Razgar Travel Yachting School is an authorized skipper training center according to ISSA international standards.

A 10-day intensive course is the best option for those who want to learn how to sail a yacht and get their license quickly.

ISSA Inshore Skipper + VHF Professional
Training program
The entire course is conducted in the Mediterranean Sea under the guidance of an experienced instructor and lasts 10 days.
Work in small groups. This will give everyone the opportunity to fully participate in the process without tedious queues to “steer”.

For training, we use only fresh yachts that have not been on charter for “too” long.

During the first stage, cadets devote more time to studying theory with practical consolidation of new knowledge and regular training.

The second stage is entirely devoted to the basics of safe navigation and working with sails.

After the intensive course, the cadet passes an exam, receives a license and becomes the owner of a sufficient amount of knowledge and skills to take the first steps in organizing and conducting independent yachting.
international sailing schools association
• ISSA – International Sailing School Association — one of the most popular and prestigious yachting associations.

• Perpetual – This license does not require renewal or renewal. It is issued for life.

• Day+Night – this type of license gives you the right to operate a yacht at any time of the day, after the necessary practice.

• ISSA Inshore Skipper – the opportunity to rent yachts and catamarans up to 24 meters almost all over the world.
250+ nautical miles
The practice is carried out only on modern yachts equipped for comfortable living.
On the first day, the team deals with the acceptance of the yacht, resettlement and other everyday issues.

The next few days are devoted to studying the design of the yacht, working with sails, and mooring operations. There are lectures every day, and in the evenings analysis of real and hypothetical situations, which helps to avoid many mistakes in the future.

During the final block of training, each of the cadets tries on the role of a captain - plotting a route, keeping a ship's log, learning to interact with the crew to practice maneuvers.

At the end of the training, cadets confirm their qualifications, and after 5-6 weeks they can receive documents - a license to operate the ISSA Inshore Skipper yacht and a VHF operator license.
What do we use?
Maritime practice takes place exclusively on modern yachts that meet the necessary standards of comfort and safety.

These are always only “fresh” monohulls, the most popular shipyards that novice skippers may come across at the beginning of independent travel. The minimum yacht size is 44 feet.

Accommodation on a yacht - practice takes place in route mode with anchorages and marina changes.

If there are places available, a cadet can take an accompanying person with him for an additional fee (from 500 euros) or order single occupancy in a cabin.
Included in the price:
  • Yacht
  • Instructor
  • Bed sheets
  • Towels
  • Engine for dinghy
  • Branded Logbook
Single occupancy or "+1"
- from 500 euros. (number of places is limited)
Additional expenses:
  • Flight
  • Transfer to/from the marina
  • Ship's cash register
  • Contribution to the association
31/07 - 10/08 - Greece; Price - 1,400 €; 7 places - Reservation
Booking conditions.
To reserve a place, you must pay 50% of the cost of participation. The balance is paid no later than 30 calendar days before the start of the event.

“Hold your place for a couple of days” option for those who need a little time to coordinate holidays, book and pay for their participation. Cost - 150 euros, validity - 48 hours.

Cancellation conditions.
If a reservation is canceled more than 1 month before the start of the event, the entire amount is returned to the client minus administrative fees (commissions, transfers, etc.).

If you refuse to participate less than 1 month before the start, the prepayment is refunded only if we find a replacement participant.
1. Shoes.
a) For a yacht, it is advisable to take shoes with white or non-marking soles - sneakers, Crocs, sandals.
b) Comfortable shoes are also important for trekking and walking. Do not take with you a new one that has not been used.
c) Flip-flops, flip-flops - shower, beach, cabin.
2. Windproof clothing!
3. Warm clothes for evening gatherings.
4. Shorts, T-shirts, compression shorts (and long sleeves too)
5. Change of underwear, sock
1. Sunglasses.
2. Cap, baseball cap, Panama hat or something similar. Heatstroke is a tricky thing. It's better to avoid them.
3. Clock.
4. Gloves for those who want to plunge into yachting with their ears and pull the ropes that the captain points out.
5. Flashlight.
6. Power banks and chargers for them.
7. Mask and fins.
1. Sunscreen or sunscreen.
2. Panthenol! If the sun is still hot.
3. Remedies for your own chronic diseases (if any)
4. Hygienic lipstick.
5. Hand sanitizers.
6. Band-aid, activated carbon, smecta, spasmalgon and other medications from your personal first aid kit.
7. Toiletries.
We will definitely discuss the final list of things you need to take with you before departure, but for now you can estimate offhand what is missing.
Ship's cash desk
During all practical trips, cadets form a common cash register for the purchase of provisions, drinks, mooring, fuel, etc.
If you run out of something, you buy more on the way. At the end of the internship, expenses are shared equally among everyone. The size of the ship's cash desk depends on the crew's expenses for the week.
Refundable security
Each participant freezes the card or deposits cash collateral in a predetermined amount in the form of a security deposit - 350-400 euros.
The deposit is refundable - the charter company returns it after the end of the trip if everything is in order with the yacht.
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