RYA Courses

Newcomers to boating are often surprised to discover that no driving licenses are required for amateur yacht or powerboat skippers in Britain. However in recent years many experienced power boaters are discovering that their insurers are specifying the RYA Level 2 as a minimum qualification to operate even a small motor boat.

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The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) believes that voluntary training encourages yachtsmen and power boaters to achieve higher standards of ability than a system of compulsory certification. The qualifications earned on RYA courses are recognised around the world and many people now include them on their employment CVs.

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Over the past 10 years over one million people have gained RYA qualifications. You can join any of our RYA powerboat training courses at a level which is most appropriate to your experience. You will be taught by an experienced instructor aboard a modern, safe and well maintained craft. Our training RIBs are superb and easy to handle.

We also offer one to one tuition or own boat training. If you are not sure about your level of experience please contact us and we can discuss the best choice of course.

Blue Ride RIB & Powerboat Training

For expert RYA power boat & RIB training in Christchurch Bay see RYA Courses

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RYA courses in Mudeford, Christchurch Harbour, Christchurch Bay, Bournemouth Bay

See below for course details:-

ICC Courses click here for more information

RYA LEVEL 1 - Power click here for more information

RYA LEVEL 2 - Power click here for more information

RYA INTERMEDIATE - Power click here for more information

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