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80-hour Master 100 Tons
The goal is to enhance safety and productivity in the maritime working environment by instilling the knowledge and skills reflected in the Coast Guard exam topic table.
Individuals who are applying for a Coast Guard license as Master of vessels of not more than 100 GRT.
Ability to read and speak in English.
The candidate will be required to score a minimum competency on a written exam.
Navigational Rules of the Road
Charts and Navigation Publications
Tide and current calculations
Aids To Navigation
Luminous and geographic range
Latitude and longitude
Plotting courses and bearings
Speed, time, and distance
Effects of current - Set, drift, EP, course to steer
Deck General - Seamanship
Vessel Maneuvering and Handling
Engine Operating Principles
Basic Principles of Watchkeeping
Fire Prevention and FF Appliances:
Manning and Licensing
Regulations for Uninspected Vessels
Regulations for Vessels less than 100 GRT