Privacy policy

INFORMATION pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 as amended.

By means of this document ("Information Notice"), the Data Controller, as defined below, wishes to inform you of the purposes and methods of the processing of your personal data and of the rights granted to you by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and Legislative Decree 196/2003 and subsequent amendments, concerning the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and their free movement ("GDPR" and Italian adaptation legislation).

This information does not apply to other websites that may be consulted via links on the owner's domain, and the owner is in no way responsible for the websites of third parties.

1. Who is the Data Controller

The data controller is Centro Velico di Caprera with head office in Località Punta Coda Caprera, 07024 La Maddalena (OT), in the person of its pro-tempore legal representative.

In order to exercise your rights, as listed in point 6 below, as well as for any other request, you may contact the Controller by writing to the following e-mail address

info1@centrovelicocaprera.it

or by registered mail with return receipt to: Centro Velico Caprera , Via Crocefisso n°5 - 20122 Milan.

We inform you that if the Data Controller has doubts about the identity of the natural person making the request, it may request further information necessary to confirm the identity of the person concerned.

2. What personal data we process

2.1. Personal data

For the purposes set out in this Policy, the Controller may process common personal data, which are, for example, personal data (name, surname, address, telephone number, e-mail and other contact details, an online identifier).

2.2. Special categories of personal data

The Data Controller may process special categories of personal data, such as data revealing racial or ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, as well as personal data concerning health.

In particular, the Controller will process special categories of your personal data:

directly and on a permanent basis, insofar as this is necessary for the content and offer of services and benefits related to the activity of the CVC (e.g. type of food or health-related profiles with regard to courses to be attended).

For the above-mentioned hypothesis of processing special categories of your personal data, the Controller requires your explicit consent to the processing.

Any decision not to grant such consent will make it impossible for the Controller to continue the relationship.

2.3. Navigation data

The computer systems and software procedures used to operate this website acquire, during their normal operation, some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.

This information is not collected to be associated with identified interested parties, but by its very nature could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified.

This category of data includes, by way of example, the IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by users who connect to the site, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the resources requested, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the user's operating system and computer environment.

2.4. Data provided voluntarily by the user

The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of electronic mail to the addresses indicated on this site and/or the filling in of data collection forms entails the subsequent acquisition of the sender's address, which is necessary in order to reply to requests, as well as any other personal data entered.

2.5. Cookies

With regard to cookies, please refer to the specific cookie policy on the website.

2.6. Source of personal data.

Your personal data processed by the Controller are those provided directly by you to the Controller or collected from Third Parties such as, for example, in the event that the Controller acquires data from external companies for the purposes of commercial information, market research, direct offers of products or services. This Information Notice also covers the processing of your personal data acquired from Third Parties.

3. What are the purposes of the processing

3.1 Execution of contracts

The processing of your personal data is necessary for:

- browsing this website;

- possible completion of data collection forms for requests for quotes and/or contacts;

- possible completion of data collection forms for on-line booking;

- administrative-accounting activities in general. For the purposes of applying the provisions on the protection of personal data, processing carried out for administrative-accounting purposes is that connected with the performance of activities of an organisational, administrative, financial and accounting nature, regardless of the nature of the data processed. In particular, internal organisational activities, those functional to the fulfilment of contractual and pre-contractual obligations and information activities pursue these purposes;

- purely commercial purposes of the CVC.

Nature of conferment: compulsory

Consequences of refusal to provide data: Failure to provide data will make it impossible for the Data Controller to follow up on your pre-contractual/contractual requests and execute the contract.

Period of storage of personal data: Your personal data will be processed for the time necessary to carry out the purposes of the processing described above, without prejudice to any storage obligations relating to particular categories of data, for longer periods of time, prescribed by the legal system or made necessary by the activity carried out and the service provided.

3.2 Marketing activities

With your consent, the Data Controller may process your personal data in order to send you commercial communications about products and services, including direct marketing conducted using the results of analytical activity, as well as direct sales and carrying out surveys or market research. The Data Controller will use automated methods of contact (such as, for example, e-mail, fax, SMS, MMS, instant messaging, social networks, apps, automated call systems without the intervention of an operator, etc.) and/or traditional methods (such as, for example, telephone calls with an operator and paper mail).

