Electrics are now an unavoidable part of boating life and it is one of the most intimidating systems on a vessel. How about we unveil marine electrics so you can feel more confident on the water?
By the end of the course, you will gain an understanding of 12/24v marine electrical system covering basic systems, two battery bank system, types of batteries, and charging. It also includes some practical skills such as wire stripping, splicing, crimping and a go at soldering.
$250 when purchased as a single entity for the half-day training or $200 when completing with Ropework for the complete full day ($400 total).
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Massive thank you to Jamie and all the staff and other instructors at Southern Cross Yachting! 10/10 experience from booking to sailing to instruction to food whilst onboard.
Absolutely one of the best things I’ve ever done and now I’m addicted to sailing!
A great place to learn all things about sailing, experienced Captains who are only to happy to answer any and all questions, a great experience,
Well organized with a wonderful team and instructors. Completed my Comp Crew and looking forward to doing the Day skipper next.
We were lucky enough to spend a day with Jamie on Moreton bay and can’t speak highly enough about it. Three of us with varied previous experience of sailing joined with a father and son to share in a day of learning the ropes. The day was tailored to our varied needs and at all times we were able to ask questions and glean experience from Jamie’s wealth of knowledge. We would highly recommend signing up for a course if you’re interested in getting back on the water after a hiatus. Thanks so much guys! It was a priceless day!
How Batteries Work
Types of Batteries
Wire size and length
Basic circuits: switches and fuses
Two battery bank system
Charging: alternators, battery chargers
Measuring voltage and resistance using a multimeter
Cutting and stripping wires
Crimping connection terminals
Demonstration of soldering and splicing wires