£325 including everything

1 Day 10.00 till 17.00

Ratio: Max 6 persons

Difficulty: Beginners

Learn and gain an RYA certificate showing that you have all the basic skills.

Personal Watercraft (PWC’s) or Jet Skis, as they are commonly known, are versatile, fun and exhilarating.

Course includes use of a Jet Ski which is based in Torquay Marina. Fuel, certificate and handbooks are all included.

Low numbers to ensure you get plenty of time on the helm.


One day course covering all aspects to safety operate a personal water craft.
  • Safety equipment onboard
  • Departure checks and basic care
  • Weather and tides
  • Charts, navigation and understanding your local area
  • Berthing in marinas, mooring on buoys and close quarter handling
  • High speed manoeuvres and handling skills
  • Person over board recovery and capsize recovery
  • Planning a trip and using electronic navigation
  • Collision regulations
  • Towing

How long is the licence valid?

Your licence will be registered with the RYA so there is always a record, there is no revalidation required.

Can I hire a jet ski using the licence?

Yes, but in Europe you are best getting the International Certificate of Competence (ICC), this is just a paperwork exercise with your proficiency licence and an additional £52 fee.

  • Passport Photo for the certificate
  • Lunch money or packed lunch, there are plenty of local places to get a bite
  • Swimming costume or a wetsuit if you have one
  • Sunglasses with retainers can be useful against spray
  • Sun block on those sunny days


Give us a call or email to discuss upcoming dates

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