The personal data provided when filling in the data collection forms on the websites or data collection forms in general (such as name, surname, e-mail address) will be processed, subject to consent, by the Data Controller and the Data Processors for activities of a commercial promotional nature and e-mail newsletters more precisely, subject to the specific consent of the data subject:

a) may be used by CVC for its own promotion and marketing activities;

b) may be transmitted to CVC members (Touring Club Italiano; Lega Navale Italiana, Milan section, Associazione Allievi e Volontari CVC) for institutional and/or commercial purposes;

c) may be transmitted and/or transferred to CVC's commercial partners operating in the publishing, clothing, nautical, industrial, new economy, financial, public bodies and bodies with purposes similar to its own.

Purposes of the processing: a) Sending of advertising material, direct sales, surveys or market research and/or commercial communications, b) promotion and sale of products and services through the use of tools such as, for example, e-mail, fax, SMS, MMS, etc., c) direct marketing, promotion and sale of products and services through the use of the results of the analysis and segmentation activity if you have also given your consent to the profiling activity.

Nature of conferment: Optional.

Consequences of refusal to provide data: Failure to provide data will not affect the fulfilment of your requests or the execution of contracts, but it will make it impossible for the Data Controller to send you marketing communications.

Legal basis for processing: Express consent of the person concerned.

Personal data retention period: Your personal data for this purpose will be processed until you decide to revoke your consent and/or obtain the termination of the processing.

Right to object to direct marketing activities

We inform you that, at any time, you have the right to object to direct marketing activities by contacting the Controller at one of the contacts indicated in point 1 of this Policy.

4. How your personal data will be processed

Your personal data will be processed in compliance with the provisions of the GDPR, using paper, computer and telematic tools, with logic strictly related to the purposes indicated and, in any case, in such a way as to ensure their security and confidentiality in accordance with the provisions of Article 32 GDPR.

5. To whom your personal data may be communicated and who may become aware of them

For the pursuit of the purposes described in point 3 above, your personal data will be known by the employees, assimilated personnel, collaborators and of the Data Controller who will act as persons authorised to process and/or responsible for processing.

In addition, the Controller may need to communicate your personal data to third parties, the list of which is as follows

can be requested at the registered office of the Holder.

The personal data processed by the Controller are not disseminated.

6. What rights do you have as a data subject

In relation to the processing described in this Information Notice, as a data subject you may, under the conditions set out in the GDPR, exercise the rights set out in Articles 15 to 21 of the GDPR and, in particular, the following rights:

Right of access - Article 15 GDPR: the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning you are being processed and, if so, to obtain access to your personal data - including a copy thereof - and communication of, inter alia, the following information:

purpose of processing
categories of personal data processed
recipients to whom the data have been or will be communicated
data retention period or criteria used
data subject's rights (rectification, erasure of personal data, restriction of processing and right to object to processing
right to lodge a complaint
right to receive information on the source of my personal data where it has not been collected from the data subject
existence of automated decision making;
right of rectification - Article 16 GDPR: Right to obtain, without undue delay, the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you and/or the completion of incomplete personal data;
right to erasure (right to be forgotten) - Article 17 GDPR: Right to obtain, without undue delay, the erasure of personal data concerning you, when:
the data are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
you have withdrawn your consent and there is no other legal basis for the processing;
you have successfully objected to the processing of your personal data;
the data have been unlawfully processed,
the data must be erased in order to comply with a legal obligation;
the personal data have been collected in connection with the provision of information society services as referred to in Article 8(1) GDPR.
The right to erasure does not apply to the extent that the processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation or for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

