This is an advanced course, which assumes prior completion of the RYA Day Skipper course or the equivalent experience and is intended to be both enjoyable and informative. It develops more advanced navigation, including chartwork, position fixing, tides, buoyage, and offshore passage planning as well as the essential subjects of safety, International Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea and more advanced meteorology. The course is equally suited to both sail and powerboat users. With the increasing use of modern electronic aids to navigation, the use of G.P.S. is also included. This course is essential preparation for the RYA Coastal Skipper Practical Course or the Yachtmaster Examination
An amount of study in the student's own time will be required. The student is assessed by short practice exercises during the course and three final assessment exercises towards the end of the course. A course completion certificate is issued to students.
All courses: ARE SUBJECT TO DEMAND
|Duration:||3 Weekends||Times: 0900hrs - 1700hrs Sat/Sun.|
24 weeks / 2 hours per week
(3 week break at Christmas)
|Times: 1915hrs - 2115hrs Wed.|
London Corinthian Sailing Club Membership
Membership is required, however a special introductory associate membership (non-sailing) is available for students attending the courses (£40 at time of writing). This gives you the benefits of membership of this very friendly and welcoming sailing club, with its unique position on the bank of the Thames. Please contact Chris Eade at the London Corinthian Sailing Club for further details.
Tea and coffee, drinks and food are available in the club bar, but are not included in the course price.
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