29 May The RYA Essential Navigation and Seamanship theory course provides an introduction to the basic skills required before taking a small boat to. RYA Seamanship Skills is a course for children and adults. A more in depth look at solving problems afloat with your boat. This stunning estuary near Falmouth. RYA Essential Navigation and. Seamanship Course Syllabus. The Essential Navigation and Seamanship course provides an introduction to the basic skills.
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A warm change of clothes for afterwards is also advisable. All RYA courses and most other training sessions are normally done on demand. Venue The course begins at 9. How many people in a group? See notes below re clothing and equipment Here at Mylor Sailing School we have plenty of wetsuits for all ages and sizes.
This course is for children or adults. Yes, due to the usual regulations, everybody that is going afloat will need to wear either a buoyancy aid or a life jacket for safety reasons. They always have plenty of stock and can help and advise on the suitability of a wetsuit depending on the general use of the suit and any other equipment you may need. Yes this is absolutely fine.
The course begins at 9. I want to syllabu my own wetsuit, can you recommend where I can do this nearby? Here at Mylor Sailing School, once we get a beginner group of more than 4 we prefer to also put an assistant instructor with the instructor so that we do not dilute the tuition too much. Other useful items not to forget are a water bottle drinking water available in kitchensun cream, sun hat and a waterproof camera. What do I need to bring? If you do not have a log book and would like to purchase one we do have them available for sale at our centre.
There are also some theoretical aspects of the course that will be taught in the classroom ashore.
RYA Essential Navigation & Seamanship Theory Syllabus
These ratios are slightly different for our fun sessions though. You may be able to just book a half day 1: If you do not have a log bookyou will be issued one as part of course cost.
Students will need to bring with them suitable footwear Close toed footwear old trainers or wetsuit bootsswimwear for under wetsuits fya shorts and T shirts, finally a towel is essential. The Seamanship skills really get you thinking about how you manage your sailing in different conditions. The Centre has toilets, changing facilities and a recreation room.
It is probably best to call to discuss so that we can advise you the best course to sign up to. How to handle a boat in all circumstances and solve problems afloat. If you cannot see your required dates on the electronic calendar then please get in touch and we can add them for you, no problem!!
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We can run this course at a time to suit you. This will teach you to sail in a seamanship like manner and make the right decisions in moderate conditions.
This sailing course is mainly spent on the water sailing in our beautiful Fal Estuary, Falmouth, which is nice and sheltered for dinghy sailing. You will always be wearing either a buoyancy aid or a life jacket that will keep you floating if you do enter the water. We normally ask this question on the booking form but it is just for our instructors information.
If you are going in a smaller boat then you will get wet. Please get in touch to check availability and to book in. More course information All RYA courses and most other training sessions are normally done on demand. Enquire about this course. The RYA Seamanship Skills course content includes, ropework, windward and leeward shores, sailing techniques and manouevres of reefing, towing, sailing backwards, coping with adverse conditions, further sailing terminology, understanding more indepth meteorology, tidal elements.
This can be booked on a 1: Skip to main content. Remember that the log book is yours to keep and should be used to record and log all sailing qualifications gained at an RYA recognised training. If you mention that you are one of our customers then you should get a small discount. Most of our courses are done on demand. There are lockers available however we look after personal possessions belonging to the group.
All clothing and equipment provided. If you have had quite a long time since you have been on the water then depending on how long this period is, we will either have to start again or blow out a few cobwebs to refresh your skills.
There is a recreation room onsite and there is plenty of room for groups to sit and enjoy their packed lunch whilst enjoying the amazing views seamannship the Tay Estuary. The kitchen also has cooking facilities to support any dietary requirements. We are open 7 days a week and all year round.
Future course dates will be added soon. Included in your course cost is the use of our wetsuits, buoyancy aids, helmets and spray tops. I cannot swim, is this ok? For Sailing, depending on the level of experience of the sailor will determine how many we are able to have in a group due to the Royal Yachting Associations strict regulations. Start your training with a course appropriate to your experience – read this advice from RYA. We are generally allowed to have 6 people to 1 instructor for the first few levels of the RYA courses.
Arrive at Dundee Sailing Club to sign in for your course and meet your instructors where you will be briefed and issued your sailing kit and the instructors will show you the location of the changing rooms, toilets, lockers and drying rooms. This will all be explained in your booking confirmation once you have confirmed your booking. Depending on the experience of the sailors it may vary between 6: