boat Handler
who would come to your boat
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