Right to restriction of processing - Article 18 GDPR: right to obtain restriction of processing, when:
the data subject disputes the accuracy of the personal data;
the processing is unlawful and the data subject objects to the erasure of the personal data and requests instead that its use be restricted
the personal data are necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;
the data subject has objected to the processing pending verification as to whether the legitimate reasons of the data controller prevail over those of the data subject.
right to data portability - Article 20 GDPR: the right to receive, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, personal data concerning you provided to the Data Controller and the right to transmit them to another data controller without hindrance, where the processing is based on consent and is carried out by automated means. In addition, the right to have your personal data transmitted directly by the Controller to another controller if this is technically feasible;
right to object - Article 21 GDPR: right to object, at any time, to the processing of personal data concerning you based on the condition of legitimate interest, including profiling, unless there are legitimate grounds for the Controller to continue the processing which override the interests, rights and freedoms of the data subject or for the establishment, exercise or defence of a legal claim.
right not to be subjected to an automated decision-making process - Article 22 GDPR: you have the right not to be subjected to a decision based solely on automated processing which produces legal effects concerning you or significantly affects you in a similar way, unless this is necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract or you have given your consent.
In any case, an automated decision-making process shall not affect your personal data and you may at any time obtain human intervention by the controller, express your opinion and contest the decision.
lodge a complaint with the Guarantor Authority for the protection of personal data, Piazza di Montecitorio n. 121, 00186, Rome (RM);
revoke the consent given at any time and with the same ease with which it was provided.
The above-mentioned rights may be exercised, with regard to the Data Controller, by contacting the references indicated in point 1 above.

The exercise of your rights as a data subject is free of charge pursuant to Article 12 GDPR. However, in the case of manifestly unfounded or excessive requests, including due to their repetitiveness, the Data Controller may charge you a reasonable fee in light of the administrative costs incurred in handling your request, or deny you satisfaction of your request.

7. Social plug-in

Our web pages may contain plug-ins from social networks (e.g. Facebook.com, operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA ("Facebook"). If you access one of our web pages with such a plug-in, your internet browser connects directly to the social network and the plug-in is displayed on your screen due to the browser connection. Before using such plug-ins, please consult the privacy policy of the social networks themselves, on their official pages.

Information on the processing of personal data Covid 19

Pursuant to EU Regulation no. 679/2016 (GDPR), the following information is provided regarding the processing of personal data of individuals who, during the COVID-19 emergency, the so-called Coronavirus, access the Caprera base of Centro Velico Caprera or other places that can be referred to it.

Data controller

CENTRO VELICO CAPRERA, Località Punta Coda Caprera - 07024 La Maddalena (OT), e-mail: info@centrovelicocaprera.it.

Type of personal data processed and data subjects

Within the limits of the purposes and methods defined in this information notice, they are processed:

a) data on the measured body temperature and the occurrence of the following symptoms in the last 21 days:
- fever >37.5°;
- cough;
- muscle aches;
- sore throat;
- difficulty breathing;
- chills;
- loss of sense of smell or taste;
b) information on contacts with confirmed Covid-19 cases and/or people who have had at least one of these symptoms in the last 21 days;

The personal data being processed refer to suppliers, students, visitors and any other third party authorised to access the Caprera base of CVC or other places that can be referred to it.

Purpose and legal basis of processing

Personal data will be processed exclusively for the purpose of preventing infection by COVID-19, in execution of the "COVID emergency behavioural standards" provided for in the Rules of Life, adopted in compliance with national and regional legislation.
The legal basis of the processing is therefore to be found in the need to fulfil a legal obligation (Art. 6, lett. c) G.D.P.R.), i.e. in the implementation of anti-contagious security protocols pursuant to Art. 1, no. 7, lett. d) of DPCM 11 March 2020 and subsequent provisions.

Nature of the provision of personal data

The provision of data is necessary in order to access the Caprera base of Centro Velico Caprera or other places in any case referable to the latter. Any refusal to provide such data will prevent access.

Methods, scope and duration of processing

The processing is carried out by the staff of Centro Velico Caprera who act on the basis of specific instructions provided regarding the purposes and methods of processing.

Personal data will not be disclosed or communicated to third parties, except in accordance with specific regulatory provisions (e.g. in the event of a request from the Health Authority for the reconstruction of the chain of any close contacts of a person who has tested positive for COVID-19).

The data will be processed for the time strictly necessary to pursue the aforementioned purpose of preventing infection from COVID-19 and kept no longer than 60 days after the closure of the CVC courses of the 2020 season, given the needs, including health needs, underlying the same courses of the 2020 season.

Rights of the persons concerned

At any time, interested parties have the right to access their personal data (art. 15 G.D.P.R.), to ask for them to be corrected (art. 16 G.D.P.R.), updated and deleted (art. 17 G.D.P.R.). It is also possible to request the limitation of processing (art. 18 G.D.P.R.).

