Training when buying a boat

When looking for a new boat many customers ask us about training,  your reasons and requirements differ
Ensuring you have the basic boat handling nailed when purchasing your first boat
Making sure your crew are comfortable and confident handling your new boat
Mooring up in that tight space in front of a crowd
Establishing your seagoing skills
Developing your experience, ensuring you are fully confident bringing your boat into moor at Southwold or Lowestoft

We can recommend two Royal Yachting Association qualified instructors.

Gary Ross  - Senior Instructor RYA Powerboat, Keel Boat and Dingies

gdross@ymail.com

Tel 07739207949

Gary, a former commodore of the Norfolk Broads Yacht Club has taught many may people how to handle a boat.   He's based in the Norfolk Broads and can offer training on a 121 basis or as part of a group.   He's great at developing your skills, whether you are an experienced helm looking to improve or a beginner. His teaching style is fun and pressure-free

Gary is also able to offer boat deliveries

Sail and Power Boat Training Ltd  - Ian Patience,   RYA Senior and Commercial Instructor.  Day Skipper to Yachtmaster
https://www.sailpowerboattraining.com

ian@sailpowerboattraining.com

Tel 07860658430

Ian instructs the instructors,  and from his new base at the Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club, can provide excellent teaching to suit your requirements, on your own boat or aboard his rib or yacht