NAVIGATIONAL RULES OF THE ROAD
Navigational Rules of the Road is an in-depth review of the COLREGS for International and Inland Navigation rules.
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USCG credentialing Rules of the Road exam is one of the most feared exams. But it does not have to be. We at Explorers Guide Maritime Academy have developed a course with 98% passage rate.
We teach the course the way adults learn with a clear explanation of the rules, easy to understand examples and mnemonics. This is not a memorize the questions course as there are over 1,500 question. In fact here is a link to the USCG Rules of the Road exam questions. You will be taking our National Maritime Center approved 50-question exam.
We will provide you with our custom Navigation Rules of the Road Book. Our mobile version of the rules of the road book with a copy of the official rules and 299 pages of USCG Rules of the Road test questions is available through Amazon.
This Rules of the Road course satisfies the requirements:
- Deck Watch Officer credentials for USCG
- Required exam for five year renewal of selected captain licenses
- Upgrade from Inland to Near Coastal route
- Meets requirements for Apprentice Mate (Steersman)
- Any applicant who has successfully completed your Rules of the Road (EXPLGU-431) course with a passing grade of at least 90% will EITHER satisfy the Rules of the Road Examination requirements for original issuance or renewal of any deck credential up to Master 200 Gross Registered Tons, Master or Mate of Fishing Vessels, and Apprentice Mate (Steersman) if presented within one year of the completion of training;
This online course, it offers a convenient alternative to classroom instruction. Mobile learning materials and a self-paced environment help you learn the information quickly and prepare for your proctored exam.
FOR USCG STAFF:} For USCG Staff: Please note following email dated 4/5/2012
Meets requirements for original issuance or renewal of any deck credential up to Master 200 Gross Registered Tons, Master or Mate of Fishing Vessels, and Apprentice Mate (Steersman) if presented within one year of the completion of training; OR receive 8 days sea service credit .
"Greetings, Office of Cutter Forces (CG-751) Admin, Policy & Standards Division (CG-7511) It appears that the issue is solved with the issuance of this letter back in October 2011. The indicated courses provided by Explorer's Guide Maritime Training meet the DWO requirements as set forth in the Coast Guard Deck Watch Officer Examination Program, COMDTINST 16672.5C........ Thank you, Regards, Dennis Thorseth (USCG Retired-USCGA Class of '75) Office of Cutter Forces (CG-751) Admin, Policy & Standards Division (CG-7511)
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For USCG Staff: Please note following email dated 4/5/2012