The Triton

News

MPT to offer evening course for captain’s license

ADVERTISEMENT

Maritime Professional Training in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is offering a two-week evening course to earn a captain’s license. Course 104N is U.S. Coast Guard-approved for candidates seeking their “Six Pack,” or Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel (OUPV) license, also known as the charter boat captain’s license. This license is for operation of uninspected vessels only.

The course is being offered from Aug. 6 to Aug. 18, and Nov. 26 to Dec. 8. Classes meet 5-9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays. Testing is Aug. 18 for the first course, and Dec. 8 for the second. Course cost is $799.

For more information, call 954-525-1014, email exams@mptusa.com, or visit mptusa.com.

Related Posts...
The crew of M/Y Indian Empress have been awarded almost Read more...
A proposal before the Auckland Council in New Zealand seeks Read more...
The U.S. Coast Guard ended the voyage of a vessel Read more...
Update Dec. 4 Captain sentenced in guest death in propeller Read more...
A subcommittee of the International Labor Organization will recommend that Read more...

Share This Post

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Please answer the question below to leave a comment. * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Editor’s Picks

Colors, carvings and curves worth the challenge in Papua New Guinea

Colors, carvings and curves worth the challenge in Papua New Guinea

Story and photos by Kevin Davidson Headhunters, warriors, spears, bows and arrows – ready for something different? Then join me on a …

Top Shelf: In charter season, a helper worth her weight in cake

Top Shelf: In charter season, a helper worth her weight in cake

Top Shelf: by Chef Tim McDonald Ask any sole charter chef what they want most for Christmas and I’ll bet you, sure as nuts, they will …

Sea Sick: Save severed finger with correct response

Sea Sick: Save severed finger with correct response

Sea Sick: by Keith Murray While working on a boat, there are many opportunities to lose a finger or two. Think hatches, winches, ropes, …

Triton networks with Maritime Marine

Triton networks with Maritime Marine

More than 220 yacht captains, crew and industry folks joined us for Triton Networking with Maritime Marine on the first Wednesday in …