Radar plays a vital role in navigation and collision avoidance at sea. With the latest advancements in technology anyone can operate small craft RADAR
On this course, you learn the use and understanding of small craft RADAR equipment.
You learn how to use small boat RADAR to assist decision-making in navigation, pilotage and collision avoidance.
This is presented in our classroom based at the Royal Cape Yacht Club in Cape Town
We use a state of the art RADAR Simulator on a PC and projector to prepare students for the use of real equipment fitted on vessels at sea.
Upon booking we provide you with a program, what to bring, directions and Pre-course notes prior to the start of the course
For more information, dates and pricing on this course please fill out our Enquiry Form.
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- Boat owners
- Crew members
- Anyone with a interest in RADAR
No previous experience with RADAR is required. Some research prior to attending the course will be usefull
- Introduction to RADAR
- The International Regulations for the Prevention of Collision at sea and Radar
- Setting up and tuning of a RADAR
- Understanding RADAR Picture
- RADAR Terminology
- Fixing position by RADAR
- RADAR reflectors
- Understanding navigation and pilotage by RADAR
- The role of RADAR in collision avoidance
- How to use RADAR for collision avoidance
- How to use RADAR for navigation
- RADAR Plotting sheets
Course completion certificate.
Temporary membership at the Royal Cape Yacht club.
Accommodation(After booking your course our admin sends you a course program and recommended accommodation and transport arrangements).
Become familiar with RADAR and learn how to use its basic function