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Pacific Sailing School announce Survival & Safety at Sea Survival Certificate Courses for Dec 2019

by Peter Rendle 27 Nov 2019 17:30 PST
Pacific Sailing School announce Survival & Safety at Sea Survival Certificate Courses for December 2019 © Pacific Sailing School

Conveniently based at Rushcutters Bay alongside the CYCA, Pacific Sailing School have advised the number of course vacancies ahead of the Rolex Sydney Hobart and major offshore race programs. Book now to avoid possible disappointment.

This Course assists offshore skippers and crews in developing awareness of respective responsibilities. To offer and discuss practical strategies for coping with emergencies at sea. To familiarise skippers and crews with safety and emergency equipment, its purpose, deployment, and use. This course is also suitable for cruisers or those wanting to learn more about safety on the water.

Note re availability:

Dec 7 - 11 x spaces available
Dec 14 - 3 x spaces available
Dec 21 - 17 x spaces available

World Sailing Safety and Sea Survival Course

  • December 7th + 8th
  • December 14th + 15th
  • December 21st + 22nd
2019 Calendar available here
Cost per person $640 ($608 for CYCA Members)

Have you done this course before? You will only need to do an update: Times are 12pm to 9pm on the first day only

  • Cost per person $520 ($494 for CYCA members)
Thank you, please let us know if you wish to book as each course is limited by the number of attendees.

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