Yacht school Aquatoria presents to your attention training for handling a sailing-power yacht with further holding of license. The company deals with practical and theoretical training to handle a Sailing or Power yacht from international yacht school IYT for various categories of a skipper’s license: Bareboat skipper & VHF Operator, Yachtmaster Coastal, Yachtmaster Offshore и Yachtmaster Ocean, Instructor.
In the given section you can see our Package offers based on many years’ experience of our instructors and IYT school.
We would like to make a choice of the course easy for you, sometimes it is hard to realize what course to choose and what its price is.
That’s why we made ready packages for training. And we didn’t forget to make a discount for package training!!!
- John Goode shows how to rig the pole for a safe downwind cruising
- If calculating tidal heights doesn’t come easily, John Goode offers help with the sums and encourages you to use the results with confidence
- For many sailors, the cruising chute is buried deep in an inaccessible forepeak locker and has not seen the light of day for years. What a shame! This sail is in fact a versatile fair weather friend that can help get us much more fun out of light wind sailing.
- The textbook “hourly vector” using nautical miles from a chart’s latitude scale isn’t always practical, that is why John Good developed the simple navigational dodge that can save time when it’s needed most.
- Being able to run a basic deviation check on our compasses is a skill that’s well worth retaining
- For those who venture further afield, comparing the distance between two observed positions (whether derived by GPS or sextant) with the distance recorded on our log can be very helpful in finding, or avoiding, an elusive ocean current.
- In light conditions, a spinnaker should give better downwind performance than any other sail. This is worth bearing in mind given that last summer’s winds were often Force 3 or less. Being able to add even one extra knot of boat speed while on a light airs passage is always welcome. A spinnaker also adds a bit of colour and excitement to our off-wind sailing!
- If you upgrade qualification up to YM Coastal and higher you are to pass courses “First medical aid and actions in emergency situations”. The course is passed within 2 days off and after its completion the certificate is issued.
Besides theoretical knowledge, you gain and maser practical skills, trained on modern manikins. On the lessons numerous real life situations are simulated and examined. At the end of the course situation role playing games are held.