A one-day course for anyone going to sea, providing an understanding of how to use the safety equipment on board your boat and give you the knowledge of what to do in an emergency situation.
A genuine lifesaver!
Cruising is one of the safest leisure sporting activities, and 99.9% of those afloat will never use their liferaft. However, if you are part of the unlucky 0.1% your chances of survival will be greatly increased if you understand how to use the equipment and how to help yourself.
It is a well-proven fact that, in the event of an emergency at sea, people with training are more likely to survive.
An important part of the course is a practical session in a swimming pool. Experience first hand the problems of entering an uncooperative liferaft and assisting others while fully kitted out in wet weather gear and a lifejacket.
What is not included:
One day - Approximately 9am - 5pm
Previous Experience/Knowledge: None
Minimum Age: 12 years (if Under 18, the child must attend with a parent/guardian)
9am Start in our classroom with a practical session in a nearby heated swimming pool.
|RYA Sea Survival Course||Duration||Course Fee inc.VAT|
Private Sea Survival Course for 1 - 4 people
|1 day||£650.00 (4 people = £162-50pp)|
Private Sea Survival Course for up to 5- 6 people
|1 day||£700.00 (6 people = £116.66pp)|
Private Sea Survival Course for up to 7 - 8 people
|1 day||£800.00 ( 8 people = £100pp)|