07905 963353
This boat training course covers the practical use of pilotage and passage planning by day on coastal waters using both traditional and electronic navigational techniques
RYA Intermediate Day Navigation
Course Information
Powerboat Training - Intermediate Powerboat
The course will be conducted in our 7.5m Humber RIB with a Yamaha 200 4 stroke

Aim: To teach navigation skills in a powerboat by day.
Duration: Two days
Instructor to student ratio: 1:3
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

The RYA Intermediate Powerboat is a practical course, however due to the navigation skills that need to be taught we must spend half of the first day and a small amount of the second day in the classroom.

At Guardian Marine the culmination of the course is that each student will be responsible for the navigation and safe passage of the vessel during their own section of a 30 to 50 mile journey.

What to bring with you on the course

Warm clothing. Suitable footwear for being on board a high speed craft such as deck shoes, sailing boots (not gardening wellies please or old trainers).

If you wish to use your own foul weather gear, please bring it.

A change of clothing, in case of emergency.

Lifejackets and waterproofs are provided.

RYA Intermediate Powerboat
Book the RYA Intermediate Powerboat course now
We have courses running every week, all year round

Please contact us to join on to one of our next courses with space available or arrange dates to suit your circumstances any day of the week, even weekends.

07905 963353
info@boattraining.co.uk

Planning a day cruise, boat preparation, boat handling, pilotage, passage making, man overboard.

Course content

Able to plan and execute short coastal passages by day.

Ability after the course
Requirements & Outcomes
Assumed knowledge

Boat handling to the standard of the Level 2 Powerboat Handling course. Knowledge to the level of Day Skipper theory is recommended. It is strongly recommended that candidates hold a first aid certificate and a VHF/SRC operators certificate.

Please note: If you are a bit rusty with your own boat handling skills arrange to get some practice before attending this course. Although you will be taught some new boat handling skills, this course is about teaching you navigation skills not basic boat handling.

Download Booking Form

Please download and email booking form or bring with you on the day.

Requirements & Outcomes
Assumed knowledge

Boat handling to the standard of the Level 2 Powerboat Handling course. Knowledge to the level of Day Skipper theory is recommended. It is strongly recommended that candidates hold a first aid certificate and a VHF/SRC operators certificate.

Please note: If you are a bit rusty with your own boat handling skills arrange to get some practice before attending this course. Although you will be taught some new boat handling skills, this course is about teaching you navigation skills not basic boat handling.

RYA Intermediate Day Navigation
Powerboat Training - Intermediate Powerboat

Planning a day cruise, boat preparation, boat handling, pilotage, passage making, man overboard.

Course content

Able to plan and execute short coastal passages by day.

Ability after the course
Download Booking Form

Please download and email booking form or bring with you on the day.

info@boattraining.co.uk

Please contact us to join on to one of our next courses with space available or arrange dates to suit your circumstances any day of the week, even weekends.

Book the RYA Intermediate Powerboat course now
We have courses running every week, all year round
07905 963353
Course Information
The course will be conducted in our 7.5m Humber RIB with a Yamaha 200 4 stroke
What to bring with you on the course

The RYA Intermediate Powerboat is a practical course, however due to the navigation skills that need to be taught we must spend half of the first day and a small amount of the second day in the classroom.

At Guardian Marine the culmination of the course is that each student will be responsible for the navigation and safe passage of the vessel during their own section of a 30 to 50 mile journey.

Warm clothing. Suitable footwear for being on board a high speed craft such as deck shoes, sailing boots (not gardening wellies please or old trainers).

If you wish to use your own foul weather gear, please bring it.

A change of clothing, in case of emergency.

Lifejackets and waterproofs are provided.

Aim: To teach navigation skills in a powerboat by day.
Duration: Two days
Instructor to student ratio: 1:3
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

This boat training course covers the practical use of pilotage and passage planning by day on coastal waters using both traditional and electronic navigational techniques
RYA Intermediate Powerboat
07905 963353
Requirements & Outcomes
Assumed knowledge

Boat handling to the standard of the Level 2 Powerboat Handling course. Knowledge to the level of Day Skipper theory is recommended. It is strongly recommended that candidates hold a first aid certificate and a VHF/SRC operators certificate.

Please note: If you are a bit rusty with your own boat handling skills arrange to get some practice before attending this course. Although you will be taught some new boat handling skills, this course is about teaching you navigation skills not basic boat handling.

Able to plan and execute short coastal passages by day.

Download Booking Form

Please download and email booking form or bring with you on the day.

Please contact us to join on to one of our next courses with space available or arrange dates to suit your circumstances any day of the week, even weekends.

Book the RYA Intermediate Powerboat course now

We have courses running every week, all year round

07905 963353
info@boattraining.co.uk
Course Information

The course will be conducted in our 7.5m Humber RIB with a Yamaha 200 4 stroke

What to bring with you on the course

The RYA Intermediate Powerboat is a practical course, however due to the navigation skills that need to be taught we must spend half of the first day and a small amount of the second day in the classroom.

At Guardian Marine the culmination of the course is that each student will be responsible for the navigation and safe passage of the vessel during their own section of a 30 to 50 mile journey.

Warm clothing. Suitable footwear for being on board a high speed craft such as deck shoes, sailing boots (not gardening wellies please or old trainers).

If you wish to use your own foul weather gear, please bring it.

A change of clothing, in case of emergency.

Lifejackets and waterproofs are provided.

Ability after the course

Planning a day cruise, boat preparation, boat handling, pilotage, passage making, man overboard.

Course content
RYA Intermediate Day Navigation

Powerboat Training - National Powerboat Certificate

Aim: To teach navigation skills in a powerboat by day.
Duration: Two days
Instructor to student ratio: 1:3
Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00

This boat training course covers the practical use of pilotage and passage planning by day on coastal waters using both traditional and electronic navigational techniques

RYA Intermediate Powerboat
07905 963353