These requests may be addressed to Centro Velico Caprera, with registered office in Via Crocifisso n°5 - Milan, e -mail: info@centrovelicocaprera.it.

In addition, in the event that the processing is deemed to have been carried out in breach of data protection legislation, the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority is recognised.

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Below you will find useful information for attending our courses. If you have any questions, please call us on +39.02.86452191.

Within one month (30 days) before the start of the course:

  • upload to your CVC account a medical certificate (for at least non-competitive activity) in PDF format. Without a certificate you are not admitted to the courses
  • if this is your first course at CVC, please also upload a passport-sized photograph of yourself.
  • fill in the master data in your account: menu "account details" and menu "master data".
  1. For your luggage, use soft bags that take up little space when folded (no rigid suitcases).
    Please note that cigarettes and tobacco are not sold at the base.

    For all courses:

    • if you have already been to the CVC, bring your SAILING BOOKLET, it will be filled in by your shift manager.
    • sleeping bag (or sheet + blanket)
    • sailor's knife (*) needed on the boat for safety and on land as a cutlery (see photo on our website under "Recommended equipment" or "Frequently asked questions")
    • boat shoes and also boat boots for cabin cruiser courses
    • 2-3 linen changes
    • 2-3 changes of sports socks
    • casual short and long trousers
    • light, long-sleeved shirts and hats to avoid sunburn (light colours recommended)
    • woolen sweaters/fleece (at least 2) to cope with the cold at sea even in the summer months
    • personal hygiene items* and towels
    • battery-powered torch*
    • sunglasses
    • sailing gloves*
    • pillowcase (travelling courses only)
    • sunscreens

    In particular for courses on dinghies:

    • lightweight long or short-sleeved T-shirts made of lycra
    • spry top jacket
    • neoprene wetsuit*, essential in spring and autumn, also recommended in summer
    • water bottle or thermal bottle
    • high sailing shoes with socks (to protect your feet from the straps) or, better still, neoprene socks*. For D3, D4 and D5 courses knee pads may be useful.

    In particular for courses on cabin cruisers:

    • light or heavy sailing oilskin (*) depending on the season
    • boat shoes with suitable soles (no Superga or similar, it slips), boots in cooler months.

    * items that can be purchased at the Caprera shop

From the mainland > Olbia

By ship (arrival in Olbia or Golfo Aranci)

  • with TIRRENIA, MOBYLINES or GRIMALDI, departures from Genoa, Livorno (the evening before) or other ports and arrival in Olbia with TIRRENIA or MOBY, departures from Genoa (the evening before) or other ports and arrival in Olbia. For information on current Conventions please send an email to the secretariat.
  • with SARDINIA FERRIES with departure from Livorno (the evening before) and arrival in Golfo Aranci.

By air (arrival in Olbia)

  • AIRITALY, EASYJET or other companies, with departures from the main Italian cities

Olbia > Palau

Palau is 50 km from Olbia, these are the means of transport (journey time about 1 hour):

  • from Olbia port (maritime station), regular ARST bus service. Price about 3 Euro
  • from Olbia centre (bus station), ARST bus service with departures every hour
  • from Olbia airport:
    - bus services every hour to Olbia centre
    - TURMOTRAVEL (0789/21487) runs a direct service from Olbia airport to Palau during the summer months - see timetable: https://gruppoturmotravel.com/linee-extraurbane
    - taxi service Mario Aisoni, with whom CVC has an agreement (70 Euro for taxi up to 4 people, 90 Euro for minibus from 5 to 8 seats, 15 Euro per person per bus for groups of more than 8 people). Reservations can be made by calling 0789/709309 or online www.sardegnatours.it . Mr Aisoni will send the most suitable means of transport (taxi, minibus) depending on the number of bookings.

Palau > La Maddalena

From Palau to La Maddalena regular ferry (about 15 minutes).

La Maddalena > Caprera Base

Every Saturday in La Maddalena at 13:45, on the Lungomare via Amendola, motorboat Apollo II with a CVC sign will take the students to Caprera (meeting point 10/15 minutes before). Before 1 May and after 31 October, the motorboat will be replaced by a bus, same time and meeting point.
Telephone to be used only on Saturday of arrival in case of emergency: 347/6749599.
If you arrive late, from La Maddalena you can call a taxi (see contact details under Useful Phones - average price 23/30 Euro or more).
The Centro Velico Caprera does not organise group trips but points out the existence of a Facebook page dedicated to arrivals and departures so that participants can organise their trip better.

