Take a Sailing Course Online for only $6.99? Yes You Can! (But only ’til Sept.1st!)
August 23, 2010 by RussianRiver PR
NauticEd is a great way to get the skills you want, online from anywhere, anytime. We can’t all take time off to head off to a tropical paradise to learn how to sail, and that’s why Grant Headifen designed NauticEd.
- NauticEd is Nautical Education and more
- All NauticEd sailing lessons and tests are online
- Take as long as you need to complete a sailing course
- Come back as many times as you like for FREE
- Take the tests as many times as you like for FREE
- See our next slide for heaps of FREE stuff
Now, for a short time, while the folks at NauticEd are sailing Tonga, they are offering a incredibly special price of just $6.99!! They want something back from you, however…Use your social network to promote for them in exchange. Read more about that below.
“Use this promocode below now to get any one of our courses for $6.99
– that’s just a crazy price.” writes Grant. “Tell as many friends about this as possible. If we grow our sailing school by 1000 students by the time we get back from Tonga on September 1st – we’ll repeat this crazy price again as a Christmas present. But for us to repeat this we have to get 1000 new students using this promocode by September 2nd. It’s up to you and your fellow NauticEdonians.”
Suggestion – if you haven’t taken the Bareboat Charter Clinic yet – that would be a good one to put into your curriculum now. If you’re planning on a bareboat charter soon then tell all your crew. So send a personal email to your friends, email your yacht club, Facebook NauticEd, Twitter NauticEd what ever you do – do your part to reach 1000.”
Here’s the Promocode for the $6.99 course for you and all your friendsto use. It’s valid until September 1st.
crazy699for1000 – note it is all lowercase and no spaces.
You can choose your courses here:
Check it out! I did and I can tell you that the courses are interesting, well-designed and you’ll be surprised how quickly you can earn your credentials.
Tell ’em, “Your Cruising Editor sent you!”