The key to a happy and successful sailing experience is choosing a course or holiday that’s right for you. The most important factor is your current level of knowledge and ability.
These courses are for ‘Beginner Level’.
e.g. You’re either a total beginner or have spent less than 3 days on a yacht or dinghy.
You'll learn everything you need to know to help sail a yacht - how to steer, trim the sails, use the anchor and winches, and what all those ropes do!
Everyone can get involved in sailing - even quite young children. We have lots of experience helping families organise sailing holidays / courses and even offer our own Sailing Dolphin scheme for younger children.
This popular short theory course is for anyone interested in sailing, motor boating, sea angling or diving, and works well in complementing our on-the-water training.
Before taking a Day Skipper Practical course, you will need to learn theory. A good place to start is with the online Essential Navigation & Seamanship (ENS) course provided by the RYA. The ENS course doesn't cover everything you'll need for Day Skipper but, at only 10 hours study, which you can do in your [...]
An introduction for those who are unsure if yachting is for them. You’ll learn some basics and help sail the boat while visiting a pretty Greek port.