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Old 19 July 2014, 07:37   #1
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Training in the north west - Advanced & beyond

I'm looking to do my RYA Advanced course, then probably some further training, in the NW of England. Can anyone please suggest or recommend a good training provider? Many thanks.
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Old 19 July 2014, 07:40   #2
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Wavelength training based Fleetwood , nr Blackpool maybe able to help

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Old 19 July 2014, 07:50   #3
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Thanks very much for the quick response Alzi - I'll check them out!
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Safewater Training in New Brighton are very good as well, as is Holyake Sailing School, I can recommend both

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Many thanks Chris - will check them out :-)
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Hi guys ...thanx for the mention Alzi
We have been away from here for a few years now just doing a few courses when we were back from training skippers and driving bigger boats on windfarms in the UK & around Europe.
However there comes a time ...and we are back now and running courses (L2/intermediate/radio etc) regularly back here now. But we will not be running any advanced courses, except for our commercial groups, here in the near future.
Safewater Training are the guys I always recommend.
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Hi Dave thanks again for the recommendation hows your back after going on my jetski on your PWC instructors by the way its little colin(safewater)
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that's some time back Col! My back is fine...however my nerves will never be the same again after hanging onto the back of a ski being driven by a l...., sorry, highly experienced race driver!
Brian and me go back a long way !
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Ha Ha as long as u enjoyed it do u mind if I give u a buzz at some point?
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that's some time back Col! My back is fine...however my nerves will never be the same again after hanging onto the back of a ski being driven by a l...., sorry, highly experienced race driver!
Brian and me go back a long way !
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