It is not recommended to arrive at the base bycar .

Access is only allowed up to the gate of the Precrociera dock, from there you wait for the arrival of the other students with the ferry from La Maddalena. For the duration of the course you will not have the opportunity to use it.
Cars are not allowed to circulate inside the Park, unless you have a special permit, which can be obtained directly from the Park Authority (Tel. 0789/79021).
It is advisable to leave them in Palau.

  • The base has three settlements on the south coast of the island:

    • Punta Coda where initiation courses are usually held.
    • Refinement, where other dInghy courses or cabin cruisers usually stay
    • Pre-cruise, where the cabin courses usually stay.

    There is a CVC infirmary at Punta Coda.

When disembarking from the ferry, the students of each course are assembled and assigned a place in the dormitories. You will take possession of your sleeping place, dressed appropriately for the swimming and scuba diving test (dInghy initiation courses) or for the activity on the boats. You will then be assembled in the classroom to receive instructions from the Chief of Instructors (Shift Leader) and base staff.
There are individual safety boxes in the Punta Coda Initiation settlement. You will be given the key against a deposit of 50 Euro. In the other settlements there are collective safes. The school is not liable for the theft of items left unattended. Avoid bringing valuables or excessive amounts of money.

Timetable
Life on Caprera is regulated by the following timetable:
06.30 wake up
07.00 breakfast
07.45 lesson
09.00 boarding
12.30 disembarkation
13.00 lunch
13.45 lesson
14.30 boarding
18.30 disembarkation
20.00 dinner
21.00 comments on the day
22.30 silence

Particular attention is paid to resting during the night: very intense sporting activity does not allow hours of rest to be lost.

  1. Centro Velico Caprera is a sailing and sea school, not a holiday resort: attending courses requires commitment, discipline, a spirit of adaptation and acceptance of rules of behaviour. Access to the Bases is reserved only for those who are teachers or students on an ongoing course. Cars (which must remain outside the gate) or motorbikes, dogs or other animals are not allowed. Acceptance to courses is at the sole discretion of the School.
  2. Arrivals and departures must take place strictly in accordance with the scheduled dates and times. No responsibility is assumed by the Centre with regard to journeys to and from the Caprera base.
  3. You may not leave the base, even temporarily, except for justified reasons and with the authorisation of the base chief. Visits from relatives or friends are not allowed, without special permission from the base chief.
  4. Tidiness and cleanliness, which are essential in a community life, concern not only one's own person and personal belongings, but also the dormitories, the common rooms and services, the surroundings, as well as the equipment and facilities of the Base.
    Vital to the School is the care of the boats and materials.
  5. Sleeping after a busy and tiring day is a sacred right, so all noise in the vicinity of dormitories must stop at the hour of silence. Small radios, cassette players and the like are not welcome and their use is forbidden in the common areas. Mobile phones are also to be used discreetly, but must be switched off during communal activities.
  6. On courses with dormitory accommodation, pupils are not permitted to attend the female students' dormitories and vice versa.
  7. Safety is a dominant theme in education both at sea and on land: from the obligation to wear a life jacket to rescue and fire-fighting equipment. Everyone contributes to the work of prevention, to avoid damage to people and equipment.
  8. The Head of the base has the right to remove from the base any student who proves to be unfit for community life at the school or who is guilty of serious misconduct.
  9. The use of boats is permitted for the School's institutional activities. Any other use must be authorised by the Base Head.
  10. The rules reported above are subject to national and regional regulations for the measures, including behavioural and individual protection ones, aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19, as well as those set out in the document "Behavioural rules for COVID-19 emergency" available for consultation. AT THIS LINKwhich is to be considered a substantial part of the present Code of Conduct.
  1. In addition to personal telephones, to get in touch with students, from May to October, you can call the Secretariat in Caprera (0789/727769). During other periods, the secretariat is located on La Maddalena (tel. 0789/738529).
    It is not allowed to use mobile phones on the boat or during lessons ashore.
    Their use is only allowed during free time.
  1. All trainees participate in common activities (distributing meals, cleaning the mess, dormitories and toilets, helping in the sail room and on the boats). This will help to acquire the mentality of common life on a boat where the whole crew contributes to the activities on board.
    For one day, in weekly courses, or two days, in fortnightly courses, each pupil is employed in the "command".
  1. The CVC shop is at Punta Coda and at the Precrociera and is open every day (including Sundays).
    Hours: Punta Coda 12.30-13.00 19.00-20.00. Precrociera: 19.00-20.00. Both are open on Saturdays from 10.30 am to 1 pm. You can pay at the shop with cash cards or credit cards.
    At the shop you can find:
    - technical sailing clothing:
    - windbreakers;
    - sailing gloves;
    - wetsuit boots;
    - neoprene wetsuits;
    - sailing trousers;
    - boots (on request).
    - sailing clothing:
    - polo shirts, jumpers;
    - shoes (on request).
    - various accessories: blankets, sleeping bags, knives. No cigarettes for sale
    You can also find:
    - drinks, biscuits, snacks, etc.;
    - personal hygiene items.
    If there are any special needs (medicines, etc.), the shop assistant can buy the necessary items in La Maddalena.

