Sailing Course Syllabus

Sailing course syllabus

When doing a sailing course it is certainly a good idea to check and recheck again what the sailing course syllabus is containing. A beginner course can be as simple as dinghy sailing with different subjects emphasized or a more closer experience to ocean sailing as we offer in our ocean hiker sailing course which is a slight extended version of a standard competent crew course.

Sailing course syllabus of the Ocean hiker

Sailing course syllabusThe sailing course syllabus below gives an idea of the subjects covered

– knowledge of sea terms and parts of a boat , her rigging and sails

– other types of sailboats and other rigging’s

– sail handling and types of sails

rope work and knots including splicing ropes

– fire precautions and fighting

– safety equipment

– MOB -man overboard maneuver

– emergency equipment,

– introduction into chart work

– introduction into electronic navigation, digital charts, GPS

– board electronic including VHF Radio, e-mail, satellite phone

– manners and customs

– rules of the road

– navigation lights

– dinghies

– meteorology, Beaufort scale, weather forecasting

– helmsman-ship and sailing

anchoring or mooring

– duties

This sailing course syllabus is identical to the sailing programs of the RYA or ISA



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