SAFE ENJOYABLE LEARNING AFLOAT AND ASHORE SINCE 1974

Competent Crew

  • Course ID: Y320
  • Discipline: Yachting
  • Level: Competent Crew

This course is for beginners and those with a little sailing experience.

Duration : 5 days or equivalent over 2 weekends. 

Accreditation ISA Competent Crew Certificate or RYA Competent Crew Certificate
Length of Course 5 days or equivalent over 2 weekends.
Objective Be capable of taking an active part as the crew of a cruising yacht including watchkeeping
Location Cork Harbour or West Cork, South Coast of Ireland.
Equipment Included The Boat has full safety equipment, all nav. aids and powerful engines. The safety equipment includes lifejackets and harnesses for each crew member. Waterproofs are available on request.
What to bring Soft bag with change of warm clothes, toiletries, sleeping bag. Your own sailing equipment if you have them - waterproofs, torch, sailing knife, books: Cruising Logbook €12, Comp Crew Book €14.Kitty & pocket money
Meals Most meals are pre-prepared by our qualified Galley Cook. Nothing better than sitting at the table in the saloon for a meal with fellow crewmembers after a hard day's sailing! Please inform us of dietary needs and allergies.
Syllabus

Knowledge of sea terms, parts of boat, rigging and sails. Sail handling. Ropework. Fire precautions and fire fighting. Personal safety equipment. Man overboard. Distress signals. Manners and Customs. Rules of the road. Dinghies. Meteorology. Seasickness. Helmsmanship and sailing. General duties.

SailCork's Holy Grounder at Fastnet Rock

Pre Course None
Pre Course Advice Study weather and tide. Study area on relevant charts ( Navionics). Read about the area ( in your footsteps). Eat before joining on evening course. Bag packed as advised - soft bag
Course Brands Wild Atlantic Way. ISA. RYA. Tourism Ireland, F
Tags Yacht Sailing. Yachtmaster. West Cork. Cork Harbour. Navigation. Holy Grounder.
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