If you know a thing or two about boating, you’ll know that the learning never ends. The same could be said for any discipline, but when it comes to skippering a boat, experience is everything.
Even for seasoned skippers, a day on the water can throw up a new challenge, and until you’ve had to deal with a tangled anchor, flooded engines or unexpected bad weather, it can be tough to get beyond the theory.
Whilst the formal RYA syllabus ensures you have the range of knowledge needed at each level, it’s having a way to practice, test and develop your skills during a regular day on the water that turns knowledge into expertise.
After all, it’s being a confident and capable skipper that makes getting out on the water fun and relaxing for both you and your crew.
We’ve developed Pure Latitude Boat Club to make bespoke learning accessible, hassle-free and affordable, and across a unique mix of sail and power boats – which offers a natural pathway to progress your journey as a skipper.
We provide the environment for members to spend whatever time they need skippering, be that on their own, on a 1:1 basis with an instructor or in a small group setting joining one of our popular events. In all cases, they focus on the specific things that matter to them.
Autumn and Winter are key training periods for our members as it’s a cost effective time of year to hone your skills or complete RYA courses, so that you hit the ground running for the following Spring.
Don’t fall into the trap of letting your boating skills go cold over the winter!
Whether you are newly qualified, feel a little rusty or are getting afloat for the first time, club membership offers invaluable support to help you achieve your boating goals.
With decades of experience, we will guide you through a flexible range of private and shared training options in a safe, yet challenging environment: