2019 RYA Dinghy Instructor Courses - Just £250
Now you can handle the boat on your own in moderate conditions, the intermediate courses concentrate on improving boat-handling skills as both helm and crew and problem solving afloat.
The perfect course for recreational sailors as this forms a good grounding for sailing in more difficult conditions and is great preparation for the advanced modules. These courses are offered at our Rockley Point centre, Poole and at our new centre based in Birmingham at Bartley Sailing Club (please refer to map).
RYA Seamanship Skills (2 days) - the course will focus on launching and recovering the boat in different circumstances, stopping, reducing sail, recovering a man overboard and anchoring.
After the course you be more able to handle a wide range of situations afloat.
RYA Day Sailing (2 days) - the course involves preparing and planning for a day cruise, pilotage and decision making including adverse conditions.
After the course you will be able to plan and execute a cruise, depending on conditions.
2 days or for intermediates who want to achieve their RYA Seamanship and day Sailing then you can book onto two of the 2-day modules. For those who are staying with us on a residential basis, if you book two of our 2-day modules, why not book on to our 5-day residential option which includes our 'Friday FUN DAY' for just £500 inclusive.
Rockley Point - Poole
RYA Seamanship Skills (2 days - Mon-Tue); 8, 15 April, 27 May, 15, 22, 29 July, 5, 12, 19, 26 August, 28 October
RYA Day Sailing (2 days - Wed-Thu); 10, 17 April, 29 May, 17, 23, 31 July, 7, 14, 21, 28 August, 30 October
Bartley Sailing Club - Birmingham
RYA Seamanship Skills (2 days - Wed-Thu or Thu-Fri); 17 April, 30 May, 31 July, 14, 29 August
At Rockley, we provide the boats, buoyancy aids and waterproofs, all you need to bring is a change of clothes, a towel and some shoes you don't mind getting wet, and of course yourselves. Of course bring any of your own sailing gear. Further information will be sent to you on booking.