    From week 23 to week 30 no alcohol will be sold in the Punta Coda shop.

  1. Coca cola, beer, wine and other drinks can be purchased from the staff at the shop.
    Mineral water is provided free of charge at the table and on the boat. For personal use you can always top up your own water bottles from the water dispensers on the bases. 

  1. It is recommended that you bring your personal ASL card. There is an infirmary on Caprera.
    If a transfer to a hospital in La Maddalena or Olbia is necessary, the student will have to pay for the transport back to the base.

  1. The last morning of your stay in Caprera is dedicated to tidying up the boats, the sails, the dormitories and the last bureaucratic formalities, including filling in the QUESTIONNAIRE (which you will have received by email in the early hours of the morning), where you can express your satisfaction with the school's activities and suggestions for improvement: we value your opinion! After filling in the questionnaire, you will have to prepare your luggage.
    Students are brought back to La Maddalena around 12.00 noon by motorboat (before 1 May and after 31 October the motorboat will be replaced by a coach). From La Maddalena you can take a ferry to Palau and from Palau the regular bus to Olbia. We recommend booking a flight or ferry departing from Olbia from 18.00 onwards.

    Bus timetables ARST and TURMOTRAVEL - Olbia-Palau-Olbia
    ARST: consult the website http://arst.sardegna.it/orari_e_autolinee.html or call the toll-free number 800 865 042
    TURMOTRAVEL: consult the website http://www.gruppoturmotravel.com/trasportopubblico.php or call 0789/21487

  1. Segreteria Milano 02/86452191
    Segreteria Maddalena 0789/738529
    Ospedale La Maddalena 0789/737732
    Taxi Aisoni (Olbia/Palau) (also for minibuses) 0789/709309
    Taxi Todde 330/649933
    Taxi Acciaro (also for minibuses of 6) 340/1554000 328/800335
    Taxi Musa Roberto (also for minibuses) 347/3706074

    Telephone to call only on Saturday of arrival in case of emergency: 347/6749599

1 Step 1
Can you swim?

1. Have you already attended sailing courses?

2. Have you already had experience of sailing, regattas or cruises?

3. Assess your ability to perform these manoeuvres in a white-sailed boat, either at the helm or as a crew member. (These are the manoeuvres you learn in the C2 course)

Manoeuvre
Manoeuvre never performedWith uncertaintyDiscreetlyWell
a. Setting sail from a buoy
b. Taking a buoy under sail
c. Keeping a tight bowline
d. Ruddering on slack
e. Turning to the bow
f. Stopping the boat by heaving-to
g. Gybing
h. Carrying out a sailing anchorage
i. Pulling up to a sailing dock
l. Take a hand of reefing on the mainsail when sailing
m. Changing a headsail with garrocci, while sailing, even in a strong wind
n. Recovering a man overboard

4. Can you tie these nautical knots?

Node
NoWith uncertaintyDiscreetlyWith ease
a. Savoy
b. Clove Hitch
c. Square knot
d. Sheet bend
e. Bowline
f. Taut-line hitch
How frequently do you go sailing in a year?
Do you have a licence?
If, in the opinion of the School, you do not have the experience for the course you require, are you willing to attend the level most suited to your abilities?

