The choice of a nautical
or other qualification
should vary depending on the type of vessel that you want to govern, the scope of navigation and the distance of separation of the coast to which you want to navigate.
1. Sailing License
This degree is known as the old 'titulín'. It is a formation prepared to navigate small motor boats
, up to six meters in length, without leaving much of the coast. If you think this qualification is perfect for you, discover the ten things you should know before obtaining your navigation license
and find out everything.
2. Basic Navigation Pattern
Conducting the PNB course authorizes to govern vessels of up to eight meters in length
, with the possibility of moving up to five miles from the coast.
3. Recreational vessel skipper
With this qualification boats of up to fifteen meters in length
can be governed, with a distance of separation of the coast of up to twelve miles. In addition, by performing the PER extension practices
, the length is increased to twenty-four meters, and you can even navigate between the peninsula and the Balearic Islands.
If you are thinking of becoming a Recreational Boat Skipper
, we recommend that you read the tips to get the PER
that we have written in Sailwiz.
4. Yacht Skipper
The Yacht Skipper qualification authorizes sailing vessels of up to twenty-four meters in length
and navigating up to 150 miles, both day and night. The only requirement is that you must obtain the PER title first.
5. Yacht Captain
To take the Yacht Captain course it is essential to have the title of Yacht Skipper
. This course enables you to navigate motor boats up to twenty four meters in length with no navigation limits.
Remember that, if you have any questions about which nautical qualification best suits your preferences, you can contact
us and we will be happy to help you.