Learn to manoeuvre your boat into those secret coves.
Whether you want to explore the rugged coastline, go fishing, waterskiing or impress your friends with a thrilling experience then you will not be disappointed.
If you’re thinking of buying or chartering a boat, there are a great range of courses from complete novice to advanced skipper available from Pembrokeshire activity centres and Royal Yachting Association accredited centres throughout the county. And learning in Pembrokeshire, you have the added bonus of stunning coastal scenery and quiet inland waterways to make the learning experience even more memorable.
Once your days training is complete, you have the knowledge to handle your boat safely. What could be better than to head out on the water armed with a fishing rod, find yourself a secluded bay, drop anchor, pour yourself a hot cup of tea and wait for supper to bite?
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Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.