NSA STUDENTS ARE NOW YACHT CAPTAINSFriday 26th July 2019
The National Sailing Academy is delighted to report that all of our students who recently went to the UK for training, have now attained their qualifications.
Our thanks to the Mill Reef Fund, who sponsored the training and to Ondeck Maritime where they passed their theory courses and exams.
Joshua Daniels, a former pupil of All Saints Secondary School is now an RYA Senior Dinghy Instructor and has also attained his RYA Coastal Skipper Licence (having completed his Day Skipper licence in the UK last year).
From Left to Right: Mauriceson, Junella, Malik, Alesea and Xavier
Junella King, Alesea Charles, Maliek Patterson, Xavier Athill and Maurice Valentine have all completed their RYA Day Skipper licences at UKSA in Cowes, UK.
Maurice attended the Irene B. Williams Secondary School student and the others went to All Saints Secondary School. All are qualified RYA Dinghy Instructors.
The Day Skipper Licence is the first rung on the ladder to successful careers in the sailing/yachting industry.
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