PER practices

PER navigation practices
Your PER (Recreational Boat Skipper) practices in the best approved nautical schools that offer the official sailing practices. Check dates and bases and reserve your place for PER practices.
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València, Valencia
From 9 Jul to 10 Jul
9 Jul
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 11 Jul to 12 Jul
11 Jul
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 240€
Altea, Alicante
From 11 Jul to 12 Jul
11 Jul
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Gelves, Sevilla
From 11 Jul to 12 Jul
11 Jul
2 days
1 More information Reserve for 233€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 11 Jul. SaSu from 10:00 to 18:00
11 Jul
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 13 Jul. MTWTh from 15:00 to 19:00
13 Jul
4 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 14 Jul. TW from 11:00 to 18:00
14 Jul
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 16 Jul. ThF from 11:00 to 18:00
16 Jul
2 days
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Gelves, Sevilla
From 18 Jul to 19 Jul
18 Jul
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 18 Jul. SaSu from 11:00 to 18:00
18 Jul
2 days
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Altea, Alicante
From 18 Jul to 19 Jul
18 Jul
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 20 Jul. MT from 11:00 to 18:00
20 Jul
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 25 Jul. SaSu from 11:00 to 18:00
25 Jul
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 29 Jul. WTh from 09:00 to 20:00
29 Jul
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 30 Jul. ThF from 11:00 to 18:00
30 Jul
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Altea, Alicante
From 1 Aug to 2 Aug
1 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 1 Aug to 2 Aug
1 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 1 Aug. SaSu from 10:00 to 18:00
1 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 1 Aug to 2 Aug
1 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
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2 Aug
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
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3 Aug
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 4 Aug to 5 Aug
4 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 5 Aug to 6 Aug
5 Aug
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 6 Aug. ThF from 10:00 to 18:00
6 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 6 Aug to 7 Aug
6 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 7 Aug to 8 Aug
7 Aug
2 days
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Vigo, Pontevedra
From 8 Aug to 9 Aug
8 Aug
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 240€
Altea, Alicante
From 8 Aug to 9 Aug
8 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 8 Aug. SaSu from 10:00 to 18:00
8 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 8 Aug to 9 Aug
8 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 9 Aug to 10 Aug
9 Aug
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 10 Aug. MT from 10:00 to 18:00
10 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 10 Aug to 11 Aug
10 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 11 Aug to 12 Aug
11 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 12 Aug to 13 Aug
12 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 13 Aug to 14 Aug
13 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 14 Aug to 15 Aug
14 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Altea, Alicante
From 15 Aug to 16 Aug
15 Aug
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 15 Aug to 16 Aug
15 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 15 Aug. SaSu from 10:00 to 18:00
15 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 15 Aug to 16 Aug
15 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 17 Aug to 18 Aug
17 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 17 Aug. MT from 11:00 to 18:00
17 Aug
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 232€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 18 Aug to 19 Aug
18 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 19 Aug to 20 Aug
19 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 20 Aug. ThF from 10:00 to 18:00
20 Aug
2 days
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Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 20 Aug to 21 Aug
20 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 21 Aug to 22 Aug
21 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Altea, Alicante
From 22 Aug to 23 Aug
22 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 22 Aug to 23 Aug
22 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 22 Aug. SaSu from 10:00 to 18:00
22 Aug
2 days
4 More information Reserve for 232€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 22 Aug to 23 Aug
22 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 23 Aug to 24 Aug
23 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 24 Aug. MT from 10:00 to 18:00
24 Aug
2 days
1 More information Reserve for 232€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 24 Aug to 25 Aug
24 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 26 Aug to 27 Aug
26 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Guetaria, Guipúzcoa
From 28 Aug to 29 Aug
28 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 200€
Altea, Alicante
From 29 Aug to 30 Aug
29 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 29 Aug to 30 Aug
29 Aug
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 29 Aug. SaSu from 10:00 to 18:00
