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Cost £310.00

  • 2 day course
  • For level 2 drivers who want to learn how to rescue craft in distress
  • Price per person (minimum of 2 to run, 3 people maximum in a group)

For candidate that want build upon their skills learnt in PB Level 2.The safety boat course is designed to train competent powerboat drivers in fleet rescue and the specific techniques required when rescuing a variety of small craft such as dinghies, windsurfers, canoes and kayaks.

Course content

  • Rescue techniques to a variety of craft.

Prerequisites

  • Minimum age is 16 as well as a holder of a Powerboat Level 2 license and have had been driving a powerboat for a full season.
  • Powerboat level 2

What to bring

  • Powerboat log book
  • Powerboat level 2 licence
  • Pack lunch
  • Weather appropriate clothing and footwear
  • Note pad and pen

Where to go

Wimbledon Park Watersports Centre
Home Park Road
Wimbledon
SW19 7HX

We recommend using public transport to get here.

Driving

Sat nav post code SW18 5NW takes you to McCluskey's newsagents, on the corner of Revelstoke Road and Elsenham Street, just outside the park.

There is a small pay-and-display car park by Revelstoke Road, but it is often full.

Free car parking is also available at the Wimbledon Park Road entrance (sat nav SW19 6PE). It is a slightly longer walk across the grass to the Watersports Centre.

For more details email wimbledonpark@merton.gov.uk

During the Wimbledon Tennis Championships there is no vehicle access to Wimbledon Park for dropping off and collecting. These parking restrictions may be enforced before the start and after the end date of the championships. Please check the All England Lawn Tennis website for specific traffic restrictions.

Cancellations

Courses will only run if sufficient numbers are booked, a full refund will be given if a course is cancelled by the Council.

No refunds or alternative times/dates will be given.

Courses will run regardless of weather conditions; refunds will not be given in the event of bad weather.