RYA Courses London Becoming More Popular During Spring Months
March 29th 2012, London UK - With the recent bout of good weather across the UK, many people will have been thinking about getting back into sailing which has been confirmed by Nomad Sailing www.nomadsailing.co.uk who have seen a rise of interest recently. But for some, going out and skippering a boat is not an option until they have passed one of the RYA courses London.
These sailing courses are the first step in getting trained to sail a yacht as part of a team. And the process starts with first getting to grips with the theory of sailing and learning the basics of nautical communication. This is covered in detail with Nomad Sailing’s Learn to Sail London course www.nomadsailing.co.uk/start-yachting-course.html.
After students go through the Learn to Sail London course, they often wish to learn more. “Once our students go through the beginner courses for sailing, and especially the theory parts that we hold in London, they become very keen to do the practical part of our sailing courses Portsmouth and take their sailing skills to the next level” says Jim Barden, Co-Director of Nomad Sailing.
That is why almost all students will choose to do the practical training soon after they have completed the Day Skipper Theory Course www.nomadsailing.co.uk/day-skipper-theory-course.html which equips them with the needed knowledge for getting out on the sea and being able to skipper a yacht during the day.
The Day Skipper is one of the most popular qualifications to get in sailing. This is because it provides enough knowledge and experience to confidently hire a boat almost anywhere in the world and skipper it around the coast. This holds true as long as the waters are fairly calm and the boat is anchored before nightfall.
If students plan on sailing during the night then more training will be required - this is covered in the Coastal Skipper course. This more advanced training will give the dedicated sailor the right skills and qualification to sail a yacht during the day or night, in coastal and offshore waters. And then the next step would be taking the Yachtmaster course which, once passed with the correct commercial endorsements, will provide the qualifications needed to skipper a yacht commercial.
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- Nomad Sailing
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