€ 395

skipper training

Have a look at the port manual, study the layout plan. Does the marina have a fore basin, a quay wall or jetty, wind direction and wind cover? Skipper training on the Ijsselmeer is so much more than berthing or disembarking a sailing yacht. We go the way together and teach you what you need to know for the practice as skipper and crew. Our intensive skipper training on the Ijsselmeer gives prospective charterers and yacht owners the necessary confidence to handle a yacht in every seamanlike situation and every harbour.

Lemmer at the Ijsselmeer
max. 4 participants
2 nights on board
Board cash about € 50 p.p.
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WHAT THEY EXPERIENCE

Your ideas of a skipper training are individual. Perhaps it is only some parts of sailing that you would like to train and intensify. This skipper training offers you exactly this freedom. In our small training groups with a maximum of 4 participants your wishes carry great weight or in individual coaching you determine the agenda completely.

Techniques of single-handed sailing - also important for small crews

Do an engine check

Charter yacht takeover

Keeping logbooks

 

 
Harbour manoeuvres
Mooring/Downloading - "Stern and bow to the pier"
Box
jetty, pontoon
Mooring
work with line
forline
backline
forspring
backspring
Safety briefing
Man overboard (under engine)
Knotting / sailor knots / knots
Bowline
Fender knot - clove hitch
figure of eight knot
Anchor manoeuvre
Practical navigation
GPS instruction with plotter
Navigation with waypoints
Using the steering compass
Working with a hand bearing compass
radar briefing
Meteorology
Reefs
correct charter - yacht takeovers
Maintaining the logbook correctly
Night cruise / night navigation
Motor and electrical engineering
calling at foreign ports

NEXT EVENTS

SPECIAL OFFERS

SAILING YACHTS & SAILING AREA

Bavaria Cruiser 40 Feet

Bavaria Cruiser 50 Feet

MAY WE INTRODUCE

Skipper

Stefan

Our skipper likes to tell about his cruises during social evenings:

  • in North Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean
  • his Scottish canal cruises
  • the sailing trip over Lochness
  • single-handed trip
    • scottish sea
    • irish Sea
    • english channel
    • Night drive from Dover to Calais
    • the crossing of the world's most frequented TSS

Learn from his experiences, it is always exciting! I promise!

AND... he's been training skippers for several years. His eyes are well trained and he's hardly ever upset.

skipper
sailing instructor

Testimonials

Q & A

No special requirements. Everyone is welcome. No or little knowledge is no problem.
Clothing and footwear appropriate to the weather
At the beginning of the cruise, a board cash desk is set up according to good seamanly custom. From this the crew pays all running yacht costs, e.g. diesel (3 litres/engine hour), harbour fees and the common catering on board. The skipper is a guest of the crew and is kept free of charge by the board cash.