Training

Own Boat Familiarisation

A few pointers or a bit of advice will go a long way to relieving those feelings of apprehension when the time comes to carry out a manoeuvre in a tight space or in windy conditions. Your experienced instructor will explain the main factors that affect how your boat handles under power and armed with this information you will have the chance to put theory into practice in a variety of situations.

You will come away with a better understanding of how windage, prop walk, tide, rudder shape and prop wash effect your yacht and indeed can in many cases be harnessed to help you pull off a perfect manoeuvre. We are often asked about ways to moor up when short handed so time will also be spent looking at various methods to help. The day is run in a friendly and relaxed manner to help you get the most out of your boat and  time on the water.     

Own Boat Tuition

We understand that sometimes you want to learn in the familiar environment of your own boat and people you know. Our instructors can teach you anything from a full RYA course to maybe just a day’s instruction focusing on your own individual requirements. Instruction can be arranged any time that is suitable for you for a minimum of one day.

Cost: Please contact us to discuss your requirements

Equipment list required for Own Boat Tuition

Anchor
Bilge pump (manual as well as electric)
Radar reflector
Flares for the waters in which you will use your boat
Fire extinguishers and fire blanket
Lifejackets (with harness) plus safety strops
Liferaft 
Horse shoe buoy(s) with light
Dan buoy
Man overboard recovery equipment
VHF Radio
Navigational equipment (Almanac, charts, plotter, dividers and GPS)
First Aid kit
Mooring warps and fenders
Spare fuel
Tool kit
Depth and speed
Engine spars – fuel/oil filters, drive belt, impeller spare oil

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On Water have Trained Row4Victory in RYA First Aid, Sea Survival and accomodated the boat at Hartlepool Marina during their training as our way of saying Thank you and we will never forget this Remembrance Sunday.

Good Luck Lads from all of us in the North East
We are right behind you!Remembrance Day;

Row4Victory was inspired by the Dig for Victory campaign in World War Two which saw Britain’s civilian population pull together with true grit and do their part in the war effort.

Having current and former members representing all three branches of the UK armed forces and the civilians they serve this Sundays service has been in the forefront of our minds throughout the campaign. With veterans of both the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts on the team we have seen the loss and injury of friends and comrades, this weekend we will remember them and the millions that came before them.

It was the obvious choice to support two amazing military charities during our campaign; Royal British Legion and Soldier On and we are all very proud to do so.

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