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A small, light boat that you generally rig ashore and launch every time you go sailing. Can be sailed by one or more people. You might get wet!

A voluntary, non-competitive programme of activities for testing tool tip final round Testing tool tip testing anyone aged 14-24.

Narrowboats or cruisers. Enjoy cruising on canals, lakes and rivers.

Generally larger than dinghies with a weighted keel for stability. May include accommodation for short stays on board but not as comfortable as a yacht for longer trips.

Generally inboard powered boats with accommodation for coastal or offshore cruising.

Twin or three-hulled dinghies which are fast and fun!

Classroom or distant learning courses in navigation and seamanship for all abilities.

Commonly known as jet skis, these are versatile, fun and exhilarating.

Small, generally outboard powered craft such as RIBs and sportsboats. Predominantly used for day trips inland or on the coast

Yachts are powered predominantly by their sails - they will have accommodation and cooking facilities and will be suitable for coastal or offshore cruising

Expand your knowledge in specialist areas: Sea Survival, Diesel Engine, First aid, Marine Radio, Offshore Safety, Radar and Professional Practices and Responsibilities

Windsurfing combines elements of surfing and sailing, using a board around 2 to 3 metres long, powered by wind on the sail.

RYA Wingsurfing scheme provides a great introduction to the sport, progression and introduction on to foiling, undoubtedly opening doors to more time on the water.

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Inland Waterways Crew Course
Activity: Inland Waterways
Level: Beginner
Type: Afloat
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Inland Waterways Helmsman's Course
Activity: Inland Waterways
Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Type: Afloat