Ocean Theory Online
The Allabroad online Ocean Theory study course is fully approved by the RYA as a distance learning course; you may check this status on the RYA website. This course will suit you if you have limited holiday time but wish to progress through your Ocean Theory.
The online course allows you to set your own pace. Whether you are an early bird or a night owl, you can connect and study at a time to suit you. Your study can be done in the comfort of your own home, at work, or even when away on business.
The course is run fully online with immediate feedback to questions: there’s no waiting for an instructor to reply to an email or telephone call and certainly no delays in posting your answers for marking. Everything is instant. You will have your own personal Yachtmaster Instructor who will monitor your progress through the course and provide additional feedback and encouragement. They will reply personally to your emails and will call you to offer support if you request it.
In your pack is the course question book which contains sample tables to look up, you will also receive Tom Cunliffe’s Ocean Sailing book to supplement the course. We send these printed materials promptly by DHL, so you may start studying without delay.
- To book now please follow this link to our secure online course booking form. Orders received before 12 noon will be despatched by DHL the same day.
Online Course Terms and Conditions
- The online course is licensed to only you. In no event may you share your login credentials, use the online course with another person, or transfer, reproduce, rent or sell the content of the course.
- The online course will be available for six months from the point of activation. If you are unable to complete the course in that time, then please contact us; we will reactive your course for an additional six months, giving you 12 months in total.
- The price quoted includes delivery of course materials within Europe via DHL. Please contact us if you require delivery outside Europe.
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