The first 8 hours of practice begins around 11 AM, stopping an hour to eat, advancing one hour this time the second day of practice.
We will follow the following agenda:
- Section 1. Security and checks before going to sea.
Knowledge and handling of safety equipment, review of the critical points of the vessel and pre-departure checks.
- Section 2. Planning of the defeat and fight against fires
Defeat planning: Identification of the area to be navigated, status and capacity of the crew and interpretation of the weather forecasts. Fire fighting issues.
- Section 3. Engines 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 vessel, prevention of pollution and cabuyears.
Maintenance of the boat and its elements. Precautions depending on the material of the same. Anti-fouling Prevention of marine pollution. Handling basic ends and knots.
- Section 5. Maneuvers.
Maneuvers in dock, docking and undocking. Security speed
- Section 6. Anchoring, monitoring and control of the defeat
Maneuver of anchoring and the control of the heading and the rules of the RIPA. Identification of brands and beacons. Inverse direction and precautions in night navigation and with limited visibility.
-Aparted 7. Navigation
Practical aspects of navigation, such as the determination of the total correction by line, the situation due to delays, line-ups and GNSS equipment, as well as by graphic estimation. Use of the probe and the slide. Quick positioning in the letter. Recognition of the coast, delays and security veril.
- Section 8. Security maneuvers
Maneuver of man overboard, using the MOB function of the GNSS team, and the maneuvers of giving and receiving a trailer. Precautions in rescue from boat and helicopters will also be taken into account.