ISSA - INSHORE SKIPPER

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ISSA- INSHORE SKIPPER

 

Wymagane doświadczenie przed kursem:   

Minimum 25 godz rejsu morskiego  w charakterze członka załogi.

Wymagane dodatkowe uprawnienia przed kursem:

Żadne. Pamiętaj aby wyczarterować jacht należy posiadać w załodze osobę  lub posiadać własne, udokumentowane umiejętności/kompetencje do obsługi radia VHF (SRC). Polecamy nasze szkolenia w tym zakresie

Minimalny wiek: 

16 lat

Długość szkolenia:    

50 kurso-godzin realizowane w trakcie rejsu morskiego.

           

Zalecany podręcznik: 

Inhore Skipper Tom Cuniffe

poprzez kliknięcie w okładkę nastąpi przekierowanie do wydawnictwa z możliwością zakupu on-line

 ISBook

 

Materiały (student book) dla kursanta:

w formacie PDF do samodzielnego wydruku ISSA InSkipper StudBook

Wymagane umiejętności i wiedza (program szkolenia) dla pozyskania certyfikatu Inshore Skipper

 

Yacht's construction

  • Knows the basic parts of yacht and what are the designed for:
    • Cockpit;
    • Bildge;
    • Heads;
    • Galley;
    • Bow;
    • Stern, aft, etc.
  • Can operate elementary yacht's systems:
    • Toilet;
    • Gass oven;
    • Sink;
    • Shower;
  • Can fill up the water and diesel tanks;
  • Can operate the inboard engine;
    • Start is;
    • Switch it off;
    • Check operation of cooling system;
    • Check oil level;
    • Top up engine oil;
    • Check cooling fluid level;
    • Top up cooling fluid level;
    • Control the tension of V-belt on engine;
    • Find bottom valves;
    • Recognize the breakdown of impeller in cooling system and possibly replace it;
    • Check whether alternator is charging batteries when engine is working.

 

  • Knows elementary equipment of yacht:
    • Boom;
    • Mast (with various methods of sail reefing);
    • Rigging;
    • Haulyards;
    • Echosounder (location, operation, typical errors);
    • Log;
    • Steering system;

 

Can name the points of sail in relation to wind

 

Operating sail sheets and haulyards.

  • Can:
    • Manage crew to set and bring down the sails;
    • Manage the crew to reef down and shake off the reefs;
    • Adjust sails depending on the point of sails;
    • Make a tack;
    • Make a gybe.

 

Line and spring handling

  • Can combine two lines of the same and different diameter;
  • Can make:
    • Bowline;
    • Fast a line on a cleat;
    • Fishermen's bend;
    • Coil mooring lines;
  • Can:
    • Pass, take, make fast on cleat, let go mooring lines;
    • Throw mooring lines;
    • Describe different ways of taking a mooring.

 

Handling fenders.

  • Can:
    • Fix the fenders using adequate knots;
    • Effectively apply the manouvring fender;

 

Operating the anchor.

  • Can:
    • Prepare the ancher for weighing (switches and controls);
    • Operate the windlass (control the letting out and pulling in of the chain);
    • Select safe location for staying at anchor;
    • Apply rules for safe anchoring (4xdepth, anchor alarm/watch);
    • Distinguish different types of anchors and their characteristics.

 

 

Handling the dinghy.

  • Can:
    • Inflate dinghy, take it off the deck and put it back on the deck;
    • Secure the dinghy to the yachts;
    • Paddle;
    • Secure the dinghy on the deck of the yacht;
    • Install the outboard engine on the yacht (for storage) and on the dinghy (for work);
    • Connect the fuel system to the outboard engine;
    • Start and switch off the outboard engine.

 

Safety.

  • Can:
    • Perform the safety briefing:
      • Under deck:
        • Gas system;
        • Toilet operation;
        • Fire fighting equipment;
        • Water supply system;
        • Electric system.
      • On deck:
        • How to move on deck;
        • How to apply personnal safety equipment (harness, jackstay, etc.);
        • Apply distress singalling equipment (pirotechnics, flags, etc.);
        • Liferaft;
        • Different methods to send distress signal;
        • Make a distress call with help of VHF;
        • Knows procedures to be applied in restricted visibility;
        • Basic knowledge about SAR procedures (RIB, helicopter);
        • First Aid Kit (location and content).

 

Handling yacht under power.

  • Can:
    • Manouver a yacht under power;
    • Approach a MOB;
    • Take a berth/leave a berth (longside, stern-to, bow-to);
    • Weigh anchor.

