Info about getting a captains license

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by chowdan, Aug 9, 2008.

  1. chowdan
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    chowdan 1980 PAC41 Liveaboard

    Hey i looked online but am totally lost,

    I would like to get my captains license for running commercial yachts and maybe eventually get my 100 ton masters. But i need to know where to start out and what i need to start studying.

    Anyone info would be moving me in the right direction cause i am so lost right now. The USCG website is very confusing to me:mad:

    thanks everyone
     
  2. TeddyDiver
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  3. kenJ
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    kenJ Senior Member

    might want to look at www.captainschool.com
    The knowledge requirements can be learned, documenting 360 days as captain/crew is usually the part that takes time.
     
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