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Yacht Captain Practices in Valencia

Port of departure: Real Club Náutico de Valencia
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The skipper: Toni, 58 years old
11 reviews

Make official practices in Valencia for Ibiza to obtain the title of Captain of a Yacht, in a large oceanic boat of 16 meters and with a very attractive route.

The official practices in our sailboat are not for a ride, nor a procedure, they are serious, enjoyable and instructive, where the program set for obtaining the official certification of Yacht Skipper 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 Toni, Merchant Marine Height Pattern, 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.

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Boarding: 6:00 p.m.
Disembarkation: 6:00 p.m.

We will develop the official program of the Official Practices for the degree of Yacht Skipper in a 48-hour and 220-mile journey, sailing from Valencia to Ibiza, Formentera and Cabo de la Nao, with 2 night crossings and the students will do the day and night navigation guards in pairs.

We will set sail from Valencia heading directly to Ibiza, where we will anchor on the west coast near the Island of Es Vedra. Later, we will resume navigation to Formentera, crossing the Freus, which are some steps that separate the islands of Ibiza and Formentera. We will anchor in the beautiful bay of Isla de Espalmador, which has a difficult entrance.
We will continue the journey towards Cabo de la Nao. We will anchor in the bay of Javea and from there we will put the bow to Valencia.

Each student on board will assume the role of the skipper of the boat, and must think and try to solve all the problems and preparations that are presented to a skipper on a high altitude voyage, with the supervision and instructions of the instructor.
You will review the critical points of the boat and the checklist before setting sail. Calculation of fuel, water and supplies. It will prepare the defeat, checking very well on the courses and on the nautical charts the navigation area, the dangers, the anchorages and the harbors. We will study the weather forecasts to choose the best route and recommended anchorages.
We will see the safety equipment, the use of self-inflating vests, harnesses and lifelines, and we will do a mock abandonment with the life raft.
We will make day and night calls, identifying the dangers and choosing the best anchorage.
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Included in the price
  • Insurance
  • Professional skipper
  • Gas
  • Certificates
Not included in the price
  • Meals on board
  • Travel to the boat
Additional information
In the sailboat one eats very well during the practices.
The Patron will take care of the purchase of the food and its preparation.
The cost of the meal is € 40 for the weekend.
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The boat
The 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 security. 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
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Meet Toni, the skipper
58 years old · From Valencia, España
11 reviews
I am a passionate professional employer with my work and with 25 years experience as a Patron and as an Instructor in sailing classes and official practices to obtain Spanish nautical qualifications.
I have sailed more than 120,000 nautical miles, through the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Caribbean, with 5 crossings of the Atlantic.
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4 users have rated this activity
  • Prácticas de Capitán de Yate en Valencia
    June 2021
    Once again, doing the practices with this sailboat has been a success
  • Prácticas de Capitán de Yate en Valencia
    September 2020
    Excellent practices. Toni is a sailor of 10, he makes you participate and constant super interesting classes. 100% recommendable. In addition, the sailboat is beautiful, with all the comforts. It is eaten in a spectacular way, in addition to Skipper and sailor, Toni is an excellent cook. Thank you very much and always good bow: D
  • Prácticas de Capitán de Yate en Valencia
    September 2020
    After having done the PER and skipper practices in two different nautical schools, these yacht captain practices have been the one that I have enjoyed the most and in which I have learned the most to sail. There is a very good atmosphere in the practices and now I understand why people travel from all over Spain to Valencia to do the nautical practices with a skipper as professional as Toni.
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