Choose From Our Range of RYA Powerboat Courses Today
Ocean Sports Tuition are a provider of high quality RYA powerboat courses that prides itself on customer satisfaction, learning and enjoyment. We strive to provide all our students with a positive individual experience from booking through to course completion. Since starting the company in 2004, we have accrued many years of experience delivering high quality training to meet a range of needs. Owner Andy and the small team of instructors he works with, will make sure your time with Ocean Sports Tuition is a good one.
The Ocean Sports Tuition Fleet
All our RYA powerboat courses are run on our 6.8 metre Ribcraft RIB ‘Still No Worries’, powered by a 2 litre 2018 Suzuki 200hp four stroke engine with individual pod style seats for everyone or our 7.8 metre Ribcraft, ‘Dark N Stormy’ powered by a powerful 250hp engine. Both boats are stored in the dry stack at Saxon Wharf Marina in Southampton.
For those looking for the next challenge after completing the RYA Powerboat Level 2 course, we would highly recommend the RYA Basic Navigation course. Students who are looking to venture further afield or go out in more challenging conditions should consider coupling this course with the RYA Intermediate Powerboat course before progressing to the pinnacle of the powerboat scheme – RYA Advanced Powerboat course. Whichever course you decide on, we strive to offer you the best possible tuition, using our knowledge and expertise to achieve your boating goals.
All our RYA powerboat course prices are inclusive of fuel, moorings, RYA powerboat handbooks (where applicable) and free use of waterproofs.
If you have your own boat, we also offer any of our courses on your own craft from £250 per day plus VAT for up to three students.
Which Course is Right For Me?
|Course type||Who’s it for?|
|RYA Powerboat Level 1||Beginner – Practical training|
|RYA Powerboat Level 2||Beginner – Practical training|
|RYA Basic Navigation||Beginner – theory training also available online|
|RYA SRC VHF Course||Beginner – Theory training also available online|
|RYA Day Skipper Theory||Intermediate – Theory training also available online|
|RYA Tender Operators Course||Intermediate – Theory training also available online|
|RYA Intermediate Powerboat Course||Intermediate – Practical training|
|RYA Yachtmaster Theory||Advanced – Theory training also available online|
|RYA Advanced Powerboat Course||Advanced – practical Training|
|RYA MCA Advanced Certificate of Competency||Advanced – practical training and exam|
For more information or to discuss our RYA powerboat courses contact us on 02380 242519 or visit our contact page.
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