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This course is the ideal introduction to the essential knowledge required to plan and undertake short cruising passages in local coastal waters, under sail or power.

Run over two consecutive days it is a concise yet highly informative shorebased course, designed specifically for skippers and crew new to cruising.

The Essential Navigation and Seamanship course is equally suitable for sailing yachts, motor boats, RIBS, divers and sea anglers.

Presented by David Jerrard of Sea~Craft, an RYA and ISA Yachtmaster instructor since 1991, the course is open to both members and non-members, so bring along a friend, partner or colleague.


                 ESSENTIAL NAVIGATION AND SEAMANSHIP 2 day shorebased course

The course content will include: 

 Safety

 Charts and chart-work

 Position fixing

 Navigation buoys and lights

 ‘Rules of the Road’

 Tides

 Weather

 Passage planning and pilotage

 Modern electronic aids to navigation

The course will be run during Saturday the 13th of October and Sunday the 14th of October, 2018 from 9:30am to 5:30pm each day in Howth Yacht Club, just a few minutes walk from Howth Dart station.

The course fee of €120 includes the full course pack, charts and documentation. For more details please contact   david@seacraft.ie   or ‘phone (01) 286 3362, anytime, or complete and return the booking form below to Seacraft, 3, Newcourt Avenue, Bray, Co. Wicklow, A98 W8H0.


                                   

BOOKING FORM


 Essential Navigation and Seamanship, Howth Yacht Club


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Please include the course fee of €120.    Cheques to ‘Seacraft’

     or, online : account: Seacraft    BIC: BOFIIE2D   IBAN: E03BOFI90103629755482