Interpreting weather signals and being able to intervene in the most common faults of a marine engine are the ABCs of any sailor who can call himself a sailor.
Centro Velico Caprera and the Lega Navale Italiana Sezione di Milano join forces to maximise the effectiveness of the Engine Maintenance and Marine Weather courses that from this year will be held at the headquarters of the Lega Navale Italiana Sezione di Milano in Viale Cassala 34, in Milan. Engine Maintenance" on Sunday 17 March and Sunday 14 April. "Marine Meteorology" on the weekends of 6 and 7 April and 4 and 5 May.
From Le Grazie (La Spezia), the two courses of Centro Velico Caprera move to the Lombard capital, joining those of the Lega Navale Italiana Sezione di Milano, in a location that is the quintessence of seafaring in a Milanese sauce.
"Engine Maintenance" and "Marine Meteorology" are also necessary subjects in order to correctly orientate oneself among the countless sources of updates on the web and among the various applications available today, so as not to rely on them totally and almost blindfolded. Today, it is more fundamental than ever to have the correct basic theoretical preparation to select, compare and evaluate the most correct and reliable information. It should not be forgotten that the ability to correctly interpret the meteorological context is also the basis for any routing activity. The "Engine Maintenance" course also offers the opportunity to get your hands on a real marine engine, experiencing at first hand what an initial intervention on the most common failures entails. It is worth remembering that, at sea, you can never be prepared enough.