Duration of assessment One candidate: 8 - 12 hours. More than one candidate: 5 - 9 hours per candidate. Boat required The boat used for assessments would normally be a sailing yacht with auxiliary engine that is at least 7 metres in overall length and which is suitable for cruising. The yacht must be equipped to category B as defined on ISA Yacht Safety Equipment list.
|Accreditation||DTTAS /ISA Yachtmaster Offshore or RYA Yachtmaster Offshore|
|Boat||The boat used for assessments would normally be a sailing yacht with an auxiliary engine that is at least 7 meters in overall length and which is suitable for cruising. The yacht must be equipped to category B as defined in the ISA Yacht Safety Equipment list. SailCork recommends that you use|
|Objective||You meet the standard of Yachtmaster Offshore and are capable of skippering a sailing yacht under sail and auxiliary motor on coastal and offshore passages during daylight and at night.|
|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 waterproofs if you have them.|
|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!|
IRPCS, Safety, Boat Handling, General Seamanship, Maintenance, Responsibilities of Skipper, Navigation, Metrology, Signals.
|Pre Course||1. The following logged in a sailing yacht within 10 years of the exam. - 3000 miles. - 50 days at sea, of which 6 days must have been as skipper. - 30 night hours on watch. - 6 varied passages greater than 60 miles in length, on 2 of which you must have been skipper. Where a candidate holds a course completion certificate from an ISA Yachtmaster Offshore shorebased course, then the logged requirements are as follows: - 2500 miles. - 50 days at sea, of which 6 days must have been as skipper. - 30 night hours on watch. - 6 varied passages greater than 60 miles in length, on 2 of which you must have been skipper. Mileage completed during ISA certified sea based courses may be included in the logged requirements. 2. Restricted Certificate of Competency in VHF Radiotelephony or SRC Module 1. 3. Approved Sea Survival Course Completion Certificate. 4. Approved current First Aid Certificate. 5. The candidate must be at least 18 years of age at the time of assessment.|
|Pre Course Advice||We strongly recommend you compete a 4 day Yachtmaster Offhsore preparation course immediately prior to the exam.|
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.
William Oppermann (look after Lou...she is building muscle for the winches...)