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MASTER OF YACHTS COASTAL / MATE 200 TONS (POWER OF SAIL)
Master Of Yachts Coastal/Mate 200 Tons (Power Or Sail)
What does the Master of Yachts Coastal/Mate 200 Ton course consist of? A comprehensive live aboard course consisting of six days for sail or five days for power, which includes the practical on the water examination. The course covers subjects such as navigational charts and publications, dead reckoning and estimated position, position fixing, tides, tidal levels and data, pilotage, safety at sea, meteorology and much more.
Because the Master of Yachts Coastal course is conducted on board a yacht it also covers such practical seamanship skills as ropework, anchorwork, boat handling, docking, yacht presentation, navigation, passage planning and much more.
If you hold the master of yachts coastal/mate certificate you are qualified for work as:
Chief Mate of 500 ton vessel up to 60 nautical miles offshore
Chief Mate of 200 ton vessel up to 150 nautical miles offshore
The Master of Yachts Coastal/Mate 200 TON qualification covers the following based on the M.C.A Deck Manning Table for Commercially Operated Yachts up to 200 gross tons.