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Global Yacht Racing discounts get you sailing

by Claire Kennard on 19 Feb 2008
The Global Yacht Racing crew in training - Skandia Cowes Week Angus Stenhouse
UK based sailing school Global Yacht Training is offering a fantastic offer to get new people into sailing - if you have little or no sailing experience and are wondering how to get out on the water then you need to know about their fantastic spring price offer on RYA competent crew courses. Five days sailing, instruction, food on board and andr RYA qualification for just £395! (£100 discount off thier normal price)

Director Richard Falk explains this crazy spring-like behaviour! 'We are passionate about getting people into sailing so we are offering competent crew courses at an unbeatable price just to get you started.

The competent crew course is the entry point into the RYA cruising scheme and we reckon that if people sign up for this course they will be hooked. We believe that nothing beats the feeling you get from being away from it all onboard a yacht on a blue sea with favourable winds. Once you cast off your moorings and set sail all the stresses of modern life seem to float away in the breeze and we want to share that with people!'

If you have been wondering how to get into sailing you can’t afford to miss this offer. Call Global Yacht Training on 019832997376 to book one of our fantastic value RYA Competent Crew courses.

Global Yacht Training is an RYA accredited school which means that this course gives you a formal qualification from the Royal Yachting Association. The Competent Crew Course is designed for beginners and teaches you the basics of sailing.

By the end of the course you should be able to steer, handle sails, keep a lookout and assist in all the day to day routines of sailing a yacht.

The Royal Yachting Association's cruising scheme is a set of qualifications which take you from novice sailor right up to their highest qualification of 'Yachtmaster'. Global Yacht Training offers all levels of RYA sail training up to Yachtmaster including Day Skipper, Coastal Skipper and theory classes so you we can help you progress from novice to experienced sailor with a series of courses at times to suit you. So if you have little sailing experience and want to get started the RYA Competent Crew course is ideal for you.

The courses run over five days and you will be staying onboard the yacht as you explore the Solent, a famous sailing hotspot in the South of England. Incredibly, all yacht expenses including fuel, mooring, skipper and food whilst aboard are included for this fantastic price.

For more info visit www.globalyachttraining.com or contact us by email on info@globalyachtracing.com or phone us on +44 (0)1983299736
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