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Aigua Sea School

Aigua Sea School

Aigua Sea School based in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, dedicated to yacht training as recognised by the Royal Yachting Association (RYA). Our school office is in the vibrant hun of 'Yachtie' Palma, in the area of Santa Catalina.

For Training: We are a recognised training establishment of the RYA, We run International Certificate of Competence (ICC) assessments, provide marine radio VHF training, train skippers in navigation and arrange Yachtmaster examinations. The full range of RYA courses for sail, power and motor.

As specialists in Yachtmaster training, our reputation is second to none. We lead with the success of our Yachtmaster candidates.


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The details of the yachts below are indicative. The specifications (including the number of berths, cabins and heads) of Aigua Sea School's yachts may vary. Please confirm the details with Aigua Sea School.

Apex 24
7.47m LOA
Beneteau 57
8+2 berths
4 cabins
57ft 9in LOA
Beneteau Oceanis 54
8+1 berths
4 cabins
16.7m LOA
Delphia 33
'Happy C'
Delphia 40
'Happy B'
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45
6+2 berths
3 cabins
13.72m LOA
Lagoon Power 44
8 berths
13m LOA

User Reviews

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  • 5/5 Stars.
They were just a great team to be around! The instructors are brilliant because they are so enthusiastic and tutor you in such a way that you begin to love the subject. the sailing was amazing. Fab boat and we were lucky to have great weather. Everything, from paperwork to food onboard was really good.
Their office is not so easy to find even though it is in a prominent place (they need a bigger sign).
Review by Judith Gebhard. Sailed Delphia 40 on 19 March 2011.

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