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  • Course Code Master200gt
  • Duration 8 days
  • Campus Lowestoft Campus

Master Mariner 200gt Limited Oral Preparation

This preparation course covers all aspects of navigational safety with an emphasis on collision regulations, operational safety, responses to emergencies and pollution control.  Also included are aspects of Master Business and Law.

Subject to the successful completion of an MCA Oral examination: Master (Code vessels less than 200gt not more than 150 miles from a safe haven) / Officer of the Watch (Yachts less than 500gt).

Course duration is eight days of tuition over two weeks with revision and MCA oral exams times slots are scheduled at the end of week two, and during week three our best efforts are undertaken to accommodation delegates first choice but cannot be guaranteed. 

Courses are scheduled regularly throughout the year. Alternative dates for specific company requirements can be arranged upon request.

Course dates:

  • 09-18 April 2018
  • 10-19 September 2018

Course cost:

£775 + VAT per person
NOTE: this does not include Notice of Eligibility application fees which should be arranged directly with the MCA.

To book:

call +44(0)1502 525025, email maritime@eastcoast.ac.uk
or download a booking form and return to the email address above

Course Booking Form (Individual)
Course Booking Form (Company)

Requirements

Yachtmaster Offshore shore-based and MCA-recognised Yachtmaster Offshore Certificate of Competency

Prior to achieving Master 200gt, you must also hold the following certificates: 
STCW Basic Safety Training
GMDSS Restricted Operators Certificate (ROC)
HELM Operational
(all courses are available at East Coast College).

Assessment

MCA Master (Code vessels less than 200gt) oral examination. 
Delegates who have a valid Notice of Eligibility (NOE) issued by the MCA will be able to take the final Master oral exam at Lowestoft College during the second or third week of the course.

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