29 Aug
2 days
3 More information Reserve for 232€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 3 Sep. ThF from 11:00 to 18:00
3 Sep
2 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 5 Sep. SaSu from 11:00 to 18:00
5 Sep
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Altea, Alicante
From 5 Sep to 6 Sep
5 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 5 Sep to 6 Sep
5 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 7 Sep. MTWTh from 15:00 to 19:00
7 Sep
4 days
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Dénia, Alicante
From 9 Sep to 10 Sep
9 Sep
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 199€
Altea, Alicante
From 12 Sep to 13 Sep
12 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 12 Sep to 13 Sep
12 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Gelves, Sevilla
From 17 Sep to 18 Sep
17 Sep
2 days
2 More information Reserve for 233€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 17 Sep. ThF from 11:00 to 18:00
17 Sep
2 days
3 More information Reserve for 232€
Gelves, Sevilla
From 19 Sep to 20 Sep
19 Sep
2 days
5 More information Reserve for 233€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 19 Sep to 20 Sep
19 Sep
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 240€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 19 Sep. SaSu from 11:00 to 18:00
19 Sep
2 days
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Altea, Alicante
From 19 Sep to 20 Sep
19 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 19 Sep to 20 Sep
19 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 21 Sep. MTWTh from 15:00 to 19:00
21 Sep
4 days
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Alicante, Alicante
Start: 26 Sep. SaSu from 11:00 to 19:00
26 Sep
2 days
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Altea, Alicante
From 26 Sep to 27 Sep
26 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
València, Valencia
From 26 Sep to 27 Sep
26 Sep
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 180€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 3 Oct. SaSu from 11:00 to 18:00
3 Oct
2 days
1 More information Reserve for 232€
Gelves, Sevilla
From 8 Oct to 9 Oct
8 Oct
2 days
4 More information Reserve for 233€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 8 Oct. ThF from 11:00 to 19:00
8 Oct
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 232€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 10 Oct. SaSu from 11:00 to 19:00
10 Oct
2 days
6 More information Reserve for 232€
La Manga, Murcia
From 10 Oct to 11 Oct
10 Oct
2 days
4 More information Reserve for 150€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 12 Oct. MT from 11:00 to 18:00
12 Oct
2 days
8 More information Reserve for 232€
Dénia, Alicante
From 16 Oct to 18 Oct
16 Oct
3 days
8 More information Reserve for 199€
Gelves, Sevilla
From 17 Oct to 18 Oct
17 Oct
2 days
2 More information Reserve for 233€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 17 Oct to 18 Oct
17 Oct
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 240€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 17 Oct. SaSu from 11:00 to 18:00
17 Oct
2 days
2 More information Reserve for 232€
Gelves, Sevilla
From 24 Oct to 25 Oct
24 Oct
2 days
5 More information Reserve for 233€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 24 Oct. SaSu from 11:00 to 18:00
24 Oct
2 days
5 More information Reserve for 232€
Alicante, Alicante
Start: 28 Oct. WTh from 11:00 to 18:00
28 Oct
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 232€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 21 Nov to 22 Nov
21 Nov
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 240€
Vigo, Pontevedra
From 12 Dec to 13 Dec
12 Dec
2 days
7 More information Reserve for 240€
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Frequent questions
  • ¿Dónde puedo hacer las prácticas del PER?
    Se permite la realización de las prácticas de Patrón de Embarcaciones de Recreo en aguas marítimas. No está permitido realizarlas en aguas interiores, como embalses. En Sailwiz puedes encontrar la programación de fechas de prácticas en cada puerto.
  • ✅ ¿Es posible hacer las prácticas de PER antes del examen?
    Si, la normativa establece que entre el examen teórico aprobado y la fecha del certificado de prácticas puede haber una diferencia máxima de hasta 24 meses, pero se puede hacer en el orden que se prefiera.
  • ➡️ ¿Puedo hacer todas las prácticas de PER a la vez?
    Las únicas prácticas que se pueden combinar en una travesía de 48 horas son las de vela y ampliación de atribuciones. Las obligatorias de navegación y de radiocomunicaciones se hacen por separado siempre.
  • ⌚ ¿Cuánto tiempo duran las prácticas del PER?
    Las prácticas de PER tienen una duración de al menos 16 horas. La mayoría de escuelas náuticas suelen realizarlas en dos dias seguidos, realizando dos salidas de cuatro horas cada día.
  • ⚡ ¿Hay que hacer una examen práctico del PER?
    No, los exámenes prácticos del título de PER son de una normativa anterior. Actualmente la formación práctica se certifica mediante la realización de prácticas en escuelas y no se requiere pasar un examen práctico.
  • ✍ ¿Cual es el precio de las prácticas de PER?
    El precio de las prácticas de PER varía en función del lugar de realización, la temporada, el barco a utilizar, número de alumnos o si existe alguna promoción puntual. La mayoría de escuelas tienen un precio entre 200 y 300 euros.
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  • What do PER practices consist of?

