Dieses Training im Solent (UK) kann Vieles sein für Dich (siehe Zertifikate & Lizenzen)

  • Ein intensives Skippertraining in einem anspruchsvollen Gezeitenrevier
  • Dein Coastal Skipper Training, das Du mit dem Coastal Skipper Certificate abschließen kannst
  • Dein Yachtmaster Preparation Course für Yachtmaster Coastal oder YM Offshore


Veranstaltungsort: Port Hamble / Southampton / UK

Maximale Teilnehmeranzahl: 5 Personen


Preis: EUR 880,- (beinhaltet 5 volle Trainingstage, Koje, begleitende Unterlagen) siehe auch Unsere Rabatte

Fragen dazu beantworten wir unter welcome@seamanship.at

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Wie kann es danach weitergehen in Deiner Ausbildung?

  • Du kannst (je nach Erfahrungsstand) die Yachtmaster Coastal oder Offshore Prüfung ablegen

Siehe „Yachtmaster Prüfung

  • Du kannst Deine Lizenz in eine Berufslizenz umwandeln

Siehe „PPR Professional Practice & Responsibilities“

Hier der am Ende des Trainings in jedem Bereich angestrebte Level (UNDERSTANDS / CAN / KNOWLEDGE OF):

1 Passage Planing

  • KNOWLEDGE OF the effects of fouling on boat speed and fuel consumption
  • UNDERSTANDS customs procedures and stability
  • CAN calculate fuel required for a passage
  • CAN plan a coastal passage, taking into consideration the capability of the vessel, navigation, victualling, weather, ports of refuge, tidal hights and tidal streams, publications required, stragedy

2 Preparation for Sea

  • UNDERSTANDS what safety equipment is required for offshore passages
  • CAN prepare a cruising vessel for sea, including stowage, safety stowage, safety briefing, watchkeeping, delegating responsibilities, equipment and egine checks

3 Pilotage

  • CAN prepare a pilotage plan, taking into consideration soundings, transits, clearing bearings, buoyage, port or harbour regulations and tidal factors
  • CAN pilot a cruising vessel by day and at night

4 Passage-making and Ability as Skipper

  • UNDERSTANDS the practical uses of integrated electronic aids to navigation, including AIS, radar, electronic navigational charts (ENCs) and raster navigational charts (RNCs)
  • CAN take charge of a yacht and direct the crew
  • CAN organise the navigation, deck work and domestic duties of a crusing vessel on passage
  • IS AWARE of the significance of meteorological trends
  • IS AWARE of crew welfare on passage
  • CAN use electronic navigational equipment for planning and undertaking a passage, including the use of waypoints and routes

5 Yacht Handling under Power

  • UNDERSTANDS how to identify and takeinto account wind and current conditions when planning and executing manoevres
  • CAN control the cruising vessel effectively in a confined space under power, including all berthing and unberthing situations
  • CAN pick up a mooring bow- or stern-to
  • CAN avoid excessive use of power

6 Yacht Handling under Sail

  • UNDERSTANDS how to identify and take into account wind and current conditions when planing and executing manoevres
  • CAN use the sails to control the yacht in a confined space and can consistently pick up a mooring
  • CAN sail efficiently on all points of sail, including downwind techniques

7 Adverse Weather Conditions

  • UNDERSTANDS how to handle a cruising vessel in strong winds and in restriicted visibility
  • CAN prepare a cruising vessel for heavy weather
  • CAN navigate in restricted visibility

8 Emergency Situations

  • UNDERSTANDS the actions to be taken when abandoning to a life raft and during helicopter and lifeboat rescues
  • UNDERSTANDS how to carry out the aftercare requirements on a casualty who has been in the water
  • CAN describe to a crew member the effects of cold-water shock on a casualty who has been in the water
  • CAN recover a man overboard under power and under sail