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BC's Leading Boating School, QuickNAV Boating School, Moves Its Offices to North Vancouver, BC

QuickNAV Boating School, which offers boating instruction to both commercial and pleasure boat clients, has moved from Granville Island to its new premises in North Vancouver, BC. This new location offers a modern, air-conditioned teaching environment.


2010-08-23
NORTH VANCOUVER, BC, August 23, 2010 (Press-News.org) QuickNAV Boating School, which offers boating instruction to both commercial and pleasure boat clients, has moved from Granville Island to its new premises in North Vancouver, BC. This new location offers a modern, air-conditioned teaching environment.

QuickNAV Boating School offers services to the boating community both for commercial, non-pleasure and pleasure craft.

Courses are:
- Simulaten Electronic Navigation
- Navigation
- Marine Emergency Duties (MED A3)
- Small Vessel Operator Proficiency (SVOP
- VHF Radio ROC-M
- Chartwork
- Pleasure Craft Operator Certificate (PCOC)
- Power Boat Handling and private instruction

For more information visit http://www.quicknav.com or call 604-681-7949.

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[Press-News.org] BC's Leading Boating School, QuickNAV Boating School, Moves Its Offices to North Vancouver, BC
QuickNAV Boating School, which offers boating instruction to both commercial and pleasure boat clients, has moved from Granville Island to its new premises in North Vancouver, BC. This new location offers a modern, air-conditioned teaching environment.
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