Duration: 6 consecutive Monday evenings (last evening exam)
Duration: Or 5 Full days
- 17 Feb
- A SAS or CASA Coastal Skipper's ticket
- A VHF Marine Radio Operator's Licence (SRC)
- An eye test (details available on the SAS web site)
- A certificate of attendance at an approved first-aid course
- 2,500 nautical miles as an active member of crew on a sailing vessel at sea
- 48 night hours on watch
- Three overnight passages of at least 100 nautical miles as skipper
- A photocopy of your logbook which records your experience
- The practice chart SA/N 3002
- A parallel ruler, a Portland plotter, dividers, soft pencils (2B) and a soft eraser
- A calculator with a square-root button
- The SAS Yachtmaster Offshore Exercise and Navigation Tables
- International Rules for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea (HO-15)
- List of Lights, Fog Signals and Radio Services (HO-1)
- Chart symbols and abbreviations (HO-6)
- You get the SAS Yachtmaster Offshore Exercise and Navigation Tables from SAS.
- A short exam covering Colregs and IALA Buoyage (±½ hour)
- A chartwork exam (±3 hours)
- An oral exam (±2 hours)
The course is taught to SA Sailing’s syllabus. It is internationally accepted.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE
Please deposit R1000 into Good Hope Sailing Academy.
Current account No. 1371410011. ABSA Bank, Adderley Street, code 312-109.
NB: Please don’t forget to advise Poul-Ejnar Hansen either by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or SMS to Mobile 0834430706 when you have paid the deposit, stating:
1) Your name 2) The amount 3) The course you wish to do 4) The date.
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