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Joint practice Extension PER + Enabling sailing in Valencia

Port of departure: Valencia, Spain
370€ Per personFull boat
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The skipper: Carlos, 56 years old
21 reviews

Perform in Valencia towards Ibiza, the practices of complementary attributions to expand your PER pattern certification in crossing: the Expansion to navigate between the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands and the sailing authorization that will allow you to patrol sailboats.

By completing these practices, you can therefore govern motor and / or sailing pleasure boats up to 24 meters in length and navigate between the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands.
The crossing will be done in a large oceanic boat of 16 meters and with a very attractive route, with 2 night cruises and the students will carry out navigation guards in pairs during the day and at night.

The official practices in our sailboat are not for a walk, nor a procedure, they are serious, enjoyable and instructive, where the program set for obtaining official certification is taught and in addition, many skills are acquired as a competent Skipper.

The practices take place on a 220-mile high crossing sailing from Valencia to Ibiza, Formentera, Costa de Alicante and back to Valencia, in a large 16-meter oceanic boat like ours, well equipped and welcoming.

Internships are taught by Carlos, Patron of pleasure craft, with many miles traveled, good trainer and passionate about his work.

This sailboat is not just any ship, it has a long and deserved reputation for its long ocean voyages and the experience and good work of Toni and Carlos, their 2 skipper.

Our sailboat has trained more than three thousand five hundred patrons. Practical training is a very important part of teaching and we offer quality practices to form competent patterns. In this nautical school the practices are not a mere procedure and we develop the official program of practices. The instructor will provide you with the best possible experience so that they are different, fun and very instructive practices.

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Boarding Friday at 6:00 p.m. in Valencia (in the case of Holy Week, it will be Wednesday at 9:00 p.m.).
Disembarkation scheduled on Sunday at 6:00 p.m. in the same port.

We will develop the official program of the Enabling Practices of the PER to navigate to the Balearic Islands and enable Sailing with a journey of 48 hours in the weekend practices and 93 hours in the practices in Holy Week.

We will sail about 220 miles through Ibiza, Formentera, Costa de Alicante and back to Valencia.
We will sail from Valencia to Ibiza directly, where we will anchor in different places of its western coast. Later, we will resume navigation to Formentera, crossing the Freus, which are steps that separate the islands of Ibiza and Formentera. We will anchor in beautiful bay of the Island of Espalmador, which presents a difficult entrance.
We will continue the journey towards Cabo de la Nao. We will anchor in the bay of Jávea and from there we will bow to Valencia.

Each student on board will assume the Role of the ship's skipper, and should think and try to solve all the problems and preparations that are presented to a Skipper on a high crossing, with the supervision and instructions of the Instructor.
Review the critical points of the boat and the checklist before setting sail. Calculation of fuel, water and food. It will prepare the defeat, checking the navigation zone, hazards, anchorages and shelter ports very well in the routes and nautical charts. We will study the weather forecasts to choose the best defeat and anchorages advised.
We will see the safety equipment, the use of self-inflatable vests, harnesses and lifelines, and we will do a mock abandonment with the life raft.
We will do daytime and nighttime landings, identify hazards and choose the best anchorage
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Additional information
The practice of Holy Week has a higher price as it is a journey of more miles and days.
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By booking this experience you will get miles redeemable on your next booking on Sailwiz.
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  • 1€ equals 100 miles.
The boat
This sailboat was designed in the Iñigo Echenique naval engineering cabinet. It is a comfortable and functional sailboat, built to sail in any sea and for its passengers to enjoy great comfort and safety in all its spaces.


Length: 16.1 meters.
Beam: 4.6 meters.
Capacity: 9/11 passengers (plus a skipper).
Displacement: 19 tons.
Engines: 2 turbo diesel engines of 110 HP each.
Bow thruster.
Electricity on board: 12 and 220 volts. We carry Solar Plates.
Vedic surface: 175 m (Major, Genoa and Trinqueta)
Water: 2,400 liters.
Diesel: 1,400 liters. As we are concerned about safety, the hull of our sailboat is made of steel, the material preferred by oceanic navigators for its maximum strength and safety.

When the most common in the entire fleet of rental boats is to carry an engine, we carry 2 engines, to increase safety when we sail. When the boat was designed, we took it very seriously that the boat was very safe and having 2 propellers gave it great safety. When there is no wind the boat only sails with one engine but has the other one in case it needs more power and having 2 engines prevents the boat from being stopped due to a breakdown.

It is also common in rental boats that have very low capacity water and diesel fuel tanks. In the sailboat we seek maximum comfort for the crew, so our autonomy of water and diesel is more than double that of the sailboats of this length.


Mayor, Genoa and Trinqueta.
VHF radio and long range shortwave radio BLU
Radar, Navigation and Radiobaliza of satellite location.
AIS Automatic Boat Identification System
Color television and DVD.
Stereo radio cassette and CD with MP3, with speakers in bath and lounge.
Gas oven, 220 liter fridge and 80 liter freezer.
Outdoor shower with hot water.
Seat mats and bathtub backrests
Large sun awnings.
Liferaft for 12 people.
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  • Model:One Off - Alitan 53
  • Capacity:10 spots
  • Length:16.10 m
  • Cabins:5
  • Year:1996
  • Bathrooms:2
  • GPS
  • Radar
  • Life jackets
  • VHF
  • Sounding line
  • Electric windlass
  • Autopilot
  • Wind equipment
  • Tender
  • Bow thruster
  • Shower
  • Diving equipment
  • Bimini
  • Fishing rods
  • HI-FI equipment
  • TV
Meet Carlos, the skipper
56 years old · From Valencia, España
21 reviews
I am a passionate professional employer with my work and with an experience of more than 25 years as a Patron and as an Instructor in sailing classes and official practices to obtain Spanish nautical qualifications.
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7 users have rated this activity
  • Práctica conjunta Ampliación PER + Habilitación a vela en Valencia
    June 2021
    I think it would be impossible to learn more about navigation in 2 days ... The boat, very comfortable and prepared and Carlos, pure wisdom and passion for navigation. Thank you
  • Práctica conjunta Ampliación PER + Habilitación a vela en Valencia
    June 2021
    Great experience, good boat very comfortable, you feel like a family with the skipper, good food that does not lack anything at any time, A rice anchored in Illetes. .. What more could you ask for .... recommended 100%
  • Práctica conjunta Ampliación PER + Habilitación a vela en Valencia
    May 2021
    Everything has been great from start to finish:
    In the previous weeks they give you all the advice to be well prepared and make the most of the experience. Carlos also called each one to collect everything and offer his help.
    The boat is made to measure for this type of crossings so the comfort is maximum and it does not lack anything.
    Carlos is a very experienced skipper but above all he is a terrific guy. He has been very attentive to everyone and has prepared a magnificent menu to be at sea. He is in charge of doing the shopping and cooking, thus saving many complications. He has lived thousands of stories at sea and every time he speaks the ship falls silent because no one wants to miss his adventures.
    We have learned a lot and it has helped me to gain a lot of confidence and face my next adventure alone.


    Thanks Carlos!
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