Good day, friends! We want to share what is happening in Interparus right now. Publications of this format (where we talk about our plans and achievements) will be marked with the inscription “BLOG” on the cover. So now you definitely won't miss anything important!
The first theoretical course of 2022 is launched!
Right off the bat — the first in 2022 is in full swing yachting theoretical course from Inteparus. The first 5 people are already gaining knowledge and are preparing to become real skippers!
Our skipper commands the lectures and the introduction of new knowledge into the minds of students - Konstantin Bogatkov. In the screenshot below, you can see him right during the lecture, from where he says hello to everyone.
Konstantin is an experienced yachting instructor and a responsible skipper. As all members of the Interparus team rightly point out, Konstantin knows the regions of the Dodecanese and Turkey better than his own apartment. You can be sure that with his help and advice you will definitely not get lost.
What are the plans?
We always have a plan in advance, if you like - charted course! It is this course that we have “paved” for the whole of 2022 and are ready to present it to you little by little.
So what are our plans for next month? Here we have a whole few important announcements for you, dear friends! And we can't wait to announce them.
Announcement of the next theoretical courses
Until the end of February there are two! They will be led by two Constantine! One of them is Konstantin Bogatkov, already presented a little higher, and the second is Konstantin Rogozin. A few words about Konstantin Rogozin.
This man has been in sailing since early childhood. Konstantin has traveled thousands of miles at the helm of charter yachts, participated in countless races. Many disciples have already come out from under his wing, and now they surf the seas and oceans.
Konstantin Rogozin will conduct a theoretical course that will begin January 31, 2022.
Can't make it by the end of this month? Work, school or something else is preventing you from fulfilling your dream? Don't worry, we have one more offer for this occasion!
After you have Konstantin Bogatkov there will be a small respite from the cadets of the first stream, he will again rush into battle. The 14th of February, right on Valentine's Day, another theoretical course begins.
Perhaps your significant other yearns for sea adventures and romance, or maybe you yourself are in love with the sea? Well, this theoretical course will be a great gift in any case! We remind you that the course starts February 14, 2022.
You can sign up for the course by following this link: “SAILING SCHOOL INTERPARUS”
What awaits me on the course?
So, it was YOU who decided to take the course, inspired by our materials on the website, YouTube channel, social networks ... However, it doesn’t matter what inspired you, it’s important that you want to learn!
Briefly tell you what exactly awaits you. You will be taking a course of theoretical training in groups on 5-7 people. The course will be held in online. Number of classes - 10 lectures. The course also includes the materials needed to qualify for skipper and radio operator.
Many people think that if the course is “online”, then it is just a recorded video. NO! Our classes are held in an interactive format. communication with an online instructor. That is, at any time you can ask any question of interest and the instructor will give an answer to it.
If you are interested in the offer (and we are more than sure that you are), then follow the link “SAILING SCHOOL INTERPARUS”. There you will find all the answers to your questions.
A few words at the end
For the sake of it, we had to communicate with everyone (albeit in a one-way format). And we want to do it more often! Not only in the format of live broadcasts on the YouTube channel or in social networks, but also on the website. All that is required of you is to share an article, longread, review or blog from our site in your social networks.
We'll have a lot more content coming out soon, so stay tuned! Seven feet under the keel!
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