Maritime Masterclass: Ten Knots Everyone Should Know

Maritime Masterclass: Ten Knots Everyone Should Know

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Our Maritime Masterclasses are practical classes, led by volunteer experts on a variety of maritime skills and topics. Meant for those wanting to refresh their skills or learn something new, join us to such subjects as knot tying, how to navigate in rough seas, or the intricacies of Indo-Asia-Pacific naval diplomacy.

“Ten Knots Everyone Should Know”

Maritime Masterclass

DateOctober 30th

Time: 1:30 PM

Duration: 1-1.5 hours

Whether you’re wanting to practice an old skill or learn a new one, join us at the Maritime Museum of BC to learn ten knots that you absolutely need to know!


Jamie Webb is a third generation Victorian whose grandfather sailed in the famed clipper Thermopylae in the 1890’s. In 1988 Jamie completed a four-year apprenticeship in Rigging and Sailmaking.

For the last 20 years he has worked for the Royal Canadian Navy and is currently their Senior Protocol Officer. Jamie has been a naval reserve officer and instructor with the Sea Cadet programme since 1983.


As this is an indoor organized group recreational class, as of September 13th the provincial government has mandated that the Maritime Museum of BC will require proof of vaccination. 

By September 13, you must be partially vaccinated.
You're partially vaccinated with 1 dose.


By October 24, you must be fully vaccinated.
You're fully vaccinated 7 days after dose 2. 

We ask those unable to provide this information to join us for our workshops in 2022.


For more information, please call us at 250.385.4222 or email us at