ULTRA Sailing School was established in the autumn of the year 1995 and it was founded thanks to a few Croatian representatives in the Olympic sailing category and the experiences of the similar schools in the range of countries where these representatives used to compete.
Main school office and the sailing school base are in Split, ACI marina Split, where we have out charter fleet - Split Ultra charter base.
ULTRA Sailing School's is established by Emil Tomašević,
lecturer at Faculty of Maritime studies, Croatian representative
in the most famous Olympic class Finn
and Laser in 90thies , author of guide for sailors
„Sailor's skills“, with more than 35 years of sailing and competing experience
from small Optimists to Offshore racers, also with experience in navigation with big merchant navy ships .
The Sailing School instructors are experienced Croatian sailors
in the Olympic categories with their outstanding sailing experience longer than fifteen years sailing and the few years-each as professional skippers in the nautical tourism.
Apart from the work with course attendants in Croatian language there is a possibility for taking courses in English as official language
Ultra sailing school has its own sailing manual
on Croatian language and the program is well adopted on English
as well accordingly to ISPA standards.
Here you can find more information about the Ultra Sailing School:
-ISPA learning materials (ISPA Book and Logbook) incl. in Price
-Competent Crew Sail Course-> can be attendent without previous experience or knowledge
-Day Skipper Sail Course-> participant should have previous experience, attended Competent Crew course ili another similar sailing course
-Coastal Navigator Sail Course-> previous attendance of Day Skipper Sail course
-Coastal Skipper Advanced Course-> previous attendance of Coastal Navigator Sail course or Competent Crew Sail and Day Skipper Sail course.
Participants which doesn't have attended any of ISPA courses, can participate with us on a Regatta, but can't get an ISPA certificate without passing the course exam.
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Article by Inga Tomaševic