If you are new to boating, want to handle a boat better than you do, or simply wish to obtain a qualification – come and learn with us in a climate that makes learning in a lot of fun – without the wet weather gear.
PRACTICAL MOTOR CRUISING
RYA International Certificate of Competence – 3 days (over 10 metres)
This is the minimum qualification you require in order to charter a vessel internationally. The course covers a specific syllabus, including anchoring, safety, tides, chartwork, weather and collision regs. This certificate is available to UK Citizens and Residents only.
RYA Day Skipper Practical Motor Cruising Course (Non-Tidal) – 4 days
After some practical experience this is the next step after the ICC. The aim is to teach practical pilotage, navigation, seamanship and boat handling up to the standard required to skipper a motor cruiser safely in familiar water by day.
RYA Coastal Skipper Practical Motor Cruising (Non-Tidal) – 5 days
This course is for the more experienced motor cruising skipper to improve on their skills. Most of the syllabus is similar to the Day Skipper course but are covered in greater depth, with the aim of perfecting the skills and techniques required to skipper a motor cruiser safely on coastal and offshore passages.
RYA Yachtmaster Offshore Preparation –Practical – 5 days
The RYA Yachtmaster Offshore Certificate is the ultimate achievement of any skipper. It is necessary for the skipper to have experienced 2,500 miles at sea before they are to attempt this practical course. The syllabus is similar to the Coastal Skipper but the use of astro-navgation equipment is restricted. The aim is to prepare the candidate to skipper a Motor cruiser on any passage, day or night.
The School Boats
Motor Yacht and Sport Cruisers:
Sealine F37 Shaft Drive (2003)
Sealine S38 Stern Drive (2005)
Sealine S38 Stern Drive (2007)