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Fantastic online introduction to navigation for all boaters
- Study at your own pace and in your own time
- Cover all the basics in a fun and interactive way
- Get a free plotter & set of dividers
- Start your winter Day Skipper theory course with confidence!
You'll get an excellent grounding in tides, weather, buoyage, GPS & traditional navigation, VHF radio and other safety topics on the Essential Navigation & Seamanship online course. It's a great starter course for anyone interested in sailing or boating on the sea.
If you're planning on doing the winter Day Skipper theory course this short online course is a perfect way to make a start right now. You'll also get a free set of dividers and plotter. These aren't included in the RYA day skipper course pack!
"The course was brilliant - really well put together so enabled maximum understanding and learning. Thank you so much. It has definitely wetted my appetite!!!" - Karen
The course is divided into different modules which you can work through as many times as you like.
"I found the course very interesting, it's very well put together and accessible. I'd like to practise and explore the navigation skills more. It has really whetted my appetite for getting out there and doing some practical sailing." - Jason
You can email or call John, our award-winning Yachtmaster Instructor, for guidance and advice during the course. But so far everyone has completed this short online course with ease.
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"I enjoyed the course a lot and thought it was very worthwhile." - Richard
"The chartwork exercise was really useful - and John made it good fun too." - Jill
"This was an excellent course. John was a brilliant tutor, explaining things very clearly. Can't wait to put it into practice!" - Tony
"Can't fault this course - or the teacher! Really well put together and accessible. John made navigation skills fascinating and it's really whetted my appetite for getting out there and applying it on the water." - Meg