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Boaters University: Navigation

When he’s not boating in his free time, Capt. Robert Reeder lives quite a life. Author of a navigation column in our sister publication , Reeder is a professional mariner currently working; $295). We caught up with Reeder to learn more about the class and his thoughts on navigation.

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