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    Hi Guys,

    I currently have a 200 Master of Near Coastal along with a route of pilotage.

    I am looking to upgrade to a 1600 ton Matster or Mate Inland license.

    What sea service requirements do I need for both licenses?

    What exams would I need to take?

    Thanks for your help.

    Pat
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    Go to www.uscg.mil/nmc. Then research it. There are checklists and all types of info for what you seek. Other wise you will get bombarded by smart asses like myself.
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    Default Re: 200 ton Master to 1600 ton Master or Mate Pathway

    James,

    The checklist you gave me was for an Oceans license. I am looking for an Inland license.

    Thanks,

    Pat

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    Default Re: 200 ton Master to 1600 ton Master or Mate Pathway

    Quote Originally Posted by PilotPat24 View Post
    James,

    The checklist you gave me was for an Oceans license. I am looking for an Inland license.

    Thanks,

    Pat
    Follow the advice in the other post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PilotPat24
    James,

    The checklist you gave me was for an Oceans license. I am looking for an Inland license.

    Thanks,

    Pat
    Its called searching. Its not hard, if you can't find it the you don't need it...
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    Ha! Your're Funny.
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    Ha! You're a moron for actually posting that comment about needing a checklist for an inland license as opposed to an ocean license.
    Let them who know not how to pray, go to sea.
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    Default Re: 200 ton Master to 1600 ton Master or Mate Pathway

    Why is that a moronicic question? I haven't taken a exams in over 15 years. I don't how the system or requirements work today. I'm sure the requirements between Ocean/Inland are much different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PilotPat24
    Why is that a moronicic question? I haven't taken a exams in over 15 years. I don't how the system or requirements work today. I'm sure the requirements between Ocean/Inland are much different.
    The NMC has the checklist for EVERY license needed. Just look!
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    Default Re: 200 ton Master to 1600 ton Master or Mate Pathway

    It is not hard to figure out how the system or requirements work today if you just put a little effort into it.

    Here's a start:

    http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=NMC+USCG+Checklists
    Let them who know not how to pray, go to sea.
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    Default Re: 200 ton Master to 1600 ton Master or Mate Pathway

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer69 View Post
    It is not hard to figure out how the system or requirements work today if you just put a little effort into it.

    Here's a start:

    http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=NMC+USCG+Checklists
    That's pretty funny, but when I investigated that website my virus scanning software activated and cleaned a threat.
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