Emergency training for water sports enthusiasts

The calamity training is a one-day training is for participants who regularly sail or sail at sea. At sea and on large inland waterways people are completely on their own in the event of an emergency on board. Fire on board is one of the worst things that can happen to you. After all, in the event of a fire, the threat of having to leave your ship is very present. Fire on board can be prevented by good fire prevention. If despite good fire prevention, a fire does start on board, then you can fight this fire quickly and adequately with small extinguishing agents. The correct use of extinguishing agents is essential here. In addition to fire and escalation, the crew members are also trained in first aid and survival at sea.

We organize this training on request for groups of 6-12 participants.

Are you interested in this training? Contact us via info@whitecoraloffshore.nl or call us on +31 (0) 626 333 533.


  • Base
    • Prepare for departure
    • Effects of wind and sea on a vessel
    • Prepare for emergency situations on the vessel
    • Communication
  • Fire prevention and fire fighting
    • Fire triangle
    • Prevention
    • The use of fire extinguishers, fire hoses, equipment, and other fire-fighting equipment on board
  • First aid
    • Providing basic first aid in an accident caused by an accident or another medical emergency
      Cold shock
  • Personal survival methods
    • The use of life jackets and inflatable life rafts
    • The use of emergency beacons
  • Fire and First Aid Practice
    • Fire on board
    • Extinguish yourself
    • ABCDE methodology
    • CPR yourself on pop
    • Acting lifesaving
  • Survival practice
    • Show life-saving appliances
    • Use of life-saving appliances
    • Demonstrate use of life raft
    • Capsize drill
    • Survive at sea

Admission requirements:


  • The sailing license I or I&II (Pleasure boat)
  • In possession of Marcom B, VHF radio or related communication training of the same level (pleasure craft and sea sailing)


  • In possession of a swimming diploma
  • Physically able to follow the course.

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