ISSA Inshore Skipper certified course: up to 14 days; 1016 Euro

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Certified Course: ISSA Inshore Skipper

ISSA standards course with internationally recognized certification after passing the exam!

The practice takes place in one of the most picturesque places in the city - Varna Bay. The standard route passes through Galata, Fichosa and the lighthouse.

Yacht’s construction
- Basic parts of yacht and what are they designed for.
- Operate elementary yacht’s systems
- Fill up the water and diesel tanks
- Operate the inboard engine
- Elementary yacht equipment
- Points of sail in relation to wind
Operating sail sheets and haulyards
Line and spring handling
Handling fenders
Operating the anchor
Handling the dinghy
Safety briefing under and on the deck
Handling yacht under Power
Yacht handling under sails
International Rules for Preventing Collisions at Sea
Navigational Aids
Terrestrial navigation
Eletronic-based navigation
Meteorology
Other
- Environmental friendly approach and respect to other yachtsmen.
- Basic pro-environmental rules.
- Social friendly approach at sea and in harbour.

Choose a comfortable clothing to protect yourself from the sun, sunglasses, hat, swimsuit (if you plan to swim), sunscreen, yachting gloves or sports hall, drinking water, closed shoes (without heels), raincoat if rain is raining

"Birdy" model - Beneteau Oceanis 331.

Place of the meeting - the yacht, which is located at the port of LZ yachting, Sea Station, Varna

It is advisable to come 15 minutes before the scheduled meeting time.

We accept credit cards and cash

Hello, dear future skippers and sailors!

Minimum age is 18 years old. You don’t need any certificate for ISSA Inshore skipper course. An ISSA Instructor will run the course. At the last day of your skipper training you will have an examination.

Price

Price for 1 sailor is 1000 euro.

The price is not includes the certificate fee of 150 euro to ISSA.

Course duration is up to 14 days.

The minimal standard of Inshore Skipper Certificate

Theoretical

Taking over a vessel: Hull and rig checks, machinery and systems checks, instrument checks, safety equipment checks

Meteorology: Sources of information, personal observation, weather patterns, sea and land breezes, cloud types and formations, precipitation and fog

Pilotage and passage planning: Pilot books, almanacs and information sources, passage planning considerations, navigating a coastal passage, passage strategy, port regulations, pilotage plans

Vessel handling: Anchoring mooring and MOB, berthing and leaving a berth, handling in confined areas with and against cross currents

Chartwork: Review of position fixing and running fixes, course to steer to counteract a current, effect of tide and plotting the effect of tides and currents

Collision Regulations: Review of collision regulations, lights, sound and shapes, application of the regulations

Practical

Vessel Check-out: Hull and rig checks, machinery and systems checks, instrument checks, safety equipment checks, fuel and water capacity 

Responsibilities of Captain/Skipper: 

Communication with crew, delegation of crew seamanship general deck work, ropes, knots and splices, care and use of lines

Vessel Handling: Anchoring, mooring and MOB, berthing and leaving a birth, handling in confined areas, handling with and against cross currents.

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