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Competent Crew

Practical course course
Duration: 1 week
The Competent Crew course is for beginners and those who would like to become active crew members rather than just passengers. By the end of the course, you should be able to steer, handle sails, keep a lookout, row a dinghy and assist in all the day to day routines.

Essential Navigation and Seamanship

Practical course
Duration: 7 days

Day Skipper Theory

Theory course course
Duration: approx. 40h
With the RYA Day Skipper Theory course you gain the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate safely in familiar waters by day and learn how to apply the collision regulations and recognise lights at night.

Day Skipper

Practical course course
Duration: 1 week
Make the transition from crew to skipper, developing the practical skills and confidence to take command of a small yacht. This course gives you the chance to take charge on short passages under instruction. You will concentrate on pilotage, boat handling, seamanship and navigation.

Marine Radio SRC

Theory course course
Duration: 1 day (10 hours & exam)
The radio is an important part of your safety equipment on board and it is vital to understand the correct procedures. VHF/DSC (very high frequency/digital selective calling) Radio equipment is mandatory on almost all yachts of any flag state. If you have a VHF radio onboard your boat, or carry a handheld VHF whilst out on the water, you, or at least one other person on board needs to hold an SRC marine radio licence or higher. Get qualified with a one-day course and exam.