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Simon666 17 June 2006 11:08

Powerboat level 2 course intructor?
Its about time me and the missus got some sort of qualification, so i'm wanting to take the level 2 course.
Does anyone here opperate this course, pref solent area or maybe Thames mouth area.
Im flexable on dates,but weekends are better, just need about a weeks notice.
Could even use our own 5.5m rib if required.

Also looking at doing a VHF radio course, maybe could be done together as a package?


widey 17 June 2006 12:14



tim even managed to get a dullard like me through the vhf course

Tim M 17 June 2006 12:36

Jimbo on here should be able to help!

Solent Ranger 17 June 2006 14:26

We operate out of the Hamble. Happy to do the course on your own rib or on the schools 7 metre ribcraft. We can incorporate the VHF at the same time. The next VHF courses are either Thursday 5th July or Sunday 23rd July. You could do the VHF course on the Thursday and then complete your Level 2 on the Friday and Saturday. Check out the web site by clicking on the signature link.

tim griffin 17 June 2006 17:23

If you let me know some dates I can sort you out a course for Vhf and then your PB2 or you could go to Mendez Marine if the dates suit

Simon666 17 June 2006 17:41

Can you give me a idea on costs?
2x for rya level 2
1x for VHF


tim griffin 18 June 2006 01:46

200 per person for PB2 on my boat or 150 per person on yours.Suggested reading Start Powerboat by Jon Mendez (Solent Rangers Son)

VHF 65 plus 22 for your exam fee and certificate you will need a passport size
photograph suggested reading VHF Afloat by Sarah Hopkins . let me know some dates and will sort it for you.

Solent Ranger 18 June 2006 03:28


Originally Posted by tim griffin
Suggested reading Start Powerboat by Jon Mendez (Solent Rangers Son)

Steady :D

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