Apart from the VHF radio course, we do not run set courses, but arrange courses to suit the need of our customers. The first to call sets the date and we then fill the course.
Courses start at 9:00am and finish around 5:00pm however; this is dependent on the size of the group and course being taken. ICC and tuition only courses are flexible to meet your needs. Contact us to discuss this further.
Yes of course. All our practical courses can be taken both on your own boat or ours. However, if you require your ICC to be validated on craft over 10M LOA then this will need to be taken on a vessel over 10M. This can be done on our training vessel.
Why not spend a day with one of our instructors? We can tailor training to your current level of experience and focus on how we can improve your skills. Bring the whole family along and let them get some hands on experience under the watchful eye of the instructor.
RYA courses follow a progression route from beginner to the more advanced. We can discuss your individual requirements once we know where and when you would like to go boating.
Of course! If you just need an hour or so on a boat to support your learning we can easily organise some tuition tailor made for you. We have access to some very experienced instructors that have sailed around the world who are all happy to help.
Definitely! We can accommodate the whole family, even the dog, on most of our training courses. Please let us know if you would like to bring them along.
The ICC (International Certificate for Operators of Pleasure Craft) is a certificate for anyone who intends to use a boat abroad. We can offer ICC Power endorsements for both Inland and Coastal waters.
CEVNI (Européen des Voies de Navigation Intérieure) is not covered in any of the RYA’s courses, even those specific to inland waterways. It is therefore necessary to have a separate theory test on the CEVNI regulations. There is no separate CEVNI certificate or CEVNI endorsement. Passing the CEVNI multiple choice exam paper simply allows the Inland category on your ICC to be validated, thereby indicating that you have demonstrated knowledge of the traffic regulations applicable on inland waters or Europe.
Absolutely! The Short Range Certificate is the minimum qualification required by law to operate a VHF set with Digital Selective Calling (DSC). We offer this as a one day course and assessment. On passing the assessment you will be issued with a certificate to operate which allows you to use the radio as an operator. You will then also have to licence the equipment on board and any handheld devices you wish to use away from the mother vessel.