Milebuilding for fun and for experience
~ Long trips, watches at night, building up experience ~
When you want to make progress in your RYA scheme towards Yachtmaster, you will need to build up experience and experience comes with the Miles. For those having passed the Competent Crew certificate and looking to go for the Dayskipper, Coastal Skipper or Yachtmaster certificate, a minimum amount of miles is needed, different foreign ports and a number of night hours at sea. For many years we have already planned passages to places like Harwich, Southwold and Lowestoft and other foreign ports. In a few days days, you will be there and back, with loads of experience from a trip to remember.

How it works
You board the evening before departure. Together we plan the route, do the victualling and make all necessary preparations. Depending on wind and tide, our departure time will usually be between 20h00 in the evening and 08h00 the next morning.
After this course you will not get a certificate, you will however gain an invaluable lot of experience, that will help you to be a safe, skillful ans experienced skipper!
The instructor will sign off the sailed miles and ports in your logbook.

Starting time
De course starts at the moment of briefing around 17h00!

Beschikbaar Niet meer te boeken Laatste plekje / Last place

Farr 45, Plymouth - Scheveningen. After the Fastnet Race with a group of passionate sailors we will bring our Farr 45 back to Scheveningen. An excellent chance to make a longer trip on one of these fast racing boats. Depending on wind we expect to be back ultimately on Thusrday August 17. Arrange your own travel to Plymouth.
12-8-2017 t/m
ca. 3-5 dagen (350 NM)
Farr 45

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