    The practices of PER, of the title of Patron of Recreational Boats (PER) are regulated by Royal Decree 875/2014, of October 10, which regulates the nautical qualifications for the government of pleasure boats.

    These are the mandatory practices that are a requirement to obtain the title of Recreational Vessel Pattern.
  • How long do PER practices last and what kind of per I practices should I do?

    To obtain the PER degree you have to obtain certificates of having carried out the regulatory practices in an approved nautical school. There are two mandatory practices:

    - PER motor tactics : They consist of a minimum of 16 hours in which you will learn docking and undocking maneuvers, anchoring, mooring a buoy, boat government, man maneuvering into the water, etc ...

    - PER radio practices : It consists of 12 hours, 4 of theory and 8 of practices in a simulator. In this course you will learn how to handle radio devices on a ship, practice how to make a distress call, how to communicate with other ships, the port, etc ...
  • What is the price of PER practices?

    The price of PER practices varies greatly depending on the season, the school that teaches them, the school boat they use and their capacity, the province and the ratio of students per instructor or boat. The price range of most schools for these practices is between 180 and 320 euros , depending on the factors described above.
  • What are the advantages of booking PER practices in Sailwiz?

    Sailwiz guarantees the minimum price of PER practices. In the unlikely event that you find the practice of a cheaper nautical school on another website, we match the price.

    Sailwiz guarantees the quality of the nautical practices that are published on its platform.

    As it does? Sailwiz is a platform of nautical experiences that puts boat owners in contact with crew members. Nautical schools also publish their nautical practices in Sailwiz. Sailwiz requests the opinion of the users who reserve their practices on the platform and in case they observe that a nautical school breaches the obligations set forth in the Royal Decree on the performance of this activity, they notify the nautical school to correct their service and in case reiteration removes the school from the platform.
  • Do you want to do the internship and the theoretical course for a week on a cruise?
    In Sailwiz you can find one-week cruises in which "PER courses on board" are held. They consist of a week living on board a school ship in which theoretical and practical training is provided. It is carried out by different nautical schools in Spain.

    Check the available PER courses on board .
  • Do you work in a nautical school and want to publish your PER practices in Sailwiz?
    To publish the PER practices of your nautical school in Sailwiz you will have to register and then go to the patron area of your user, register your boat and publish the practice activity and dates.

    It is essential to be aware of all regulations for approved nautical schools and strictly comply with the Royal Decree on nautical qualifications in order to publish nautical practices in Sailwiz.
  • What is the distribution of time that is done in PER practices?
    The distribution of total internship time would be divided into eight sections. These being the following:

    Section 1. Security and checks before going to sea . Knowledge and management of safety equipment, review of the critical points of the boat and checks prior to departure to sea.

    Section 2. Planning of defeat and fire fighting : Identification of the area to be navigated, status and capacity of the crew and interpretation of the weather forecasts. Firefighting issues.

    heading 3. Motors and electrical installation. Identification of the elements of the propulsion installation and the electrical installation. Engine start and operation checks.

    Section 4. Maintenance of the boat : pollution prevention and cabochon. Maintenance of the boat and its elements. Precautions depending on the material thereof. Antifouling Prevention of marine pollution. Management of ends and basic nodes.

    Section 5. Maneuvers : Maneuvers in dock, berths and landslides. Safety speed.

    Section 6. Funding , surveillance and control of the defeat Maneuver of funding and control of the direction and rules of the RIPA. Identification of marks and beacons. Reverse heading and precautions in night navigation and with limited visibility.

    Section 7. Navigation practical aspects of navigation: such as the determination of the total correction by routing, the situation by delays, routing and GNSS equipment, as well as by graphic estimation. Use of the probe and the slide. Fast positioning on the chart. Recognition of the coast, delays and security veril.

