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Old 27-09-2017, 02:51   #1
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Germany - VHF Course or Equivalent

Hi,

I wonder if anyone can assist, I live in the back of beyond in Germany and written to a couple of institutions about the VHF Course & Test or its German Equivalent but had no reply, Can anyone point me to the correct website for this information, if anyone can be area specific I live not far from Deggendorf (Zwiesel) but on the CZ border.

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Old 28-09-2017, 14:51   #2
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Re: Germany - VHF Course or Equivalent

Does it have to be a German course? Many sailing schools in the UK (and abroad) offer RYA's VHF courses online (although the exam is not online).
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Re: Germany - VHF Course or Equivalent

I am stating to feel if I read the RYA VHF Book that would be enough to get me through the test.
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