Radio Poll

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Do you have a VHF radio and operator’s certificate?

No radio
1
3%
Radio and VHF operator’s certificate
11
38%
Radio and no VHF operator’s certificate
17
59%
 
Total votes: 29

Sarah
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Re: Radio Poll

Post by Sarah » 13 Oct 2018, 01:58

Thanks Peter, we do try! We just want people to enjoy being out on the water.
Chris P - would love to welcome people on a VHF course, welcome to join either a scheduled group (we run to a maximum of four students on these) or to get together as group of 3-6 and we can run a course just for you. Why not combine it with an extra day of exploring Poole Harbour by SIB? Dom and I run the courses ourselves so anything we can do to be flexible in terms of timings etc just let us know.
Please feel free to ask questions about training & RYA qualifications, if you're not local we will try to point you in the right direction!
Dorset Marine Training, Poole www.dorsetmarinetraining.co.uk

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Re: Radio Poll

Post by chris moody » 13 Oct 2018, 07:54

I agree with PeterM. I have worked alongside both Dom and Sarah prior to them setting up Dorset Marine Training, and would recommend them without hesitation.

Combining a SRC radio course with some on water training sounds like an excellent idea. I'm sure Sarah can suggest local B&B's or hotels.
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