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STCW'95 - NOW STCW'2010 !

The most important course for crew on mega yachts and for ANYONE working on yachts, day charter boats, charter yachts, fishing boats, tour boats and all vessels which have paying passengers on board is the STCW'95 course, now upgraded to STCW'2010
This is the full MCA 6-day basic STCW'2010 course


Master of Yachts 200 Ton

Master of Yachts 200 Tons Limited (Offshore)
Command of a Yacht under 200 Tons, up to150 miles offshore.
Master of Yachts 200 Tons Unlimited (Ocean)
Command of a Yacht up to 200 Tons unlimited ocean sailings.

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Small Powerboat and RIB Course

MCA Recognized Certification LEVEL 2

Entry Requirements: Min. age 16 - Physically Fit
Operators of RIBs in the Mediterranean and other places are now required to be in possession of this approved certificate of competence.


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VHF Radio Course

This certificate  is a worldwide requirement if you are using any VHF radio hand held or installed on your Yacht or Tender.

On Board Training, Refreshing and Custom Courses

  • Our Maritime School offers several courses and levels that can be instructed on board of your yacht or vessel.
    We can even come to other Islands to do courses on board when the yacht is not coming to St.Maarten-St.Martin.

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  • Several Cruise Lines and large yachts come to the Maritime School to do STCW'2010 basic courses or refreshing courses which are instructed from 9.00 am until 4.00 pm during one day every week for six weeks so that they have a complete and full course over time.

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  • The Maritime School of the West Indies will soon offer sailing courses on board Square Riggers.
    As a trainee crew member, you will stand watches, take your turn steering the ship and perform lookout, handle lines on deck, set and take in sails, help with maintenance, assist in the galley and climb aloft in the rigging.

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