La Manga, Spain
You have made the perfect choice if you are interested in learning about yacht navigating and related topics. We are sure that we will be able to offer the city's top nautical school services.
We also offer services for a nautical school in addition to boat chartering. Our course instructors are highly skilled and professional people with a lot of experience. Our students were satisfied with our service after we successfully completed a number of sessions.
PER Practices Navigation and Safety + Radio
To earn your Recreational Boat Skipper (PER) + Radio qualification, complete the required internships in La Manga. It gives you the ability to control leisurely motorboats up to 15 meters long and 12 kilometers from the coast. For students without access to a nearby home, there is the option of sleeping aboard the boat.
Program Programming of the practice: Schedule Friday: 17:00 to 21:00 (Radio) Schedule Saturday: 09:00-18:00. (Navigation and safety) Sunday hours: 08:00-17:00. Navigation and Safety)
If students have more internships contracted, such as expanding to the Balearic Islands and sailing and being able to complete the internship under the Crossing Regime, the Schedules may be changed.
Section 1: Pre-departure safety and inspections. Understanding and controlling safety equipment, reviewing the boat's vital components, and performing checks before setting sail. Section 2: Firefighting and defeat planning. Track planning involves determining the area to be navigated, analyzing the crew's capabilities, and interpreting weather forecasts. issues with battling fires Section 3: Installation of motors and electrical systems. Identification of the electrical and propulsion installation's component parts. Checks on engine operation and start-up. Section 4: Ropes, pollution prevention, and vessel maintenance. maintenance of the boat and its components. Depending on the material, take different precautions. Antifouling. pollution reduction in the ocean. basic knots and rope management. Section 5: Maneuvers. Docking and undocking procedures. speed of security Section 6: Anchoring, watching, and managing the defeat. RIPA guidelines, course control, and the anchoring maneuver. recognizing beacons and markers. When navigating at night or in poor visibility, reverse course and take measures. Section 7: Navigation. Navigation systems practicalities including graphical dead reckoning, determining the complete correction for leading lines, the situation caused by delays, leading lines and GNSS equipment use of the slide and probe. swift placement on the chart. Coast reconnaissance, delays, and a security perimeter. Section 8: Security techniques. Man, overboard operations, towing and towing maneuvers, and the MOB feature of GNSS equipment. The safety measures for both boat and helicopter rescue will also be considered.
If the student chooses to stay the night on the boat, they must provide a sleeping bag. A fund will be split equally among us for the upkeep of the days that we are on board.
If the student chooses to stay the night on the boat, they must provide a sleeping bag.
A fund will be split equally among us for the maintenance of the days that we are on board.
This listing is listed for following charter options.
With Captain Only
Based on the choice of charter option set for this listing and your choice to avail these options under the process of booking this charter, an extra fee may be applicable, for eg; for availing Crew service.
No-show will result in reservation considered as forfeited.
Days not spent on account of early check-out is marked as forfeited.