RYA Powerboat Level 2 Course 2 Days
Want to be safe on the water? This is a widely recognised & respected certificate license. RYA Powerboat Level 2 is a 2 day course for beginners. This license will enable you to hire or charter a powerboat in the UK and overseas.
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Course content includes slow speed manoeuvre boat handling including leaving and coming alongside, Launching and recovery, securing to a buoy, anchoring, man overboard, tides, weather, basic passage planning, safety equipment and more. The ability on completion of the 2 day course will be a self-sufficient powerboater in the right conditions, you will be aware of own limitations and choice of boat and engine size.
Learn from our patient and knowledgable instructors in this beautiful location near Falmouth, Cornwall.
The RYA Powerboat Level 2 course can be converted into the international equivalent (International Certificate of Competence – ICC) by simply filling out a form for the RYA that we can give you, plus joining their membership for the year. This enables you to hire vessels in the Mediterranean. You can read more about the ICC link on RYA website
RYA Powerboat Level 2 courses are normally done on demand. The maximum you can have on a RYA Powerboat course is 3 people. If you would like to join a group of people then please contact us so that we can arrange this. We always have people waiting to join others. This is a very popular course and these are run during the week and at weekends. We are open 7 days a week and all year round.
If you have the relevant experience to go for the RYA Direct Assessment to gain the Level 2 license, then this can be completed in a 1:1 half day.
You can make this 1 whole day if you think that you may need a little extra training in some areas.
For details of the syllabus that you would be assessed on please get in touch.
Frequently asked questions
When are these courses run?
I have never done it before is this ok?
What do I need to bring?
How many people in a group?
I have a physical impairment/health condition can I learn to powerboat?
If it rains will it still be on?
Do I have to wear a buoyancy aid/life jacket?
Where can I park?
Is sailing and powerboating sustainable/environmentally friendly?
RYA Green Blue sustainability scheme
Raising awareness amongst industry and users
Reducing harmful discharges
Reducing environmental disturbance
Encouraging sustainable choices
Mylor Sailing School is also a member of Surfers Against Sewage’s (SAS) 250 business club which is part of a network driving forward a movement for change to protect the UK’s unique coastal environment.
Go to the Surfers Against Sewage website for all their details and campaigns. You can also get involved!!!