Live Online Class - May, 25th 2022
@ 4:30 PM PT/ 7:30 PM ET
This online class will be available for 12-months to registrants to watch. We encourage live attendance to win American Sailing giveaways.
Early Bird Price$79
Ends Friday Jan 28th
ASA Member PriceFree
Are you getting the most out of your onboard marine electronics?
Need an overview on how to use your new equipment?
Or, are you just in need of a refresher?
The second of a four-part B&G online class series, the ‘Marine Electronics Basics + Tips & Tricks” class covers different aspects of unpacking all the features within your marine electronics to help maximize your equipment to its fullest potential.
During this course, B&G product experts will provide in-depth overviews on getting the most out of your marine electronics. Geared toward all sailors, this online class will offer a mix of pre-recorded and live Q&A with the B&G team – featuring live hands-on demos, walkthroughs and more.
Chartplotter (MFD) overview and functions
Optimal setup and configurations
How to plan a trip/route changes and auto-routing tips
NMEA2000 networking and compatibility
How to accurately read data / instrument communications
B&G Companion App
Here are some reviews of B&G’s last online class…
“The B&G class was excellent.”
- Kris B.
“Thank you very much to you and B&G for this wonderful class.”
“Terrific session tonight and impressive knowledge from the B&G team!”
The B&G experts want to hear your questions prior to the online class event. Please send your marine electronics questions to the email below and they will review and answer during the live class. Email questions to: NavicoEmail@gmail.com
Matt Fries, B&G Specialist
Matt has worked at Navico with a focus on B&G Electronics for over 15 years.
He is an accomplished sailor with tens of thousands of miles under his belt and is well versed and experienced in both cruising and racing.
Matt Eeles, Product Director for B&G
Located in Southampton UK and has worked for B&G for the past 18 years. He started sailing at the age of 12 and quickly found his niche in Multihull sailing where he spent a number of years racing the Tornado Olympic catamaran professionally. He has also spent time cruising from Malaysia to Europe and now owns a 36ft cruising boat, which he sails with his family around the UK and France.