Spent a couple hours going over blind navigation methods. I was ready to use a Spiders web/log on chart or a ladder to determine position with zero visibility but was excellently introduced to the 6 minute rule. This method was most affective and only Beautiful Bob could explain it.
Doing First Aid Revision with a cold, is something one observes with sardonic refrain, until you recognise every prescription drug and diagnose yourself well enough to stay up and take part in a whole class; coughing once and sneezing 3 times consecutively in 12 hours.
The only pain became watching him take the Cat C med kit away with him at the end of the day😭.
The ISPS level 1 course really relieves me of illegal smuggling of any kind that might suit blind profiling of me in, New Jerusalem. I'm an international ships port security unit and I have no friends to prove it.😂
Anyone still on board, we'll party on the promenade.😉 Don't do drugs X.
1st day of STCW (Standards of Training Certification and Watch keeping) . Attention to fire hazards and PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) was important. Avoid galley fires on rough weather, Pirates and Don't do drugs. Crew functionality is essential in any commercial capacity. The language of 'F**ked up swiggers, ain't swinging about to a good course. Communication stays on a drying height and the boat stays on the swiggers bowl. Not under it 😂.
Rib Runner, so fast it's hotter than a flame grilled on water. Thanks, Great crew and teacher. I'll speed with haste not hurry. Qualified approval 📚🇬🇧🚤
Rib Running for Power Boat Level 2 was unforgettable. I made unexpected speeds for a brown hare and got away with the Certificate for Power Boat standards to captain 10m speed vessels/ tenders commercially.
Celebrating the award of, Celestial Navigation, here are more pictures from the Naval Shoot with Ezra and myself at Pauls Studios. We don't strip it all before Twilight. Ties knotted and Jackets done up please.
I look forward to seeing these guys again. The increments and corrections data was spread over my birthday, June 20th . It was a magical week and the class and tutor were great. I'm ready for Sun Sighting, Sun run Suns and all the planets and the stars. Passed with 99%, I'm motivated for the practicals and my own passages.
Aaron Dia Pemberton. RYA qualified skipper. Trawler yacht captain of T&Eadapt