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Atlantic Crossing Weather Tools Webinar Part 2

by PredictWind 18 Oct 06:34 UTC
Atlantic Crossing Weather and Equipment Webinar Series - Part-Two © PredictWind

Last week we kicked off our two part Webinar series covering everything you need to know for a successsful Atlantic crossing.

Part one covered the basics of weather and communications and in part two we'll dig deeper into how to use the equipment you'll need out on the water. If you missed part one, watch the recording below.

Webinar Two

This advanced webinar will provide in-depth detail on how to use the equipment and PredictWind Weather Tools for an Atlantic crossing.

Topics will include:

  • Tools in the Offshore App
  • Offshore App settings for satellite downloads
  • Using the Offshore App while on passage
  • Connecting to your satellite device
Date: Oct 20, 2021 21:00 - 22:00 GMT

Register to join us live or to receive a copy of the recording and a FAQ sheet if you are in a time zone that is not compatible with the live session.

After registering, you'll receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Contact our Support Team with any questions you may have.

Click here to register for webinar two.

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