 

Handling yacht under sails.

  • Can:
    • Heave-to;
    • Approach MOB – as emergency manouver;
    • Approach a bouy/ weigh anchor – as emergency manouver;

 

International Rules for Preventing Collisions at Sea

  • Knows the navigation shapes and lights:
    • Vessel not under command;
    • Vessel restricted in ability to manouver;
    • Vessel engaged in fishing;
    • Vessel aground;
    • Pitol vessel;
    • Towing set
    • Sailing yacht;
    • Power driven vessel;
  • Knows the vessels' priority at sea;
  • Knows how to proceed in a „close encounter” situation;
  • Is familiar and complies with the requiremet for continues observation;
  • Is familiar with other legal obligations of a skipper and crew;
  • Is familiar with and understands after-collission rules applicable at sea.

 

Navigational Aids

  • Knows, understands and is able to recognize latteral and smaller channel marks at day time in system IALA A and B;
  • Knows, understands and is able to recognize cardinal marks and other navigational marks (safe water mark, isolated danger mark) at day time;
  • Is able to use the list of marks and symbols used on charts (eg. Chart 5011);
  • Is able to apply navigational publications when planning a port's entry (pilot books, almanachs, navigational plans);
  • Knows and can recognize light characteristics of Lighthouses/navigational marks.

 

Terrestrial navigation

  • Knows and understands the basic terms from geography:
    • Latitude;
    • Longitude;
    • Magnetic pole;
    • Gegraphic pole;
    • Earth's magnetic field;
  • Knows the basic types of sea charts, their construction and application:
    • Mercator's projection chart (how is it constructed, spreading of parallels, construction parallel)
    • Passage charts, coastal charts, plans;
  • Can read elementary information from a chart that is crutial for safe sailing:
    • Depths;
    • Distance;
    • Navigational obstacles
    • Navigational marks;
  • Can read charts/ plot latitude and longitude;
  • Knows and understands the phenomenon of Earth's magnetism, variation and deviation;
  • Can use a compass;
  • Can calculate, set, read and plot courses on a chart with respect of variation, deviation and leeway;
  • Can plot yacht's position using bearing lines;
  • Can plot yacht's position using the maintained course, distance ran and estimated leeway;
  • Can make use of various bearing lines;
  • Has general information about tides and tide-related dangers.

 

Eletronic-based navigation

  • Knows how the GPS system works;
  • Can enable and check the elementary settings of GPS and plotter;
  • Can set and read adequate course on GPS;
  • Can plot a position on a chart taken from a GPS;
  • Knows what is AIS, ARPA, VTS.

 

Meteorology

  • Knows the Beaufort scale and its meaning for small craft;
  • Knows sources of meteo information and how to use them;
  • Has the basic knowledge about high, low pressure areas, fronts;
  • Can recognize cumulonimbus clouds;
  • Understands meteo messages (including those broadcast by radio coastal stations)
  • Can take meteo factors into consideration when planning a passage in a coastal zone:
  • Has the habit not to leave harbour without valid weather forecast.

 

Other

  • Environmental friendly approach and respect to other yachtsmen and women;
  • Knows and applies basic pro-environmental rules;

 

 

Kursy indywidualne

 

Cena: 1250zł/ 299 eur + udział w min. 3 rejsach. Terminy dowolne

Cena certyfikatu - 350,00 zł/85 eur 

UWAGA - aby wyczarterować jacht morski potrzebna jest w załodze osoba z uprawnieniami do obsługi radia VHF (SRC). Zalecamy aby skipper taką wiedzę również posiadał. Skorzystaj ze szkolenia ISSA VHF SRC 

Kursy grupowe/intensywnie - 1 tydzień:

 

 

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Cena kurs-rejsu -  1 675,00 zł/400 eur 

* cena nie obejmuje składki do kasy jachtowej na wyżywienie, opłaty portowe, paliwo. Kapitan nie partycypuje do kasy jkachtowej - ok.100 eur

Cena certyfikatu - 350,00 zł/85 eur 

UWAGA - aby wyczarterować jacht morski potrzebna jest w załodze osoba z uprawnieniami do obsługi radia VHF (SRC). Zalecamy aby skipper taką wiedzę również posiadał. Skorzystaj ze szkolenia ISSA VHF SRC 

 

 

UWAGA - zgłoszenie na kurso-rejs proszę realizować poprzez ww. strony rejsów (linki)  z adnotacją w uwagach - szkolenie ISSA INSHORE SKIPPER.

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