Guests who passed their prestigious RYA Yachtmaster exams with Reginasailing
The proud students driving the boat back to Lymington after having passed their Yachtmaster exam. Screenshot of TimeZero Navigation system.
The red line is the track behind the boat on the electronic charting system.
The same message seen on Marine Traffic that day.
Many sail training participants keep returning year after year to Reginasailing in order to become yet more confident and experienced – further to the fun, of course. Combining cruising in exotic, thrilling areas while building experience, knowledge and skills at the same time, does not seldom eventually lead towards the RYA Yachtmaster. It is easy to forget how much you actually learn, when the atmosphere is positive and you feel safe and comfortable while stretching your borders outside your ordinary comfort zone, without really noticing.
Meeting among Reginasailing Yachtmasters and Day Skippers in Cowes 2017, whereby three Yachtmasters and two Day Skippers came sailing to Cowes with their own Hallberg-Rassy’s in order to participate at the re-union. From left to right: Day Skipper Ursula, Yachtmaster Heinz, Yachtmaster William, Day Skipper Inger-Johanne, Yachtmaster-in-Spe (2018) Marianne, Yachtmaster Kurt, Leon, Yachtmaster Anita. Photo taken by Yachtmaster Gaby.
Yachtmaster Heinz, who just picked up their new HR39 he bought together with his partner Ursula, said after the Yachtmaster reunion in Cowes: “To get to know you, Leon, is the second best thing that has ever happened to me! (The best is Ursula, of course!). Our meeting in Cowes was such a great experience, the atmosphere was so wonderfully relaxed and encouraging and all discussions about our new HR39 so helpful! My heart is filled with joy and pride. Ursula and I are also so much looking forward to sailing on Regina Laska again in a couple of weeks – this time in Scotland!”
Following is a list of guests who have reached their RYA Yachtmaster Certificate. Congratulations to a great achievement! Some of them keep returning to Reginasailing nevertheless, just for the sake of pleasure and comradeship – long after having passed their exams or even having purchased their own boats in the mean time!
Our examiner Allan, who is kind enough to examine the Reginasailing students. He is a very experienced sailor, having worked as an RYA Instructor for 25 years before becoming an examiner. In his log, he has, for instance, rounded Cape Horn during the very first Whitbread Round the World Race back in 1973. Reginasailing Yachtmasters are proud to have been examined by such a competent examiner, assessing each one on a very high and competent level.
The Reginasailing Yachtmasters: