Pleasure Craft Skipper Course

The Tallinn Bay Boating pleasure craft skipper training consists of 66 academic hours dispersed across a period of 7-8 weeks, including practical training. During practical training, future skippers will have the chance to try out in actual conditions the principal maneuvers that may well come in handy on the sea. Theoretical classes are normally held on weeknights from 6 PM to 9 PM in Tallinn at Sakala 21. Classes are held in Estonian and Russian.

Start-dates of the next available training course are as follows:

in agreement with the instructor.

Training is deemed to be successfully completed upon passing an exam assessed by the Estonian Maritime Administration examination board.

Following successful completion of the above training course, graduates will be certified as pleasure craft skippers, empowering them to navigate pleasure crafts of up to 24 meters to wherever their heart desires.

Participation fee: EUR 500

Intensive training participation fee: depending on group size

Intensive training for private individuals: EUR 2,000 (+ EUR 50 for practical sailboat training)

Boating classes for beginners

Classes (3 hours per class) take place on Tallinn Bay on the motorboat Bayliner 175.

Participation fee (one 3-hour class): EUR 50

Departure: Pirita Yacht Harbor

See you on the sea!

Training course gift cards are also available.


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