Where did you get your PPCDL? I heard its just a weekend right?NC30 wrote:hello,
into watersport since many years, and could not convert my foreign licence, i just received PPCDL now and very interested in boating,
any questions, let me know.
watch out this is tricky, think about it... as a sailer you need your engine to get in or out the harbour...or even at open sea at that moment you are a motorvessel wich requires PPCDL!!!! I don"t know how strict they are but knowing Singapore,.... law is law!
How much did you invest from start to finish?NC30 wrote:hello,
i did my lessons via Capt Jon Lum hp 97111411 normally it takes 2 days theoretical and 1 day practical, but can go faster if you have a bit of experience.
Than after that he will make appointment for your exam,
you will have to answer 30 questions by computer and need to have 26 correct to pass!!!
Once you pass there than you go upstairs to ask for your practical testdate, this will be on a saturday and is allways at the Polymarina, next to RSYC.
There are 3 sessions per saturday, with 3 boats and each session 4 people, you go per 2 in a boat and and switch turn, after that they will also ask you some questions one to one. I had to wait for a month to do so after my theoretical...
hope this helps, any questions pls ask
best regards and good luck,
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