RYA Level 2 Powerboating

The RYA Level 2 Powerboating Course is ran over two days and provides a level of training that is ideal for anyone from the casual weekend user through to some commercial users. You will be taught launching and recovery, use and care of safety equipment, basic knots, fast and slow speed boat handling, use of trim, towing, man overboard, anchoring and securing to a buoy. You will also learn some basic navigation and the factors that need to be taken into account when planning your trip. This course will also enable you to apply for the ICC (International Certificate of Competence). This qualification is required by most European countries to validate your competence to own or charter a boat. The ICC obtained by presenting your Powerboat Level 2 certificate will cover powerboats up to 10 metres in length.

Duration: 2 days
Previous Experience Required: None
Course Overview: A detailed introduction to power boating that will enable you to safely take out your own powerboat in familiar waters in daylight and settled weather

Minimum Age:  12  (Candidates under 16 will be awarded an endorsed certificate requiring adult supervision) 

Itinerary: 0900 until 1700 each day.

What’s Included:  Wet weather gear, RYA Start Power Boating book, tea and coffee

Course Dates: Please Contact Us for course dates

Course Prices: Click here for our Course Prices

Support Courses:  VHF Radio CourseRYA First Aid Course

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