Duration -2 Days, 0930 - 1700
Residential? -No. Accommodation may be possible on one of our charter yachts at nominal cost.
Minimum Age -12, 12 to16 will receive endorsed certificates (under 18 accompanied only)
Prior Experience -None. First Aid & VHF Recommended.
Course Qualifications -RYA National Powerboat Certificate (Level 2)
International Certificate of Competence (RYA Fee Applies)
CEVNI Inland Test (Extra Fee Applies)
What do I need to bring?
Warm Layers, Boots/Old Trainers. Sun cream, Sun Hat, Warm Hat.
Lifejackets, Wet Weather Gear, Hot Drinks
The Level 2 syllabus aims to provide a level of training to suit all, from the casual and weekend powerboat user, to commercial skippers.
The two-day course covers all aspects of power boating, and provides the skills and background knowledge required to be a competent powerboat driver. By qualifying with "Haslar Sea School", you will also receive the Coastal Endorsement to your certificate, which will cover tides, rules of the road, basic pilotage and navigational skills, and the general seamanship needed to keep you, and your crew, safe at sea, whilst enjoying a boat to the full!
Many of our customers choose to do the course in their own boat.
This course will also entitle you to apply for your International Certificate of Competence (ICC) – a legal requirement for boating abroad. Many countries outside the UK require the owners or drivers of powerboats to hold an International Certificate of Competence (ICC), which you will need if you intend to use a powerboat abroad. The RYA National Powerboat (Level 2) course is the standard course required to obtain an ICC for Power boats up to 10 metres, this is a simple process to acquire.
We aim to teach 90% of this course on the water.
• Launching & Recovery
• Safety Equipment
• Lines and Fenders
• Knots and use of Knots
• Effects of Current or Tide
• Boat Handling – power Trim and Tilt
• Fast & slow speed maneuvering
• Securing to a buoy
• Leaving and Coming Alongside
• Man Overboard
• Towing and being towed