Powerboat Lesson FAQ’s
Is there an advantage to becoming certified on the national skill-based standards?
How long is an “on-the-water” lesson?
Why aren’t the sessions longer?
Do you offer stand-alone lessons without becoming certified?
Who teaches the 'on the water' courses?
Do I receive a certificate of completion for the lessons given?
What courses are offered on the Cruisers 370?
What courses are offered on the Marquis 55?
I just bought a boat and my insurance requires that I take lessons – can you give me powerboat lessons on my boat?
What if I don’t think I’m ready, or have the ability to safely pilot the boat after obtaining Basic Powerboat and Night courses?
Can I use the services of a Deck-Hand to assist me when I bareboat charter?
What happens if the weather is bad?
What is your cancellation policy?
Charter Internationally FAQ’s
What certification is required to charter a boat internationally?
Intern Captain/ Instructor FAQ’s
Does Yachts4Fun have a Captain/Instructor intern program?
How do I enroll as an intern captain/instructor with Yachts4Fun?
Can I earn an income as an intern?
What services can a Deck-Hand provide?
Licensed Captain FAQ’s
What are the requirements to obtain USCG license?
What qualifies as a “sea day”?
Do bareboat charters provided by Yachts4Fun qualify for “sea-time”?
What rating will I qualify for on my USCG license?
How can I qualify for a higher rating (tonnage) USCG license?
How can I prepare and take the USCG exam?
How do I become a USPB certified instructor with Yachts4Fun?