Powerboat Training - National Powerboat Certificate
The course will be conducted in our 7.5m Humber RIB with a Yamaha 200 4 stroke
Aim: To teach boat handling and seamanship in powerboats.Duration: Two daysInstructor to student ratio: 1:3Times: The start time is 09:30 with an anticipated finish at around 17:00
RYA Powerboat Handling Level 2 is a practical course with a small amount of classroom work. However, with the aim of the course in mind, we endeavour to complete 80% afloat.At the end of the course you will be issued with the RYA 'Start Powerboating' publication. The contents cover everything you will have learnt over the 2 day course.
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.
Self-sufficient powerboater in the right conditions, aware of own limitations and those of the craft.
Launching and recovery, boat handling, securing to a buoy, anchoring, leaving and coming alongside, man overboard. More information of course content can be found in the RYA logbook (G20).
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This two-day entry level boat training course provides the skills and background knowledge needed to drive a powerboat
RYA Powerboat Handling Level 2
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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.
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