Sailors refine and deepen their sailing skills and knowledge as they learn to navigate and skipper a boat in familiar waters in sight of land in moderate weather. In this course, students will further develop all the necessary navigation, boat handling, sailing, weather, and emergency management skills they learned at the Basic/Crew/Day Skipper level. Here student must demonstrate proficiency in all areas of vessel handling, sailing, and safety and be ready to learn the additional decision-points necessary to accept the responsibility for the safety of the crew. The course objective is to be able to cruise safely in familiar waters as both skipper and crew of a sailboat in moderate wind and sea conditions by day. This course brings you closer to being able to bareboat charter.
Destination: Where the wind blows and we can challenge your coastal navigation skills
- Coastal Skipper: $225
- IYT Bareboat Skipper: $200
- IYT Bareboat Skipper with ICC (Monohull): $350
- Coastal Navigation: $200
- IYT VHF: $50
- Achievement of the equivalent of International Crew, Competent Crew/Day Skipper Sail (10+ days liveaboard instruction) and Coastal Navigation
- 300 nm/at least 20 days sailing, ideally on coastal waterway
- Red Cross or St. John Ambulance Emergency First Aid certificate
- VHF – ROC radio certificate
Qualifications to Bareboat Skipper requires successful completion of a minimum of 10-days liveaboard sailboat instruction, a minimum of 14-days aboard a similarly sized sailboat, plus Coastal Navigation, PCOC, VHF radio license, and a 1-day Sea-Trial to demonstrate your competencies at the time of your first charter. Additional sea-time can be arranged after the completion of your course if your instructional skipper determines that more time is required.
CUSTOM CRUISE & LEARN COURSES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
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