    Section 8. Safety maneuvers / Maneuver of man in the water , using the MOB function of the GNSS equipment, and the maneuvers of giving and receiving towing. The precautions in rescue from boat and with helicopters will also be taken into account.

    The development of the parts in which the practices are divided should be adapted to the order in which they are established in the relationship, granting some flexibility in the performance of them according to the meteorological conditions and the hours per session of practices and totals indicated. The total hours must be fulfilled and the entire agenda of the practices completed.
  • Detailed content of PER practices
    Section 1. Security and checks before going to sea

    - Safety equipment : Stowage and maintenance of safety equipment. Use of the life jacket and recognition of its elements. Importance of its adjustment and placement. The use of inflatable vests. The lifebuoy, its use and stowage. Flares and rockets, precautions in handling and explanation of their use. Operation of the fog horn and the heliograph. The radar reflector The bilge pump and buckets. The on-board medicine cabinet and its contents.

    - Checks before going out to sea: Review of the critical points of the boat: bottom taps, horn, rudder wick, portholes and other openings in the hull. Checks before departure to sea: general condition of the boat, bilge, checking of empty spaces, fuel level, drinking water, battery charge and navigation lights. Documentation on board: Certificate of Navigation, Navigation Permit, certification and proof of payment of the compulsory insurance premium corresponding to the current period. Verification of the maximum number of people on board and the validity of the security elements.

    Section 2. Planning of defeat and fire fighting

    - Defeat planning: Weather forecast and sea state. Checking the prevailing wind and its intensity. State of the sea and the possibility of breakers. Tides: consultation of the tables and rapid determination of the height by the twelfth rule. Checking the chart of the area to be navigated, shallow water areas and navigation hazards. Physical and psychological conditions of the crew. Dizziness Prevention Importance of the correct stowage.

    - Fire Fighting: The type of fuel in the boat. Use of llamas and lighters on board. Accumulation of rags, grease and fuel. Leakage risks. Gas installation on board and its detector. Risks of the electrical installation. Extinguishing agents: dust, CO2, foam and water. Types of fires. Stowage, fire extinguisher status check and precautions prior to use. Optimal use of fire extinguishers and how to attack the flames. The fire in the cabin and the fire on the deck, particularities.

    Section 3. Motors and electrical installation

    - Motors : Checking the opening of the sea intakes. Cooling pump Control of possible losses of water, oil or fuel. Oil level. Heaters. Cooler. Coolant level in case of motors with closed circuit. Inlays in the seawater circuit. Fuel level, presence of water and impurities in the tank. Fuel filter and decanter. Purging the fuel circuit in case of air in it. Consumption and engine speed. Calculation of navigable distance based on fuel, speed and state of the sea. Importance of reserve fuel. Outboard engines: peculiarities and precautions in handling. Checks prior to engine starting: absence of explosive atmospheres, levels, neutral and starting battery charge. Heating and oil level alarm. Engine start and cooling pump operation checks, exhaust smoke color and engine sound.

    - Electrical installation: Batteries. Types and maintenance. Liquid and gas levels. Use of petroleum jelly in the terminals. Cable insulation. Battery boxes and lashing. Lubrication and moisture prevention. Electrical panel and fuses. The navigation and compass lights. Cable and terminal sulphating. Charging the batteries, avoiding discharges. The alternator Change of straps. Current rectifier and current peaks. Consumption of lights, radio and on-board devices. Electric bilge pumps. Solar panels, wind generators and hydrogenerators.

    Section 4. Maintenance of the boat, prevention of pollution and cabochon.

    - Boat maintenance and pollution prevention: Boat materials: GRP, iron, aluminum and wood. PRFV maintenance precautions: breaks, osmosis and gel-coat covering. Precautions in iron maintenance: oxide and galvanic corrosion. Precautions in the maintenance of aluminum: galvanic corrosion. Precautions in wood maintenance: painted and varnished, caulking and fracture and wood rot. Anti-fouling paint and state of the work alive. Sacrificial anodes in metal hulls and submerged shafts. State of the government of the boat, rudder shovel and sea shots. Dirty water retention facility board. Annual obligation to declare the delivery of oily waste. Garbage and its treatment.

