To help you we are putting together a series of training resources which may help you to get more enjoyment from your course.
We will be building up the reference material in this section but if there is any thing you would like more specific information on please let us know.
The following literature has been designed to help you with learning some of the key words you are going to hear during your RYA Courses.
We are going to introduce you to knots, splices and general ropework. You will learn anything from rope construction and maintenance to blocks & tackles, lashings & bindings and splicing. We try to cover knots and ropework which are essential to all boating activities.
In our VHF Blog section we are adding the pre course reading needed before attending a VHF course.
Safety is paramount and the basis of all RYA courses. We will be adding various articles on safety which we hope you will find useful.
Navigate your yacht from one port to another in the safest, most economical and timely fashion.
At Endeavur Sailing we teach you to observe and forecast weather conditions using traditional maritime skills and modern technology. Knowledge of weather information for planning and adapting navigation during short and extended trips.
These notes are for all boat users, and we hope they will help you to minimise the impact of your boat on the sea, the coastline and marine wildlife.
Government and coastal authorities expect boat users to regulate their own activities, without being policed. Please help to keep it that way by following these guidelines.
To assist you in preparing for your course, you will find in this section all the RYA Practial Syllabi for the courses so you can read through and see what you will be covering.
To assist you in preparing for your course, you will find in this section all the RYA Theory Syllabi for the courses so you can read through and see what you will be covering.
To assist you in preparing for your course, you will find in this section all the RYA One Day Course Syllabi for the courses so you can read through and see what you will be covering.