Your personal data will be used to support your experience on this website, in particular in this form to respond to your request. At this address you can view the full privacy policy: Privacy Policy

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1 Step 1
Can you swim?
How many years have you been sailing?
How frequently do you go sailing in a year?
Do you know how to tie these knots: bowline, clove hitch, half hitch and savoy knot?
What is your technical level?
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Sailing upwind
Sailing downward
Tacking
Gybing
Stopping the boat by heaving-to
What is your advanced technical level?C4
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Reducing sail (mainsail - jib)
Picking up a mooring under sail
Leaving and landing on a beach
Sailing without a rudder
Manoeuvring in restricted waters
Navigating within a route
Assess your level of experience on a cabin cruiser
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Recovering a man overboard
Mooring in a motor harbour
Pulling up to a quay under sail
Making a sailing anchorage
Arming/ramming the spinnaker
Arming/Ramming the gennaker
Plotting a course
Taking stock of the ship
Assess your level of experience on a cabin cruiser
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Recovering a man overboard
Mooring in a motor harbour
Plotting a course
Taking stock of the ship
Evaluate your level of experience on a cabin cruiserC4
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Recovering a man overboard
Mooring in a motor harbour
Pulling up to a quay under sail
Making a sailing anchorage
Arming/ramming the spinnaker
Arming/Ramming the gennaker
Plotting a course
Taking stock of the ship
Gybing with a spinnaker
Gybing with gennaker
English mooring with spring and batticule
Consult a pilot book
Preparing a piloting
Recognising I.A.L.A. signals (day/night)
Recognising a ship's navigation lights
Check the battery charge level with a tester
Interpreting a METEOMAR bulletin
Use a VHF radio with proper calling procedures
How many days in total have you sailed on a cabin cruiser?
Have you ever tackled night sailing?
How many hours have you spent at the helm, more or less?
How many times have you made a Ship Point while sailing?
If, in the opinion of the School, you do not have the experience for the course you require, are you willing to attend the level most suited to your abilities?

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Can you swim?
How many years have you been sailing?
How frequently do you go sailing in a year?
Do you have a licence?
Do you know how to tie these knots: bowline, clove hitch, half hitch and savoy knot?
What is your technical level?
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Sailing upwind
Sailing downward
Tacking
Gybing
Stopping the boat by heaving-to
Maintaining a course
Picking up a mooring under sail
Knowledge of sailing terminology
Hoisting and lowering a sail
Adjusting a sail with the sheet
What is your technical level?
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Sailing upwind
Sailing downward
Tacking
Gybing
Only for C2, C2/C3
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Using a Winch
Anchoring under sail
Reduction of sails on a cruising yacht
What is your technical level?C4
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Sailing upwind
Sailing downward
Tacking
Gybing
Stopping the boat by heaving-to
Reducing sail (mainsail - jib)
Picking up a mooring under sail
Assess your level of experience on a cabin cruiser
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Recovering a man overboard
Mooring in a motor harbour
Pulling up to a quay under sail
Making a sailing anchorage
Arming/ramming the spinnaker
Arming/Ramming the gennaker
Plotting a course
Taking stock of the ship
Assess your level of experience on a cabin cruiser
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Recovering a man overboard
Mooring in a motor harbour
Plotting a course
Taking stock of the ship
Evaluate your level of experience on a cabin cruiserC4
WellFairlyWith uncertaintyNo
Recovering a man overboard
Mooring in a motor harbour
Pulling up to a quay under sail
Making a sailing anchorage
Arming/ramming the spinnaker
Arming/Ramming the gennaker
Plotting a course
Taking stock of the ship
Gybing with a spinnaker
Gybing with gennaker
English mooring with spring and batticule
Consult a pilot book
Preparing a piloting
Recognising I.A.L.A. signals (day/night)
Recognising a ship's navigation lights
Check the battery charge level with a tester
Interpreting a METEOMAR bulletin
Use a VHF radio with proper calling procedures
How many days in total have you sailed on a cabin cruiser?
Have you ever tackled night sailing?
How many hours have you spent at the helm, more or less?
How many times have you made a Ship Point while sailing?
If, in the opinion of the School, you do not have the experience for the course you require, are you willing to attend the level most suited to your abilities?

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