Taste of Yachting

  • Course ID: Y310
  • Discipline: Yachting
  • Level: Competent Crew

This course is for beginners.

Accreditation RYA Start Yachting Certificate on completion of 2 days.
Length of Course 1 day
Objective Gain a basic knowledge of yachting.
Location Cork Harbour
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 Wear comfortable clothing, flat runners or deck shoes, no boots. Your own sailing waterproofs if you have them.
Meals Delicious lunch onboard, enjoyed whilst you anchor off and take in the beautiful vistas in Cork Harbour.

The yacht, ropework, underway, rules of the road, man overboard recovery, clothing and equipment, emergency equipment and precautions, meteorology.

Course Brands Wild Atlantic Way. Ancient East. RYA.
Tags Yacht Sailing. Yachtmaster. Cork Harbour. Navigation. Holy Grounder.
€115 incl lunch onboard

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Eddie/Joe/Peter (&Kuba)

this note of thanks is a little tardy so apologies.

As a business just want to say you guys look after your customers and everything was well thought out and very well planned.

Food always excellent, can't wait for the Sailcork Cookbook, I am sure its an art planning food in a challenging environment.

The training was exceptional, from theory classes to the practical side, for me it's amazing you can take someone with no knowledge and no confidence, put them through a program and give them them the required knowledge, skills and  confidence to sail.

..... and in doing so find that difficult balance between a social activity that also requires vigilance safety and security.

I have done many courses (work and pleasure) I can honestly say I learned the most and at so many levels from Sailcork, we are the better for your long and valuable service in Cork.

best regards,

William Oppermann (look after Lou...she is building muscle for the winches...)

William Oppermann

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