    - Cabulería: Types of ends and their utilities. Materials. Quilted and braided capes. Precautions in the use of ends. Basic knots: half knot, cote, guide ace, crossbow, plain knot and daisy. Explanation of its uses. Way to make a cape firm in bitas and cleats. Basic connection of ends. Make a tow line firm. Adduced Cocas prevention.

    Section 5. Maneuvers.

    - Docking maneuvers: Precautions before leaving the mooring: other boats, obstacles or ends in the water. Unlocking maneuver depending on wind and current. Effects of the rotation of the propeller in the maneuver. Evolution going forward and backward. Ciaboga Evolution curve Safety speed. Viewing and maneuvering angles at breakwater points and other places without visibility. Stop the snatch.

    - Berths and landslides : Choice of berthing depending on the draft, the probe and the length. Tidal height, wind and current control. Recognition of mooring points on land. Choice of berth side. Preparation of moorings on board. Placing defenses and precautions when covered. Approach to docking. Berth from side, bow and pointed. Uses of the file. Use of moorings: lengths, crossings and springs. Way to tie up cleats, norays and rings. Landslides depending on wind and current.

    Section 6. Funding, surveillance and control of defeat

    - Funding: Anchorage choice factors: shelter, wind, current and fork. Sand anchorages, mud and gravel, particularities. Anchorage probe and draft of the vessel. Tide Control Determination of borneo. Precautions regarding low, breakwaters, cables or other vessels. Funding preparation: anchor in position and clear chain. Anchoring speed, anchorage overflow and approved. Anchor to the pendulum. Give bottom. Chain length depending on the bottom and the sea and wind conditions. Make the funding firm and check for delays and effectiveness approaches. Anchorage alarms in GNSS equipment and probe. Hooked anchor. Orincado of anchors. Weigh.

    - Precautions with bathers and divers : At the approach and exit of the anchorage, when starting the engine while anchored.

    - Monitoring and control of defeat: Identification of marks and beacons. Navigable areas RIPA rules. Lights and marks. Visibility and its limitations on board objects. Circular control before a change of course. Control of delays of nearby vessels and boarding risks. Navigation precautions with reduced visibility. Precautions in night navigation. Precautions in the use of the autopilot. Effects of the sun on vision. How to take the waves.

    Section 7. Navigation

    - Heading and defeat: Compass reading. Navigation to a given heading. Heading opposite. Use of the probe and the slide. Government of the boat depending on the state of the sea and the wind, their influence on the defeat. Needle and true heading. Calculation of the decline in the chart. Determination of the total correction by enfilaciones. How to make a detour board. Plotting directions in the letter. Security veril. Identification of the coast and the dangers to navigation. Corrections in letters and notices to navigators.

    - Position: Position for two simultaneous delays. Position by routings and oppositions. Position by the GNSS team. Fast situation on the chart for delay and distance with reference to a fixed point of the card taken as a waypoint. Estimate graph on the chart based on heading and speed. Position by isobatas.

    Section 8. Security maneuvers

    - Man maneuver to the water . Identification of the different risks of falling to the sea. Way to proceed in case of man to the water. Launching of an object pretending to be the man in the water and collecting exercise in which the importance of visual control, the machine stop, the launch of a lifebuoy or floating object to the water, the approach to the man to the water, controlling the despondency, speed and rudder to rid the stern; the use of the file, the choice of the most practicable place for hoisting on board and pick-up. Precautions in case of hypothermia. Man maneuver to the water using the MOB function of the GNSS equipment.

    - Trailers: Identification of breakdowns that involve towing: government failures, propeller failures and lack of fuel. Precautions when approaching to tow, control of the state of the sea and the wind. Collision Risks Selection of the appropriate cape according to the size of the boats and the state of the sea. Launching of a guide and determination of the length of the trailer depending on the length of the waves. Receive trailer. Choice of the place where the trailer is firm. Precautions in rescue with rescue boats. Precautions in the rescue from helicopter: previous communications, approval of the boat, dejection by rebufo of the helicopter, precaution of not touching the end of the rescuer and that it does not become firm nor it is entangled in the boat and put at the disposal of the rescuer. Rescue from deck and from the water.

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