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Ocean Milebuilding on a Hallberg Rassy 46

More details available on https://www.carberysailing.com/booking/long-ocean-passage/64-07-10-2016
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Check out our RYA sailing courses in Tenerife from November 2016 ~ March 2017.

https://www.carberysailing.com/sail-canaries
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Only one place left for the ocean passage from Ahakista to Madeira.

Book Now for this sailing adventure.

https://www.facebook.com/events/865761340191465/
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YOU WILL HAVE EXCLUSIVE USE OF OUR YACHTS AND OF OUR QUALIFIED SKIPPERS/INSTRUCTORS, WHO ENCOURAGE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION FROM THOSE WHO WANT TO OR JUST SIMPLY RELAX AND ENJOY THE CRUISE!

On the half day sail we explore the coast of the Mizen and Sheep's Head peninsula's in Dunmanus Bay at close hand and enable you to observe the sea arches cut by wave action. When safe to do so, we sail close to Carbery Island and with luck spot seals at rest on the rocks. Were ever you look in Dunmanus Bay the views will be memorable.

The coast of West Cork is rich in sea life, so expect to be visited by the local dolphins and seals who are always curious and love to show off alongside sailing yachts.

Enjoy our home made soup & rolls which will be served during the cruise. You may also have tea, coffee & biscuits if you wish. As far as possible our products are sourced from local producers.

Half Day sailors just need to bring warm clothes, basic waterproofs, flat soft sole shoes/trainers, camera and sun tan cream! Safety gear is supplied.

https://www.carberysailing.com/sail-ireland/half-day-sail
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21/06/2016
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RYA Day Skipper Practical

Skippering a yacht for the first time can be a daunting yet exhilarating experience. The RYA Day Skipper practical course is designed to teach you to "Take Charge" safely and confidently. A skipper does much more than navigate. They are responsible for the complete safety and well-being of the yacht and crew. These responsibilities include weather forecasting, victualling, engine maintenance, sail selection and handling, passage planning, watch keeping, navigation and pilotage.
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RYA Day Skipper Combined Theory & Practical

Our Fast-track course over 9 days starts on a Saturday morning and runs through till the following Sunday afternoon, so you only need to take 5 days off from work. Our experience shows that students find completing the practical session straight after the theory really helps reinforce their learning process.

More details on https://www.carberysailing.com/rya-training-courses/fast-track-day-skipper
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RYA Competent Crew is your starting point for your RYA training. The course introduces the absolute beginner to the delights of sailing aboard a real cruising yacht. It is also an ideal stepping stone for dinghy sailors to try yachting and for those who have already done some crewing but wish to learn the right way. Check out our sailing courses in Ireland https://www.carberysailing.com/rya-training-courses/rya-competent-crew
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Explore the crystal clear waters of West Cork on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way with Carbery Sailing. You will visit our outlying islands and sail pass those that used to be inhabited where the ruins of famine houses are still visible. See http://bit.ly/231rLrF for more details.
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Life on the ocean wave is somewhat different from city dwelling. You have time to reflect and take in the beauty of the seascape during the day and the cosmos at night. Or even take a dip in the ocean that is 5km deep. See http://bit.ly/1cUmjBZ for more details.
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