Prior to the course, we ask that you download and print a copy of our powerboat course registration form. If you have any medical conditions, allergies or are undergoing any medical treatment we ask that you fill out a copy of our Medical Declaration Form. There’s no need to get the forms to us prior to the morning of the course, and we have plenty of spares on hand too.
The course starts at 10.30am on the first day. Registration on the first day is completed in a matter of seconds, so please don’t feel under any pressure to get to us early.
We provide Waterproof Clothing, Lifejacket / Buoyancy Aid and all other safety equipment but it is necessary to bring the following:
Our clubhouse is the first building on the West Pier. You can't miss us once you get close; we’re a white building with our name displayed in large lettering. Landmarks close-by include The Purty Kitchen Seafood Restaurant and the West Pier Filling Station.
We are well served by public transport; the nearest DART Station is Salthill & Monkstown. Bus numbers 7, 7A, 45A, 46A, 59, 746, 111, 63 and 75 all serve Dun Laoghaire and are a few minutes’ walk from the clubhouse.
For further information on how to find us please click here.
Many course participants are undertaking this programme to enable them to apply for an International Certificate of Competency. This effectively is the powerboating equivalent of an international driving license. We’ve prepared a short guide to powerboat licences here.
An additional qualification that would complement the ICC is the VHF License. Our programme is the Irish Department of Marine course, which would also be useful for powerboat graduates looking to get their own boat in the future.
Please note that by taking a booking with us, you agree to our terms and conditions which can be viewed here. Our cancellation policy for this course can be viewed here.
If there’s anything we can help you with between now and your course, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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