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Short Notice Towing Job

Lee Hanson is looking for a deckhand or mate of towing to work on his tug engaged in dive and salvage operations. This is short notice, he needs someone to fill the position by June 20th; so my guess is that … Continue reading

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500/1600 ton License Prep Course

We offer a 500/1600 ton License Prep class for mariners seeking National Officer Endorsements that require examination at a USCG Regional Exam Center (REC). The cost of this course is $1,500 and the mariner has one-year to complete the course and … Continue reading

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Mate of Towing Needed!

Drake Construction is hiring a Mate of Towing.  Minimum Requirements: MMC endorsed for Mate of Towing and Radar Endorsement. Alaskan Experience a plus! Apply online >> Or via email >> To learn more about how to qualify for Mate of Towing … Continue reading

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What is the Fastest way to get Master of Towing?

I am often asked the question “What is the fastest way to get a Master of Towing endorsement?” The answer depends on what endorsement you have now. If you hold a Master 500 ton or higher endorsement than all you … Continue reading

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How to Upgrade from Inland to Near Coastal

An Inland route covers all federally navigable Inland waters of the United States, including Puget Sound, the Straights of Juan De Fuca, SE Alaska, and the inside passage through British Columbia. The Near Coastal route is considered a superior route … Continue reading

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Inland verses Near Coastal

OUPV and Master licenses are issued with routes that describe the body of water that the license has authority over. The most common two routes are Inland and Near Coastal. An Inland route includes all federally navigable inland waters of … Continue reading

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Captain License Structure

Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC) Officer endorsements, commonly called the Captain Licenses, are issued a Master, Mate, or Operator endorsements with one of the following routes. An Oceans route has authority over all federally navigable Inland waters of the United States, … Continue reading

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