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Old 14 February 2008, 15:29   #1
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Starting a School

I would like to start a powerboating school in south of Ireland, I am a qualified powerboat instructor with 12yrs boating behind me and now id like to start and teach in my own school. Can anyone offer me advice on how i set up a school in ireland? I have 2 boats planned for the school, an Avon 5mtr and a 4.3mtr quicksilver. any advice would be great, thanks guys!


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Old 14 February 2008, 15:34   #2
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I recon that boats' going to be a bit big for a level 2......
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I wonder if you have to trim each motor individually

Sorry about the OT post
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Would have looked more butch with a single jockey console, as the cabin looks far to big!
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