All-in-One Survival pack

OPST Sea Survival, Offshore Safety and RYA First Aid in one go.

About this training

  • Duration: 3 days

  • Dates: 9+10+11July 2021; 8+9+10 October 2021

  • Location: Scheveningen-The Hague

  • Validity: 5 years + 3 years

  • Price: € 544,00

Your All-in-One Survival pack (World Sailing approved)


OPST Sea Survival, Offshore Safety and RYA First Aid in one go.

In an emergency at sea, knowing what to do and immediate action saves lives. To prepare skippers and crews to rough weather and problems at sea, we have combined all the knowledge of First aid on board, Sea Survival and Offshore Safety in one.

The first day you will learn working knowledge of first aid on board, tools and toolkits and to support skippers. The training covers first aid subjects, but from a boating perspective.

The second and third day consists of a one day Sea Survival module and a one day Offshore Safety module. At the end you will have a good knowledge of the safety equipment carried on small boats and the seamanship techniques needed to survive at sea in heavy weather.

The certificates awarded conforms with the eligibility requirements of section 6.01/6.02/6.05 of the World Sailing Offshore Special Regulations (OSR) for category 0, 1, 2 offshore races, and category 3. Full details of the Special Regulations can be found in the World Sailing website.

We strongly recommend all sailors to obtain their training when joining our Race or Ocean experience. The training is mandatory for those enduring the Rolex Fastnet and Rolex Middle Sea Race (OSRcat2 races). 


The specialty training will be held in Scheveningen – The Hague
Expect the one-day course to start at 9:00 hours and to finish around 17:00 hours. Details will be shared with the students in due course.

Price Includes

3 day tuition, both in class and in a pool

Instruction books

Safety equipment for training purpose

Tea and coffee


What to Expect?

The training will be held in Scheveningen-The Hague. Expect the course to start at 9:00 hours and to finish around 17:00 hours, unless communicated otherwise. Sandwich lunch is included.

Course topics include:

  • The one day Offshore Safety module, includes
    • training in seamanship and emergencies, including heavy weather seamanship, weather forecasting, fire fighting and man overboard recovery
  • The one day Sea Survival module, includes
    • a practical Practical Wet Drill with Liferaft launching, boarding, Survival whilst in water, Capsize drill, Final abandonment, Survival, difficulties & requirements
    • Preparation for Sea Survival with actions prior to abandonment, principles of survival, correct use of pyrotechnics and other location aids
  • The one day RYA First aid training subjects specific to boating, includes
    • the recovery position in a confined space, CPR, including the drowning protocol, cold shock and hypothermia from immersion and/or exposure, seasickness and dehydration, medical assistance or advice by VHF, helicopter rescue and other relevant topics.

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