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Old 23-04-2017, 21:33   #16

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Re: ASA v. RYA v. IY

I can't comment on the others but I found the RYA courses to be very comprehensive. I'm ex-military and the navigation instruction, 'rules of the road'/colregs was comprehensive. Definitely worth it, especially as in the not too distant future having the ICC (which the Day Skipper will get you) will effectively become the standard everywhere, likely with insurance. You'll need it to charter in the Med in most places, I needed it for my charter in Greece last year
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